Dancing on Ice 2022: Which celebrities are taking to the rink?

1/16/2022 10:36:00 AM

Dancing On Ice is returning to screens this weekend and its new stars have spoken of their fear and excitement ahead of hitting the rink.

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This year's show features a star-studded line-up that includes Coronation Street actress Sally Dynevor, Love Island’s Liberty Poole and Happy Mondays dancer Bez

Dancing On Ice is returning to screens this weekend and its new stars have spoken of their fear and excitement ahead of hitting the rink.

Judges Oti Mabuse, Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean and Ashley Banjo.US shoppers find some groceries scarce due to virus, weather “We’re selling everything you might expect: sleds, but also salt, shovels and firewood,” Wagler said from Abbeville Hardware on Friday.Express.Most companies driving deforestation are ‘failing to tackle problem’ Scientists say that ice disk form because of the river’s current and vortex under the ice, which cause ice sheets to spin and form a circle.

/ ITV The last series, which was won by Capital FM presenter Sonny Jay, took place amid the pandemic and saw a number of celebrities withdraw after being injured or testing positive. Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield are returning as hosts.6 centimeters) of ice or more on trees and power lines, which could lead to days without electricity. But who are the celebrities taking part this year? Here is the list. “Monday night, under this high with clear skies and no wind, there could be areas of low clouds and fog late at night and into Tuesday morning over southern England and a region from just north and west of London to the vicinity of Manchester will also see early morning temperatures just below freezing. Sally Dynevor ITV Coronation Street star Sally Dynevor is taking to the ice. Parts of Tennessee could get as much as 6 inches (15 centimeters) of snow, forecasters said, and northern Mississippi and the Tennessee Valley region of Alabama could receive light snow accumulations. The 58-year-old actress, who plays Sally Webster in the long-running ITV soap, confirmed the news on Lorraine. He added that the ice disk was a welcome distraction for the town of more than 20,000 “in the midst of this Covid-19 hell.

She has previously said appearing on the show is “the scariest thing I’ve ever done. By Friday, the fast-moving storm had already dropped heavy snow across a large swath of the Midwest, where travel conditions deteriorated and scores of schools closed or moved to online instruction. READ MORE:  Forecasters have urged Britons to brace for ice (Image: Getty) Wednesday will again bring a clear day for many across the nation all the way through until Friday (Image: Met Office).” Speaking to The Sun newspaper, she said: “I walked to base camp Everest, but that was with a team and I was on two feet. The other scary thing that I did for Prevent Breast Cancer was I cycled from London to Paris and I vowed that I wouldn’t do anything where I didn’t have two feet on the floor. A winter storm watch extended from just north of metro Atlanta to Arkansas in the west and Pennsylvania in the north, covering parts of 10 states including Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia Travel problems could extend into metro Atlanta, where about 2 inches (5 centimeters) of snow brought traffic to a slip-sliding halt in 2014, an event still known as “Snowmaggedon. I have two feet on the floor with this, but the ice is so slippery and that’s really scary. I’m pretty terrified of falling on the ice. “I think the pandemic has made people more anxious than normal,” he said.

The thought of it terrifies me. This is the scariest thing I’ve ever done. “Hopefully, the storm will underdeliver, but it could overdeliver.” She also said she wanted to be an “inspiration” to older women by taking on the challenge. Stef Reid ITV Track and field Paralympian Stef Reid was third to be confirmed as taking part on the show. Brian Kemp as he announced storm preparations. She said at the time: “I’m going to be picking up a new sport this winter and it comes with a little bit of showbiz.

I’m going to be a contestant on Dancing on Ice and it’s a little bit scary but I cannot wait!” Liberty Poole ITV Love Island star Liberty Poole is one of the celebrities taking to the ice. Gov. Poole, 21, said: “I ice skate as a hobby sometimes so I can get around the rink but I can’t do any tricks, no pirouetting or anything so I’m really looking forward to pushing myself and learning as much as I possibly can. Not just skating around the ice but actually dancing on ice. “There is a potential for very dangerous conditions caused by accumulations of ice and snow, which will likely result in power outages across the state,” he said. Bring it on!” Ria Hebden ITV Lorraine Kelly’s resident entertainment expert Ria Hebden has joined the 14th series. Hebden said: “It’ll be fun. Even volunteers pitched in to help as the city stepped up its normal schedule of preparing for winter weather, he said.

