Regardless of rumours that Dancing on Ice 2021 might be postponed following one other nationwide lockdown, ITV goes forward with the pairs coaching collectively in isolation.
Now in its thirteenth collection, the superstar skateathon is about to check the nerve of a brand new solid of well-known faces as they skid, pirouette and crash-land onto our screens on Sunday 17 January at 6pm. This Morning’s giggly duo Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield play host, whereas Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean return to the judging panel alongside John Barrowman and Ashley Banjo.
The contestants have been following a strict algorithm consistent with the federal government’s social distancing tips, coaching individually on native ice rinks and sustaining bubbles with their skilled skating companions. The present will look completely different too, with judges boxed in behind perspex screens and pairs saved aside backstage.
The checklist of opponents options actors, rappers, actuality stars and even… Rebekah Vardy.