The Some Girls singer had been due to make her skating debut on Sunday night, but it was confirmed on Wednesday morning that she will be unable to perform.
A spokesperson said: â€œDue to an injury sustained in training and on the expert advice from the Dancing on Ice medical professionals, Rachel Stevens will not skate in this Sundayâ€™s show.
â€œWe look forward to her returning to the show next weekend.â€
According to The Sun, Rachel has fractured her wrist after a fall on the ice.
But the former S Club 7 star isnâ€™t the only member of the Dancing On Ice cast whoâ€™ll be missing from the studio during this weekâ€™s live show.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that Bez had tested positive for Covid, shortly after his first performance of the series.
He said: â€œIâ€™ve had a positive test. Iâ€™m gutted because Iâ€™m going to be missing training but Iâ€™m looking forward to skating on the show again for Week Three and Iâ€™ll be tuning in at home and cheering on my mates who are skating this weekend.â€
An ITV spokesperson added: â€œWe have stringent protocols in place to ensure the health and safety of all our contributors and staff which are routinely monitored and updated to reflect the current guidelines.â€
In Rachelâ€™s absence, just five celebrities will be skating on Sunday night, one of whom will find themselves in the dreaded skate-off against Lorraine presenter Ria Heben.
Dancing On Ice continues on Sunday night at 6.30pm on ITV.