VINCE NEIL Goes Down During Second 'Skating' Performance (Video)

MÖTLEY CRÜE singer Vince Neil suffered an awkward fall on the ice during his appearance on the latest episode of ABC's newest reality show, "Skating With The Stars". Sean Young and Denis Petukhov also became the first pair to be eliminated after receiving the lowest combined score from the first two performances, managing only 64 out of a possible 120 points.

According to Digital Spy, here's what the judges — Olympian Johnny Weir, skating commentator Dick Button and celebrity choreographer Laurieann Gibson — said about Vince's second performance:

Johnny: Says that he saw an "aura of intensity" when watching Vince as his musical knowledge has come in handy. However, urges him to concentrate on "basic skating" due to the fall Vince suffered during the performance. (Technical Merit: 3 / Artistic Impression: 6)

Laurieann: Calls Vince "masculine" and loves the drama and musicality of the performance. "Technically, the ice skating was bad, but just for the artistic side, amazing!" (Technical Merit: 6 / Artistic Impression: 6)

Dick: Tells Vince not to worry about making mistakes but advises him to work on his skating skills. "I enjoy your personality on the ice and I'm having a great time watching you!" he adds. (Technical Merit: 4 / Artistic Impression: 5)

Total: 30/60

Watch video footage of Vince's second performance below.

The other contenders taking part in the competition are reality star Bethenny Frankel, Olympic gold medal skier Jonny Moseley, "All My Children" actress Rebecca Budig and Brandon Mychal Smith of the Disney Channel sitcom "Sonny With a Chance".

A new series from BBC Worldwide Productions, "Skating With The Stars" pairs celebrities with a world-class ice skater as they prepare to compete in front of a live audience in a televised ice skating competition. The skating pairs are critiqued by a panel of expert judges and receive a set of scores based on artistry and technique, and also by viewers at home, with one couple being eliminated each week.

"Skating With The Stars" kicked off its six-episode run with a live premiere episode on Monday, November 22 on the ABC television network.

"Skating With The Stars" is produced by BBC Worldwide Productions. Izzie Pick ("Dancing With The Stars" and the U.K.'s "Strictly Come Dancing") and Phil Edgar Jones ("Big Brother" and "Celebrity Big Brother") serve as executive producers. Paul Osborne ("I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!" and "Secret Millionaire") serves as co-executive producer. Alex Rudzinski ("Dancing With The Stars") directs.

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