Megan Barton-Hanson reveals regret about 'cringey' feud with Dancing On Ice's' Vanessa Bauer over ex Wes Nelson

MEGAN Barton-Hanson has admitted she regrets her fallout with Dancing On Ice's' Vanessa Bauer.

The pair got embroilled in a "cringey" feud over Megan's ex Wes Nelson who Vanessa was accused of growing close to on the show.

Megan, 26, was livid when Dancing on Ice skater Vanessa Bauer announced she’d split from her boyfriend the night before her first performance with Wes.

Owning up to how she didn't think it through when she went public with their spat, Megan told fans: "Sometimes I react instantly and don't think about the consequences so there's a few things that make me cringe.

"But everything I've done I've learnt from so it's whatever."

She added: "Things you guys will know about that I mildly regret: The DOI instastory, that first PA after the break up. Took my shoes off and was a mess and a pap snuck in.

"Stealing Charlie's hamster after a night out."

Over the years Vanessa has been blighted by wild rumours that she’s been involved in several of her celeb partners' love splits.

Since joining the show in late 2017, Vanessa, 24, has been linked to three of her four dance partners, including 2018 partner Jake Quickenden and Love Island’s Wes Nelson in 2019.

Furious Megan ranted at the time: "Love that you decide to announce your break-up with your boyfriend on the night of your first performance with my boyfriend. 

"You've never reached out to me once or invited me to watch you train, it pained you to introduce yourself to me last night, you didn't even look me in the eye, LOL.

'Hope the tactical break-up got you the headlines you wanted babe @wesnelson."

She later admitted she was feeling “jealous and selfish” and was sick of Wes being “too tired” for her.

Vanessa was left bereft after being blamed for her skating partner Joe-Warren Plant’s split from girlfriend Nicole Hadlow.

A close source has dismissed the claims, however, stating the show itself is a huge strain.

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