Who will win Dancing On Ice 2019? Latest winner odds on finalists Wes Nelson, James Jordan and Saara Alto

DANCING On Ice 2019 is about to come to an end tonight with this year’s winner set to be crowned.

But with the final in just a few hours’ time, who do the bookies reckon is the favourite to win Dancing on Ice? Here’s everything you need to know.

Who will be the winner of Dancing On Ice 2019?
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What are the latest odds for the Dancing on Ice winner?

The GC herself skated her last performance on February 10.

Gemma followed Saira Khan, Didi Conn, Richard Blackwood and Mark Little off the ice.

Since then Jane Danson, Ryan Sidebottom and Melody Thornton and Brian McFadden

have also exited the show leaving just three contenders.

Based on the odds provided by Ladbrokes, here’s where the bookies will be placing their bets on the remaining contestants.

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Gemma Collins lost her place February, 10[/caption]

Who won Dancing On Ice last year?

Jake Quickenden was crowned the champion of Dancing On Ice 2018 in an intense final showdown against Brooke Vincent and Max Evans.

In an action-packed final, the pair won over fans and the judges with a series of stunning routines.

Speaking about the win, Jake, who has appeared in The X Factor and I’m A Celebrity, joked: “I might not have to do any more reality shows now!”


When is the Dancing On Ice 2019 final?

Dancing On Ice 2019 returns for it’s final TONIGHT (March 10, 2019), at 6pm on ITV.

The skating programme has proved a real hit with viewers since its return following a three-year break.

It initially ran from 2006 until 2014 and then returned in 2018.

Who are the Dancing On Ice hosts and judges?

Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby present the popular show.

The judging panel is skating champions Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean alongside Jason Gardiner and Ashley Banjo.

Karen Barber is the head coach.


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Bobby Norris backs Gemma Collins to win Dancing on Ice

OHMYGOSSIP — Bobby Norris says Gemma Collins can win ‘Dancing On Ice’ if the public “stay behind her”.
The 32-year-old reality star has backed his pal, who was in tears after getting a disappointing score of 13.5pts out of 40 on Sunday evening’s show (03.02.19), to go all the way on the ice skating series after she was saved in the public vote last night.
Speaking on Monday’s episode (04.02.19) of ‘This Morning’, Bobby said: “I think she’s gonna try and pull it out of the bag next week. She’s gonna be in full GC mode and every week I just can’t wait to see what her outfit is gonna be, what performance she’s gonna put on.
“I really think she can [win], she’s got a really good shot at it if the public stay behind her and, touch wood they do, like social media is always blowing up when she’s performed and yeah, I think she’s got a really good chance.”
Bobby – who has been on the ‘The Only Way Is Essex’ since 2012 – says Gemma was in a lot of pain following her tumble on the ice last month, and admits it was important she got her “confidence” back.
He added: “With Gem, when she puts her mind to something, she really wanted to do well. So from October, when she found out, she was down the rink six days a week and really was taking it seriously.
“I spoke to her this morning and she was so gutted and she cried because she knew she could have done better but she’s been in so much pain form the fall the week before and realistically it takes some confidence to get back on the ice after a fall like that. She’s a brave girl.
“I think it shows the public are really behind her, she literally could go out there and sit on the ice and she would still get votes because Gemma’s an entertainer and she might be at the bottom of the leaderboard but people are behind her, they are voting for her.”

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Who is presenting Dancing On Ice 2019?

DANCING on Ice is back for another series, following its successful return to TV after three years off the air.

Here is everything you need to know about whether Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield – who presented the reboot – will also be returning and who’s joining them backstage?

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Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield will return to present the programme
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Who are the hosts and the judges for Dancing On Ice?

Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby will be returning to host the popular show.

Speaking on This Morning, Phillip said: “We can exclusively reveal that our other show, Dancing On Ice has been re-booked, recommissioned for another series so we will be back next year.”

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.

The location of the show has also moved as it is now based at Bovingdon Airfield in Hemel Hempstead – although there are rumours that the studio is haunted.

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Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean will return to the rink on Dancing On Ice
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What about the backstage rink?

The show has gone through a bit of a shakeup backstage as Ashley’s brother Jordan Banjo will not be returning to host the backstage segment.

“Jordan was brilliant, but there have been changes to his schedule that mean he’s unavailable to film next year, so he’ll be axed from the format,” says the source.

Ale Izquierdo, who skated with Max Evans in this year’s show, won’t return, neither will Melody Le Moal, who was partnered with Lemar.

“Show bosses are bringing in new professionals to shake things up.”


Who is the new Dancing on Ice head coach?

Karen Barber has landed the role of head coach and will be reunited with Jason Gardiner seven years after their heated on-air row.

A source said: “There is no love lost between the two of them, and there’s bound to be fireworks. In the past, he’s reduced her to tears.”

A start date for Dancing On Ice 2019 has not been officially announced however the full line-up has been confirmed including the likes of Gemma Collins and Wes Nelson.

Last year, former X-Factor singer and reality star Jake Quickenden won with professional partner Vanessa Bauer.


