Fans of Dancing On Ice will find out if Phillip Schofield will continue to host the ITV show “in due course.”
His future on the skating competition series was called into question when he left This Morning after accusations of a quarrel with co-star Holly Willoughby, 42.
According to reports, the formerly close friends were ‘barely communicating’ behind closed doors, and their relationship had degenerated.
While Phil, 61, subsequently stated the couple were still ‘best friends,’ Holly never publicly addressed the breakup reports, saying the This Morning couch ‘wouldn’t be the same’ without him.
In the days following Phillip’s farewell appearance on This Morning on Thursday, May 18, it has been reported that he and Holly have attempted to mend their friendship and have reached’something of a ceasefire.’
Despite alleged developments between the couple, it has not been determined if Phil will continue presenting Dancing On Ice with Holly.
An ITV spokesperson said: ‘Dancing On Ice isn’t due on ITV until January 2024 and the series is not currently in production.’
They also stated that they will make ‘additional announcements’ regarding the programme, including the presenting lineup, in ‘due course.’
While Phil’s future on Dancing On Ice is unknown, ITV indicated that they will continue to work with him once he left This Morning.
‘We look forward to continue our collaboration with Phillip, starting with The British Soap Awards in June and a fresh new peak time series to come,’ said Kevin Lygo, ITV’s general director of media and entertainment.