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Olivia Attwood Fears For Fake Breasts During Synchronised Dive In The Games

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Olivia Attwood Fears For Fake Breasts During Synchronised Dive In The Games

Former Love Island contestant Olivia Attwood was left concerned one of her breast implants would end up ‘in the car park’ upon impact with water during Monday night’s The Games, which saw the star perform a synchronised dive with Strictly’s Kevin Clifton.

Attwood is currently taking part in the ITV show, hosted by Holly Willoughby, Freddie Flintoff and Alex Scott, and will face off against other famous faces in what’s being billed as ‘the sporting challenge of a lifetime’.

Attwood is currently taking part in ITV’s The Games. Credit: Alamy
Attwood is currently taking part in ITV’s The Games. Credit: Alamy

Addressing cameras before launching herself off the diving board, Attwood also said she was worried about her teeth popping out.

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She quipped: “I've got 20 veneers, fresh Botox and fake t**s. These are my second pair. I'll end up with one under my armpit and one in the car park."

Thankfully, all of the reality star’s body parts remained intact during the dive, and while herself and Clifton’s efforts didn’t rocket them to the top of the leaderboard, they did earn themselves a respectable score of 33.

The Games will run until 13 May, and other celebs taking part include The Wanted’s Max George, Harry Potter actor Josh Herdman, actor Ryan Thomas and model Phoenix Brown.

Taking to Instagram ahead of The Games’ airtime on Monday night, Attwood admitted training for the show had been ‘way tougher’ than she’d imagined. 

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Revealing she’d given up booze during training and even injured her shoulder, Attwood said: “The last couple of months have been wild. Way tougher than I ever imagined! 

Attwood admitted training for the show had been tough. Credit: Alamy
Attwood admitted training for the show had been tough. Credit: Alamy

“I knew returning to a sporting environment would be a weird one for me but I really unlocked some memories I didn’t even know I had. A torn rotator cuff, not a drop of alcohol, chlorine in my hair for the first time in years and just a few meltdowns later and it’s finally show day!”

Attwood, who is no stranger to the world of athleticism, concluded: “Now let’s hope this shoulder can hold up and I make you all proud.”

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Unbeknown to many, the reality show contestant was on her way to becoming an Olympic track star when she was a teenager, however overtraining led to a heart problem.

In a preview clip of The Games released last month and seen by MailOnline, Attwood broke down while talking to one of the show’s trainers, telling them: “My history with running is a bit sad. I used to run at national and county level – it's weird because some of the coaches here know some of my old coaches.

“I got to a high standard and I was one of those unfortunate cases with young athletes who got overtrained.”

She added: “I overtrained to the point where I was emaciated and I ended up with a swollen heart valve because we would run six days a week.”

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: TV and Film

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