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Myleene Klass has bravely admitted to miscarrying her baby while presenting on her radio show but decided to continue her show.

The former Hear'Say band member, who has been backed by Holly Willoughby to win Dancing On Ice, decided to keep the heartbreaking moment to herself and carry on with her job.

She called her friend Lauren Laverne and sobbed as songs were played, before having to speak again on the mic.

Speaking to You magazine, the 42 year old explained: "I was on air. I went to the loo while the music was playing and there was blood everywhere.

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"I didn't know what to do. I had one hour left of my show.

"Lauren said, 'Do one link, take a breath, come out and call me.' She got me through. I did the next link and called her. We counted the links.

"I would go out, sob and come back in, take a deep breath and speak," she emotionally revealed.

Myleene is mum to daughters Ava, 13, and Hero, none from her marriage to ex-husband Graham Quinn.

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The singer later went on to have four miscarriages as she struggled to have a child with now-fiance Simon Motson.

After going through a heartbreaking time to have a child together, the couple welcomed their son Apollo in 2019.

The television presenter is all set to take to the ice in tonight's first Dancing On Ice live show with skating partner Luasz Rozykci.

In October, Myleene took a break from rehearsals to update her followers about how things have been going for her on the ice.

The pianist, who previously debuted a chic new bob, said on her Instagram stories: "Ok, so I'm dishevelled because I've just come off the ice. Oh man, I've got the fear today!

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"I don't usually get this because I really think just paddle your own canoe, do not compare yourself to what anyone else is doing.

"But I found out today that whilst I'm trying to learn to stand, there's people who are working on jumps because it's only me and Denise [Van Outen] that are starting from scratch," she divulged.

"Everyone's been skating since they were kids… Oh my gosh. Anyway, I've got thee fear today."

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