When is Dancing on Ice on TV?
Dancing on Ice’s live final airs this Sunday 11th March at 6pm on ITV.
Who’s still in Dancing on Ice?
There are just three celebrities heading into the final of Dancing on Ice: Jake Quickenden, Max Evans, and Brooke Vincent.
Who are the Dancing on Ice judges?
Mr Nasty himself Jason Gardiner has returned to the ice panel alongside former coaches on the show, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean.
Former Britain’s Got Talent winner and Diversity star Ashley Banjo is the fourth judge. At the time he was announced, the show’s host Holly Willoughby who said: “Ashley Banjo is going to be a great addition to the series. He’s a brilliant dancer and a brilliant choreographer. He was discovered on Britain’s Got Talent, and now he’s going to be our judge.”
Meanwhile, Ashley himself said: “This show feels like it’s embedded into society. I was really excited to be part of the revamp and the refresh. I’m going to be myself, be constructive, and just be ready for Jason! I’m going to be honest. If someone is great, I’ll tell them they’re great. If people need telling that it was bad, I’ll tell them.”
What have all the celebrities scored so far on Dancing on Ice?
Who topped the judges’ leaderboard each week and who was left languishing at the bottom? We’ve got all of the leaderboards from every week of Dancing on Ice right here.
Who’s been eliminated from Dancing on Ice?
Cheryl Baker on Dancing on Ice (ITV Pictures)
You can read the full list of eliminated Dancing on Ice celebrities here.
Who are the Dancing on Ice 2018 professionals?
Find out more about all the professional skaters here, from old favourites to new stars.
Who are the presenters of Dancing on Ice?
The show’s original hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield have both returned to the show.
The pair hosted the first six series of the show from 2006 to 2011, although Holly left and was replaced by Christine Bleakley in 2012.
Dancing on Ice (ITV)
Christine and Phillip then hosted the show together for a further three years before it was dropped by ITV in 2014.
Holly said: “I’m so excited to be returning to a show that I love so much! Working with Jayne and Chris is always such an honour and it’s even more special as it’s the show that Phil and I first worked on together. It’s full of wonderful memories and I can’t wait to make some new ones.”
Phillip added: “I’m often told how much people have missed Dancing on Ice, and with the show so fondly remembered, it’s exciting for us all to now have the chance to breath new life into the show, and of course spending an extra day of the week with Holly is the icing on the cake!”
Meanwhile Jordan Banjo, who was a participant in I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in 2016, is the show’s backstage digital host. Oh, and he’s also the brother of judge Ashley Banjo.
Dancing on Ice airs Sundays on ITV