Dancing On Ice’s 2021 line-up will apparently be looking as pale as the rest of us watching from home – after bosses banned spray tans.
The team are normally given the full glitzy makeover when they hit the ice-skating rinks, but in order to reduce people on the set over Covid fears, the tanner will no longer be available.
Instead, they’ll have to either figure out how to do the tanning themselves with home-made kits, or they will have to go without.
‘Every celebrity, and indeed pro skater, will be sent a big old supply so they can put it on at home,’ a source told The Sun.
‘But given they’re not exactly experts – especially some of the blokes – the make-up team on the show will fill any missed gaps.’
The regulation comes after crew numbers are restricted at the Hertfordshire studio after several members of the crew tested positive for coronavirus earlier this week.
Despite this, the show must go on – that is, if the contestants manage to remain relatively accident-free before their big debuts.
Several of the cast have been rushed to hospital this year already, starting with Rebekah Vardy accidentally splitting her dance pro’s head open.
On Tuesday, Graham Bell’s partner had to have an operation after he accidentally stabbed her in the shin so deep you could ‘see tendons’.
Most recently, Emmerdale star Joe-Warren Plant has admitted he’s struggling after a painful knee injury.
It’s not even the first episode yet!
Dancing On Ice launches Sunday at 6pm on ITV.
Credit: Original article published here.