ITV has announced the celebrity skaters taking part in the 13th series of Dancing on Ice.
Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby will once again host the proceedings, with John Barrowman joining the judging panel of Christopher Dean, Jayne Torvill and Ashley Banjo.
Here are the confirmed contestants.
Myleene Klass topped the UK singles charts twice as one fifth of the band Hear’Say, formed during ITV’s Popstars in 2001. Now a solo classical artist and TV and radio presenter, she has hosted shows including Popstar to Operastar, Loose Women and The One Show.
Will Myleene show her Klass in the rink?
Joe-Warren Plant stars as Jacob Gallagher in Emmerdale, having joined the series at the age of eight in 2010.
By far the youngest in the line-up, Plant will be hoping to out-skate his more experienced rivals.
Denise Van Outen
Best known for presenting ITV’s The Big Breakfast, actor and presenter Denise Van Outen has since performed on the West End and Broadway, and finished as runner-up in Strictly Come Dancing in 2012.
Ever-baring her competitive streak, Van Outen placed fifth in ITV’s The Masked Singer as ‘Fox’ earlier in 2020.
Faye Brookes played the mischievous Kate Connor in Coronation Street before leaving in 2019. She continues to co-principal at Fates Academy where she and her previous partner, Gareth Gates, teach children performing arts.
A star on the cobbles, now a potential star on the ice.
Jason Donovan was Scott Robinson in Neighbours before grabbing the mic for a career in music in 1988. In the UK he has sold over three million records and had four number one singles including “Especially For You”, his 1988 duet with fellow Neighbours co-star Kylie Minogue.
As a former Strictly bronze medallist, Donovan is one to watch.
Loveable Rogues’ Sonny Jay reached the finals of Britain’s Got Talent with the band in 2012.
He now presents the Capital Breakfast Show alongside Roman Kemp and Vick Hope.
Colin Jackson CBE
Colin Jackson is a former hurdling World Champion and Olympic silver medallist, and holds the current 60m hurdles world record. He now works in TV as an athletics commentator and presenter.
Having already appeared in Strictly Come Dancing in 2005, Jackson clearly has happy feet.
Former Olympic skier and broadcaster Graham Bell will take to the ice much easier than most, swapping his skis for skates and the slopes for the rink, but will he have the moves to match?
After a successful career in which he represented Great Britain at five Winter Olympics, he began working in television as a commentator before moving on screen as a presenter on multiple series, including the 2002 RTS Award-winning Ski Sunday.
Model, television personality and alleged Instagram snooper, it’s…Rebekah Vardy.
Vardy’s made multiple appearances as a guest panellist and presenter on Loose Women, as well as appearing on Good Morning Britain, Jeremy Vine and This Morning. She was also a contestant on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in 2017.
Rapper Lady Leshurr brushed her teeth and became a YouTube sensation, giving Elizabeth II a run for her money with her own Queen's Speeches.
A 2016 MOBO award winner for Best Female Act, her music videos have racked up hundreds of millions of views across all platforms, and earnt her an opening spot on the Birmingham leg (her hometown) of Nicki Minaj’s world tour.
Essex’s own Billie Shepherd made her TV debut on The Only Way Is Essex back in 2010, becoming a regular member in series two.
In 2014 she began juggling motherhood with her on-screen duties, and after leaving TOWIE in 2016, Shepherd and her sister Sam Faiers began merging the two in ITV reality series, The Mummy Diaries.
Release the Hound! Comedian, actor and presenter Rufus Hound left his job at Claire’s Accessories in 2000 for a career in stand-up and TV. He is best known for his roles in Hounded, Argumental and Celebrity Juice.
Having won the 2013 Strictly Come Dancing Christmas special partnered with Flavia Cacace, Hound is another favourite.
Dancing on Ice will air on ITV in 2021.