This is one of ITV’s most sparkly shows so when they asked me I was like, ‘Absolutely!’. We watch it at home. “We’ve checked the boxes. It will be brilliant to learn a new scary skill.” She added: “You’ve got to say yes to things that excite you, that are a little bit scary because that’s when the growth happens – I’m hoping so anyway!” Connor Ball ITV The Vamps star has been confirmed to be taking part. Roy Cooper signed an emergency order and the administration urged people to stay at home once the storm hits. He posted on Instagram to confirm the news: “I’ve never danced in my life BUT i’m gonna have to learn some moves cause i’m doing Dancing On Ice! EXCITED, NERVOUS, SCARED.

ALL THE ABOVE. “We just don’t have as many people to drive the trucks or operate the equipment,” said spokesman Marcus Thompson at the North Carolina Department of Transportation. AHHHHHH. Bez ITV Happy Mondays star Bez has signed up for the ice skating challenge. holiday, which could help reduce travel problems along with temperatures that are supposed to rise into the 40s. “At the moment it’s more like Bambi on Ice, not Dancing On Ice. How I got picked I don’t know because I was absolutely awful at the audition but they must have seen some potential in me!” he said about how rehearsals are going on This Morning.

“I’m looking forward to learning a new skill and I can’t wait for the Christmas ice rinks again and I can get on there and really show off.” His bandmate Shaun Ryder has said about Bez’s appearance: “It’s a happy Monday! Hope it’s not a black and blue Monday, mate. I’m here to wish you all the best and say ‘good luck fella’ for Dancing On Ice. Make sure you keep those maracas warm ‘cos it can get a bit cold!” Ben Foden ITV Rugby star Ben Foden will be taking to the ice, and could be a dark horse. “I used to skate a little when I was a kid,” he revealed recently.

“I’d go to ice discos when I was 15, 16 years old and you’d always see these kids that could do pirouettes that had a proper dancing background. I like the idea of learning a new sport and a new skill.” Kye Whyte ITV Olympic BMX star Kye Whyte - who won a sensational silver in Tokyo - is taking to the ice and has already said: “I’m feeling good” about the new sporting challenge. “I have [rollerskated] when I was younger so we’ll see how it goes,” he added. Kimberly Wyatt ITV Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt is also taking part and is paired with Mark Hanretty.

The American dancer and singer said she is “scared to death of getting injured” but wants to “test” her body as she turns 40. The 39-year-old said: “As a performer I am excited to test my body again and push it to its fullest extent, to get my legs going and make sure I’ve still got it. I’m turning 40 in February and what a brilliant way to bring in 40 – hopefully skating on ice.” Rachel Stevens ITV Former S Club 7 singer Rachel Stevens is also part of the line-up. In pre-show interviews, she has revealed she is “terrified” as her only experience on the rink is “wobbling around” at Christmas time with her children.

The star, 43, shot to fame as part of the chart-topping band between 1999 and 2003 and later embarked on a successful solo career. Stevens, who finished second on Strictly Come Dancing in 2008, told Hello! magazine: “I’m so excited – I can’t wait for it all to get started. It’s such a great team of people and I love my partner Brendyn Hatfield, so it’s all super-exciting but terrifying at the same time. Totally terrifying!” Brendan Cole ITV Former Strictly pro Brendan Cole is taking to the ice - and is paired with Vanessa Bauer. He told Loose Women: “I’m so, so excited.

It’s been a while coming now. I’ve known I’d be doing the show for quite some time and I want to get started, I’m so excited to be on the show. “I’ve had one go [on the ice]. I’m a fairly confident person and I like to think I’m going to be good at what I put my hand to or my feet to! I was thinking okay I’m going to be fine, I’m going to be out there and I was terrible. I was a bit wobbly.

