What time is Dancing On Ice on TV tonight and who’s in the 2019 line-up?
DANCING On Ice 2019 has arrived – with a new series and new collection of celebs taking to the ice TONIGHT.
In 2019, the show was a big success as Jake Quickenden walked away with the title.
Dancing On Ice begins again for a new series tonightRex Features
When will Dancing On Ice 2019 start?
Dancing On Ice 2019 launched on January 6, 2019 and continues TONIGHT at 6pm on ITV.
Dancing On Ice proved a real hit with viewers since its return following a three-year break, after initially running from 2006 until 2014 and not returning until 2018.
Siobhan Greene, ITV’s Head of Entertainment Commissioning, said “The show’s welcome back has exceeded our expectations and it’s been fantastic to see the audience at home loving it.
“The recommission is a no brainer and it’s brilliant for everyone involved to know it’ll be back next year.”
The first episode airs at the same time as the news on BBC One and The Fifteen Billion Pound Railway on BBC Two.
The show has a line-up bursting with A-listersRex Features
Who will be in the Dancing On Ice 2019 line-up?
The full line-up for the 2019 series has been confirmed:
Who are the hosts and the judges for Dancing On Ice?
Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby will be returning to host the popular show.
The judging panel is also unchanged with the regular line-up of skating champions Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean alongside Jason Gardiner and Ashley Banjo.
However there has been a bit of a shake up as Ashley’s brother Jordan Banjo will not be returning to host the backstage segment and pro skaters Ale Izquierdo and Melody Le Moal will be replaced.
Karen Barber has landed the role of head coach and will be reunited with Jason seven years after their heated on-air row.
Who has won Dancing On Ice in previous years?
To date, there have been ten celebs that have won the Dancing on Ice crown – but who will win the title this year?
Well, 12 famous faces will be battling it out on the ice to follow in the footsteps of Beth Tweddle, Ray Quinn and Jake Quickenden, however, there can only be one winner.