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Tamzin Outhwaite bangs her head while trapped under the ice in Freeze The Fear


Tamzin Outhwaite was left needing medical treatment after banging her head on the ice during upcoming scenes on Wim Hof’s show, Freeze The Fear.

The actress, 51, was challenged to plunge into ice-cold waters while wearing a swimsuit and goggles and before taking the leap, she said: ‘Think about everything you’ve been through in your life, this is nothing compared to that.’ 

While submerged in the water, Tamzin had to pull herself along under the ice while holding onto a rope.

Terrifying: Tamzin Outhwaite was left needing medical treatment after banging her head on the ice during upcoming scenes on Wim Hof's show, Freeze The Fear

Terrifying: Tamzin Outhwaite was left needing medical treatment after banging her head on the ice during upcoming scenes on Wim Hof’s show, Freeze The Fear

Staying calm, she bravely plunged herself under the water and successfully pulled herself to the other side, however when she went to come up for air, she hit her head against the ice.

A shocked Holly Willoughby exclaimed: ‘She hit her head, she hit her head!’

Gasping for breath, Tamzin said: ‘Banged my head, I’m getting out’, while her co-stars looked on in worry.

Scared: A shocked Holly Willoughby exclaimed: 'She hit her head, she hit her head!'

Scared: A shocked Holly Willoughby exclaimed: ‘She hit her head, she hit her head!’

Dangerous: The actress, 51, was challenged to plunge into ice-cold waters while wearing a swimsuit and goggles and before taking the leap, she said: 'Think about everything you've been through in your life, this is nothing compared to that'

Dangerous: The actress, 51, was challenged to plunge into ice-cold waters while wearing a swimsuit and goggles and before taking the leap, she said: ‘Think about everything you’ve been through in your life, this is nothing compared to that’ 

Disorientated: The medical team were called over and escorted a shaken Tamzin away to get her looked over, while a concerned Holly and Lee look on

Disorientated: The medical team were called over and escorted a shaken Tamzin away to get her looked over, while a concerned Holly and Lee look on

She was hurriedly helped out of the water and wrapped up in a warm coat, before embracing Holly for comfort.

Still in shock, a disorientated Tamzin declared: ‘I might need to sit down’.

Holly quickly added: ‘I know I feel like that too, we’re going to get you checked out, okay and just make sure everything is okay.’

Underwater challenge: While submerged in the water, Tamzin had to pull herself along under the ice while holding onto a rope

Underwater challenge: While submerged in the water, Tamzin had to pull herself along under the ice while holding onto a rope

Fellow host Lee Mack chimed in to say: ‘Yeah that’s a nasty bump’. 

The medical team were called over and escorted a shaken Tamzin away to get her looked over, while a concerned Holly and Lee look on.

The terrifying ordeal comes as Tamzin revealed that the limit-testing show has created unbreakable bonds with her co-stars.

Taking the plunge: Staying calm, she bravely plunged herself under the water and successfully pulled herself to the other side, however when she went to come up for air, she hit her head against the ice

Taking the plunge: Staying calm, she bravely plunged herself under the water and successfully pulled herself to the other side, however when she went to come up for air, she hit her head against the ice

Worrying: She was hurriedly helped out of the water and wrapped up in a warm coat, before embracing Holly Willoughby for comfort

Worrying: She was hurriedly helped out of the water and wrapped up in a warm coat, before embracing Holly Willoughby for comfort

She also admitted that despite being ‘terrified’ of the experience, it gave her a newfound confidence.

During a chat with The Sun, Tamzin explained that going through the tough conditions together made her bond with co-stars instantly.

She told the publication: ‘Even though we only knew each other for three weeks, I feel like I know them, some of them, better than I know my oldest mates.’

‘When you go through an awful lot of trauma with people, there’s a bond there that’s quite unbreakable, I think,’ she continued.

Tamzin also explained that experience actually built her confidence, sharing: ‘I think my confidence came back when I was there.’

The actress appeared on the show alongside Strictly pro dancer Dianne Buswell, Gabby Logan. Patrice Evra, weatherman Owain Wyn Evans, singers Alfie Boe and Professor Green and Chelcee Grimes.

Bond: The terrifying ordeal comes as Tamzin revealed that the limit-testing show has created unbreakable bonds with her co-stars

Bond: The terrifying ordeal comes as Tamzin revealed that the limit-testing show has created unbreakable bonds with her co-stars

Showing the tight-knit bond of the group, Tamzin recently shared a slew of snaps from her time on the show to Instagram.

Describing her time on the show, she captioned: ‘To say this was a once in a lifetime experience feels like an understatement…’

The six-part show, presented by Holly and Lee, sees Dutch ‘Iceman’ Wim Hof put the eight contestants through a variety of emotionally and physically challenging activities in sub-zero conditions.

Full immersed into the experience, Tamzin and the other stars lived together in a tented village during the show, surrounded by spectacular, icy scenes of Northern Italy. 

Co-stars: The actress appeared on the show alongside Strictly pro dancer Dianne Buswell, Gabby Logan. Patrice Evra, weatherman Owain Wyn Evans, singers Alfie Boe and Professor Green and Chelcee Grimes

Co-stars: The actress appeared on the show alongside Strictly pro dancer Dianne Buswell, Gabby Logan. Patrice Evra, weatherman Owain Wyn Evans, singers Alfie Boe and Professor Green and Chelcee Grimes

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