You can expect to be a bit wobbly on ice but I was hoping I was going to be better than I was. I’ve got time to learn. I’m just going to embrace the whole experience and I’m very excited to get started.” Regan Gascoigne ITV The son of English footballer Paul Gascoigne has also joined the 2022 line-up. Regan is a trained dancer and said about taking part in the show: “Obviously I dance and love dancing but it’s the skill of this.

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Judges Oti Mabuse, Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean and Ashley Banjo.US shoppers find some groceries scarce due to virus, weather “We’re selling everything you might expect: sleds, but also salt, shovels and firewood,” Wagler said from Abbeville Hardware on Friday.Express.Most companies driving deforestation are ‘failing to tackle problem’ Scientists say that ice disk form because of the river’s current and vortex under the ice, which cause ice sheets to spin and form a circle.

/ ITV The last series, which was won by Capital FM presenter Sonny Jay, took place amid the pandemic and saw a number of celebrities withdraw after being injured or testing positive. Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield are returning as hosts.6 centimeters) of ice or more on trees and power lines, which could lead to days without electricity. But who are the celebrities taking part this year? Here is the list. “Monday night, under this high with clear skies and no wind, there could be areas of low clouds and fog late at night and into Tuesday morning over southern England and a region from just north and west of London to the vicinity of Manchester will also see early morning temperatures just below freezing. Sally Dynevor ITV Coronation Street star Sally Dynevor is taking to the ice. Parts of Tennessee could get as much as 6 inches (15 centimeters) of snow, forecasters said, and northern Mississippi and the Tennessee Valley region of Alabama could receive light snow accumulations. The 58-year-old actress, who plays Sally Webster in the long-running ITV soap, confirmed the news on Lorraine. He added that the ice disk was a welcome distraction for the town of more than 20,000 “in the midst of this Covid-19 hell.

She has previously said appearing on the show is “the scariest thing I’ve ever done. By Friday, the fast-moving storm had already dropped heavy snow across a large swath of the Midwest, where travel conditions deteriorated and scores of schools closed or moved to online instruction. READ MORE:  Forecasters have urged Britons to brace for ice (Image: Getty) Wednesday will again bring a clear day for many across the nation all the way through until Friday (Image: Met Office).” Speaking to The Sun newspaper, she said: “I walked to base camp Everest, but that was with a team and I was on two feet. The other scary thing that I did for Prevent Breast Cancer was I cycled from London to Paris and I vowed that I wouldn’t do anything where I didn’t have two feet on the floor. A winter storm watch extended from just north of metro Atlanta to Arkansas in the west and Pennsylvania in the north, covering parts of 10 states including Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia Travel problems could extend into metro Atlanta, where about 2 inches (5 centimeters) of snow brought traffic to a slip-sliding halt in 2014, an event still known as “Snowmaggedon. I have two feet on the floor with this, but the ice is so slippery and that’s really scary. I’m pretty terrified of falling on the ice. “I think the pandemic has made people more anxious than normal,” he said.

The thought of it terrifies me. This is the scariest thing I’ve ever done. “Hopefully, the storm will underdeliver, but it could overdeliver.” She also said she wanted to be an “inspiration” to older women by taking on the challenge. Stef Reid ITV Track and field Paralympian Stef Reid was third to be confirmed as taking part on the show. Brian Kemp as he announced storm preparations. She said at the time: “I’m going to be picking up a new sport this winter and it comes with a little bit of showbiz.

I’m going to be a contestant on Dancing on Ice and it’s a little bit scary but I cannot wait!” Liberty Poole ITV Love Island star Liberty Poole is one of the celebrities taking to the ice. Gov. Poole, 21, said: “I ice skate as a hobby sometimes so I can get around the rink but I can’t do any tricks, no pirouetting or anything so I’m really looking forward to pushing myself and learning as much as I possibly can. Not just skating around the ice but actually dancing on ice. “There is a potential for very dangerous conditions caused by accumulations of ice and snow, which will likely result in power outages across the state,” he said. Bring it on!” Ria Hebden ITV Lorraine Kelly’s resident entertainment expert Ria Hebden has joined the 14th series. Hebden said: “It’ll be fun. Even volunteers pitched in to help as the city stepped up its normal schedule of preparing for winter weather, he said.

