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Series 8 - Episode 2
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At the time of writing, the celebrities have yet to take their first nervous steps out on to the ice, so we’ll hold back from making predictions. However, we reckon Keith Chegwin, who broke several ribs while training for last year’s show, and Joe Pasquale have got to be contenders for the 2013 Todd Carty award for bad bladework.
The bookies favour the Olympians (Beth Tweddle and Luke Campbell) as well as Samia Ghadie and Shayne Ward, but don’t have much faith in Cheggers, former Labour MP Oona King or Anthea Turner.
Following the elimination of Pamela Anderson last week, the contestants who did not perform in the opening show - Lauren Goodger, Luke Campbell, Anthea Turner, Joe Pasquale, Gareth Thomas and Oona King - take their chance to impress the public and the judges. Phillip Schofield and Christine Bleakley present the celebrity ice-dancing contest, with coaches Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean watching anxiously to see who will be skating to victory - and what the judges will have to say about their performances. The results are at 8.30pm.
Full Episode Guide
Dancing On Ice pros leave the series for "personal reasons"
Dancers Meg Marschall and Lloyd Jones, who have been romantically attached, will no longer be appearing on the show
Dancing on Ice 2018: Everything you need to know, from who the judges are to all the celebrity rumours
Dancing on Ice reveals 2018 professional skater line-up
Dancing on Ice confirmed celebrity line-up for 2018
Stephanie Waring completes the line-up for Dancing on Ice 2018
Olympian Perri Shakes-Drayton becomes latest Dancing on Ice contestant
TV presenter Donna Air joins Dancing on Ice line-up
Good Morning Britain weatherman Alex Beresford to do Dancing on Ice
Monty Panesar confirmed for Dancing on Ice 2018
Bake Off winner Candice Brown, reality star Jake Quickenden and rugby player Max Evans confirmed for Dancing On Ice
Love Island's Kem Cetinay joins Dancing on Ice 2018 line-up
Cheryl Baker is the second celebrity confirmed for Dancing on Ice 2018