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Dancing on Ice's Brian McFadden marks daughter's 16th birthday with proud photo

Lily-Sue is his youngest daughter

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Dancing on Ice star Brian McFadden shared a photograph of his youngest daughter Lily-Sue, as she prepared to celebrate her 16th birthday over the weekend. The former Westlife singer uploaded the sweet picture on Saturday and captioned it: "I can’t believe my little baby is turning 16 tomorrow!!!! I’m so proud of the wonderful lady you’ve turned into. I love you sweetheart xxxxxx." The cute photo showed them both pulling faces together in a selfie pose, and it was 'liked' by Dancing on Ice co-star Gemma Collins and his skating partner Alex Murphy.

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Fans have been quick to point out that Lily-Sue is the spitting image of her mum - Brian's ex-wife, Kerry Katona. One wrote: "16!!!! She’s just like her mamma when she started Atomic Kitten! 16! Amazing. Happy bday." Another wrote: "She looks exactly like her Mum at that sort of age!! Wow." And a third joked: "God I feel old I remember when she was born and you were in Westlife." Brian has another daughter with Kerry, 17-year-old Molly, and both girls have been down to the DOI studio to sit in the audience and watch their dad on the ice.

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Ahead of Sunday night's live episode, there has been a Dancing on Ice injury involving another contestant. Coronation Street star Jane Danson had to be carried off in a stretcher during a rehearsals, with an ITV spokesman revealing to The Sun: "Jane fainted earlier today on the ice during a rehearsal for this evening's live show. She has been assessed by the show medics and is now resting ahead o the performance." While it is unknown whether Jane will be well enough to take part in the show, the rep continued: "This evening all of the celebrities take to the ice to perform in Fairytale week."

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