This is one of ITV’s most sparkly shows so when they asked me I was like, ‘Absolutely!’. We watch it at home. “We’ve checked the boxes. It will be brilliant to learn a new scary skill.” She added: “You’ve got to say yes to things that excite you, that are a little bit scary because that’s when the growth happens – I’m hoping so anyway!” Connor Ball ITV The Vamps star has been confirmed to be taking part. Roy Cooper signed an emergency order and the administration urged people to stay at home once the storm hits. He posted on Instagram to confirm the news: “I’ve never danced in my life BUT i’m gonna have to learn some moves cause i’m doing Dancing On Ice! EXCITED, NERVOUS, SCARED.

ALL THE ABOVE. “We just don’t have as many people to drive the trucks or operate the equipment,” said spokesman Marcus Thompson at the North Carolina Department of Transportation. AHHHHHH. Bez ITV Happy Mondays star Bez has signed up for the ice skating challenge. holiday, which could help reduce travel problems along with temperatures that are supposed to rise into the 40s. “At the moment it’s more like Bambi on Ice, not Dancing On Ice. How I got picked I don’t know because I was absolutely awful at the audition but they must have seen some potential in me!” he said about how rehearsals are going on This Morning.

“I’m looking forward to learning a new skill and I can’t wait for the Christmas ice rinks again and I can get on there and really show off.” His bandmate Shaun Ryder has said about Bez’s appearance: “It’s a happy Monday! Hope it’s not a black and blue Monday, mate. I’m here to wish you all the best and say ‘good luck fella’ for Dancing On Ice. Make sure you keep those maracas warm ‘cos it can get a bit cold!” Ben Foden ITV Rugby star Ben Foden will be taking to the ice, and could be a dark horse. “I used to skate a little when I was a kid,” he revealed recently.

“I’d go to ice discos when I was 15, 16 years old and you’d always see these kids that could do pirouettes that had a proper dancing background. I like the idea of learning a new sport and a new skill.” Kye Whyte ITV Olympic BMX star Kye Whyte - who won a sensational silver in Tokyo - is taking to the ice and has already said: “I’m feeling good” about the new sporting challenge. “I have [rollerskated] when I was younger so we’ll see how it goes,” he added. Kimberly Wyatt ITV Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt is also taking part and is paired with Mark Hanretty.

The American dancer and singer said she is “scared to death of getting injured” but wants to “test” her body as she turns 40. The 39-year-old said: “As a performer I am excited to test my body again and push it to its fullest extent, to get my legs going and make sure I’ve still got it. I’m turning 40 in February and what a brilliant way to bring in 40 – hopefully skating on ice.” Rachel Stevens ITV Former S Club 7 singer Rachel Stevens is also part of the line-up. In pre-show interviews, she has revealed she is “terrified” as her only experience on the rink is “wobbling around” at Christmas time with her children.

The star, 43, shot to fame as part of the chart-topping band between 1999 and 2003 and later embarked on a successful solo career. Stevens, who finished second on Strictly Come Dancing in 2008, told Hello! magazine: “I’m so excited – I can’t wait for it all to get started. It’s such a great team of people and I love my partner Brendyn Hatfield, so it’s all super-exciting but terrifying at the same time. Totally terrifying!” Brendan Cole ITV Former Strictly pro Brendan Cole is taking to the ice - and is paired with Vanessa Bauer. He told Loose Women: “I’m so, so excited.

It’s been a while coming now. I’ve known I’d be doing the show for quite some time and I want to get started, I’m so excited to be on the show. “I’ve had one go [on the ice]. I’m a fairly confident person and I like to think I’m going to be good at what I put my hand to or my feet to! I was thinking okay I’m going to be fine, I’m going to be out there and I was terrible. I was a bit wobbly.

You can expect to be a bit wobbly on ice but I was hoping I was going to be better than I was. I’ve got time to learn. I’m just going to embrace the whole experience and I’m very excited to get started.” Regan Gascoigne ITV The son of English footballer Paul Gascoigne has also joined the 2022 line-up. Regan is a trained dancer and said about taking part in the show: “Obviously I dance and love dancing but it’s the skill of this.

I’ve always wanted to do it. Always! Ever since I was a kid!” MORE ABOUT .