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When does Dancing On Ice 2021 start?

It’s almost time for the celebs to get their skates on as Dancing on Ice 2021 is due to kick off soon.
Despite the challenges created by the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown 12 celebrities are still set to bring some much-needed sparkle to Sunday nights, and to see if they have what it takes to impress the judges and take home a shiny trophy at the end of all.

As the countdown to the start of the season keeps ticking away, here’s what you need to know about where and when you can tune in…

When does Dancing on Ice start?

Dancing on Ice 2020 is set to kick off on Sunday, January 17.

The first episode will be broadcast on ITV from 6pm until 8pm.

This year, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield are coming back to present, and Olympic gold medal-winning skaters Christopher Dean and Jayne Torvill will be returning to the judging panel along with dancer Ashley Banjo.

Doctor Who alum and all-round gem John Barrowman will also once again be on the panel after replacing Jason Gardiner last year.

Here are the skating couples you’ll be watching on this year’s series:

  • Faye Brookes and Hamish Gaman
  • Myleene Klass and Lukasz Rozycki
  • Lady Leshurr and Brendyn Hatfield
  • Billie Shepherd and Mark Hanretty
  • Denise Van Outen and Matt Evers
  • Rebekah Vardy and Andy Buchanan
  • Graham Bell and Yebin Mok
  • Jason Donovan and Alexandra Schauman
  • Rufus Hound and Robin Johnstone
  • Colin Jackson and Klabera Komini
  • Sonny Jay and Angela Egan
  • Joe-Warren Plant and Vanessa Bauer

Dancing on Ice 2020 begins Sunday at 6pm on ITV.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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