Mark, 59, was voted off Dancing On Ice when he performed against cricketer Ryan Sidebottom, 41, at the weekend, having performed his routine with partner Brianne Delcourt, 37, the week before.
However since his exit, Mark has spoken out about his fellow ice skating stars, revealing the 12 celebrities are split into two groups backstage.
The divide is not due to bad tensions however, as Mark explained the celebrities who performed first spent more time with each other than those who made their debut during the second live show.
Mark told The Mirror: “Everyone really! It’s a really nice cast.”
“We’re sort of split into two groups so we saw our group more than the other group. Jane Danson and Didi Conn and Saara [Alto] are really nice folk.”
As well as praising his co-stars, the former Neighbours actor also went on to speak about the professional ice skaters.
“The professional skaters are charming people, hard-working people. They’re really generous with their advice and their talent… just amazing.”
One viewer wrote on Twitter: “The judges are obviously watching a different show than me. That’s fine. #DancingOnIce.”
“The entire studio – that massive studio with all of those people involved – were all standing there waiting.”
However, the trio went on to discuss what happened this weekend as Kem revealed Gemma had gone missing half an hour before the end of the live show.
After verifying Gemma had gone home, Holly commented: “I love Gemma, I’m a big fan of hers and I love her on the show.
“But I do think there has to be a bit of professionalism that comes into any work you do, just a bit of pride in your work.”
Explaining how the “GC” character of Gemma’s persona was the reason she left, Holly added: “I love that side of her but professionalism will always outweigh any of that diva behaviour.”