Two past Olympic winners pair up random celebrities with professional skaters. The professionals - with some help from the Olympic winners - create dances on the ice as they go head to head for the chance to win.
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Phillip Schofield ...
Jayne Torvill ...
Christopher Dean ...
Karen Barber ...
Robin Cousins ...
Jason Gardiner ...
Tony Gubba ...
 Himself - Commentator 94 episodes, 2006-2013
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 Herself - Host / ... 78 episodes, 2006-2014
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 Himself - Judge / ... 73 episodes, 2006-2014
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 Herself / ... 58 episodes, 2007-2014
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Two past Olympic winners pair up random celebrities with professional skaters. The professionals - with some help from the Olympic winners - create dances on the ice as they go head to head for the chance to win.

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8 January 2006 (UK)  »

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Dancing on Ice: Christmas Special  »

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The celebrities train on average 20 hours per week on the ice. All celebrities start training three months prior to the live shows. See more »

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Referenced in Lorraine: Episode dated 25 October 2017 (2017) See more »

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Thin ice
5 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

Dancing on ice when it started was something a bit different. Two legendary Olympic skaters in Torvil and Dean training celebs to ice skate made for an interesting premise.

Now however after seven series you can't help but thinking this premise has run it's course. The celebs are getting more and more Z-list by the minute and all the tricks have been seen before. Even the changes to the judging panel haven't really boosted things. The first few series were entertaining because everything was fresh and new but now the rot has set in a little bit and unless ITV do something major to ramp up the interest or pay big money to get big name stars I can see the shows popularity waning further.


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