Let's hope this spells an end to the frosty feud!

It’s been a frosty few days for the Dancing on Ice cast, following some off-rink drama between Wes Nelson’s professional partner and his Love Island girlfriend Megan Barton-Hanson.

Earlier in the week, 24-year-old Megs took a direct swipe at Wes’ skating partner, 22-year-old Vanessa Bauer – claiming the pro had ‘tactically’ announced her break-up before the first performance with Wes in order to secure headlines.

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Having deleted the public Instagram message, viewers were left wondering exactly what went down between the duo – especially after Vanessa appeared to hint at ‘winning the fight’ on her own Instagram story just a day later.

However, Megan has now cleared up any unanswered questions surrounding the apparent bad blood during an exclusive interview with The Sun.

Highlighting the initial issue, Megan explained: ‘It’s funny or a coincidence that Vanessa’s break-up came out the night they performed, she clearly wanted to get more hype around their performance.

‘She knows the score; she did the show last year…She knows questions are going to be asked about her and Wes and me being worried about them spending time together.’

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Addressing her very public reaction, Megan defended herself against some of the backlash received.

‘I’m not going to backtrack. I was riled up, I let my passion and anger get the better of me but there’s no manual,’ Megan added.

Megan then added that she hopes to move forward from the fiasco, explaining: ‘I want her to reach out to me. I’ve had no communication with her for the past three months. I’m not jealous; it is just a lack of respect.

‘It has always been a trait of mine to be brutally honest. I’m only human and there’s only so much I can put up with when I’ve sat there and supported them but I get picked apart. I can’t win. It wasn’t professional or classy but I am only human.’

An end to the frosty feud? We’re hoping so!