LGBT rights advocate Vogue Williams has become The Jump‘s first casualty as the star leaves the competition after a knee injury.

Left to Right – Gareth Thomas, Caprice Bourret, Jade Jones MBE, Lydia Bright, Kadeena Cox MBE, Spencer Mathews, Sir Bradley Wiggins, Vogue Williams, Robbie Fowler, Mark Dolan, Louis Smith, Emma Parker-Bowles, Josie Gibson and Jason Robinson OBE

The Jump is fast becoming TV’s most dangerous show with series after series leaving some of its contestants with injuries. This season has just claimed its first victim in the form of Vogue Williams, who has left the show following a knee injury whilst training for the ski cross – even before the first episode has aired.

On Instagram, Williams said,

“So disappointed to be out of The Jump this year. I’ve had such an amazing time and met the best people whilst learning such a cool skill. My knee will heal and If the show comes back next year I’ll be in it to win it.”

Signed By Katie Price star, Amy Willerton is due to take her place.

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The Jump will launch at 7.30pm on Sunday, February 5 on Channel 4.