There's already been drama on the slopes behind the scenes

The Jump is a programme that’s never far from controversy and there’s already been drama before the show has even hit our screens.

Vogue Williams has quit the skiing competition just days ahead of the debut episode due to injuring her knee in a bad fall whilst training.

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Not only that but the model is also facing rumours that she’s been caught up in a messy love triangle with fellow contestants Spencer Matthews and Jade Jones. AWKS.

It was revealed on Thursday night that Vogue, 31, was upset to have to pull out of the competition following her accident, with a source telling The Sun: ‘Vogue is absolutely devastated.

‘She was so looking forward to taking part and has been training religiously. She’s one of the most competitive of the group and was in with a real chance of winning.

‘But she fell very heavily during the ski cross training and really hurt her knee and on doctor’s orders she has had to pull out.’

Meanwhile it’s been reported that Vogue has been getting close to Made In Chelsea star Spencer – but was irked to discover that he’d also been seeing Olympic taekwondo star Jade.

‘To say things were awkward is a massive understatement,’ an insider at the show tells the Mirror. ‘Vogue wasn’t happy when she found he got together with Jade.

‘It’s the talk of the training camp and has created a bit of an atmosphere.

‘Spencer is taking things to another level. It’s more akin to an 18-30s holiday than a TV competition.’

Yikes. Spencer, 27, hasn’t commented on the rumours but shared a touching message about Vogue with his Twitter followers after news of her early exit.

‘Honestly heartbreaking… Amazing moments shared on this fun journey. A true friend,’ the reality star wrote.

Both Vogue and Jade, 23, have also kept quiet about the gossip.

But if the rumours ARE true then things could remain awkward on the slopes as Vogue is planning to stick around even though she can’t take part.

‘im all good be home soon, wanna stay for the shows,’ the Irish star Tweeted. She’s also vowed to compete in the 2018 show if she can.

In the meantime former I’m A Celebrity contestant Amy Willerton will step in to take Vogue’s place when the series kicks off on Sunday 5 February at 7.30pm on Channel 4.