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First look at Dancing On Ice fiery group performance as the celebs take the rink

THE first pics from the show have been revealed and the stars and professionals are lighting up the rink with their skills in the group performance.

Clad in extensive amounts of sequins and tassels, the photos show all the skaters together in what looks to be an illuminating performance.

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Alex Murphy is back on the ice after reaching the semi-finals with Love Island Kem Cetinay last year[/caption]

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The group skate will be the first time viewers will see any of the celebs on the ice[/caption]

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The celebrities and their skating partners danced around a huge drum as they were circled by a ring of fire[/caption]

Fans of the show have been eagerly awaiting the start of the new series since the line-up was revealed last year.

Dancing On Ice bosses have made a number of big changes to the new series, including two new dancers and a revamp to the studio – after it was plagued with sound issues.

Host Phillip Schofield gave fans a sneak peek behind-the-scenes on his usual show, This Morning.

Speaking to hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, the 56-year-old said: “Happy New Year! It’s only right and proper that my first bit of TV I do after Christmas and New Year should be with you guys in This Morning.”


 

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The professionals and their celebrity partners pulled out all the stops for the opening number of the show[/caption]

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Hamish Gaman and his partners set the ice on fire with their stunning performance[/caption]

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Hamish and fellow pro Brandee Malto race through the ring of fire[/caption]

Panning round to give a full view of the studio and ice rink, the presenter told the hosts that they had a “brand new rink”.

He said: “It’s more substantial than it was last year, you may remember, we had a rattling problem with the howling winds, so we’ve rebuilt the studio.

“The studio audience has a capacity of 530 so it’s bigger than it was last year.”

Bookies have already picked their favourites to win the show with ex-Pussycat Doll Melody Thornton, 34, coming out on top.

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Newcomer Carlotta Edwards looked delighted to be part of the group performance[/caption]

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The pro skaters lead the way as the celebrities look on from behind them[/caption]

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Slyvain Longchambon busts out the moves on the ice[/caption]

ITV’s Dancing on Ice begins on Sunday 6 January 2019 at 6pm.

 


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Dancing with wolves (nearby): a wild New Year’s Eve in Canada

At an eco-lodge in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, New Year’s Eve is celebrated around a campfire, surrounded by snow, endless forest and wolves

“Hello,” I called. “Anyone there?”

I was beginning to lose hope I’d ever find the Algonquin Eco-Lodge. It was as dark as a coal mine on the thickly wooded trail, the temperature around -25C. A sign about 15 minutes back said it was a 2.5km walk from the parking lot. There had been a few forks in the path and now I thought I might have taken a wrong turn. My phone had no signal – par for the course in Ontario’s Algonquin Provincial Park, thousands of square kilometres of wilderness 234km south-west of Ottawa and 18km from the nearest town. Fortunately, I was dressed for the occasion — ski pants over long underwear, thermal socks, proper winter boots, and several layers under my jacket.

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Who will win Strictly Come Dancing 2018? Latest odds and predictions for this year’s winner

STRICTLY has reached the halfway point with the celebs twirling around the famous Blackpool dancefloor.

Here are the latest odds and predictions on who could win the 2018 series…

Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly once again host Strictly Come Dancing

What are the latest winner odds for Strictly Come Dancing 2018?

Stacey has consistently been the favourite win but the second place dancer has been a toss up week to week between Joe and Faye.

Here are the latest odds on who will clinch the famous Glitterball Trophy as supplied by Ladbrokes

Who won Strictly Come Dancing last year?

Last year Joe McFadden won the glitterball.

The former Holby City actor was paired with professional dancer Katya Jones and beat other finalists Alexandra Burke, Gemma Atkinson and Debbie McGee.

The final was watched by 13.1million viewers at its peak, with an average audience of 11.6million.

McFadden, who won the public vote, was the oldest champion of the show, at age 42.


 

What does the winner of Strictly Come Dancing get?

Most importantly the winner gets the coveted Glitterball trophy. 

However, each star also gets £25,000 for signing up.

If they manage to stay on the dance floor until the end of October this rises to £40,000.

Any star that makes it to the quarter finals their fee jumps to £60,000.

Those who make the Semi-Finals see their fee climb to £75,000.

While the Strictly winner will be paid £100,000.


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Katie Piper leaves Strictly Come Dancing

OHMYGOSSIP — Katie Piper has left ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.
The 35-year-old philanthropist and her professional partner Gorka Marquez was booted out of the competition on Sunday night (14.10.18), losing out in the dance off to Charles Venn and Karen Clifton.
Speaking after her exit, she said: “I have taken a lot from this experience and it has all been really positive, and I’ll never forget this journey. Charles was the better dancer out of us two and there are some brilliant dancers in this competition and sadly I don’t think I was one of them! But I have had a great experience you know and I feel really privileged to have been here and thanks for your advice and thank you [Gorka] for all the hours! One thing as well all the public not just the audience here but the general public have been so supportive online and have voted for me the other weeks so I feel thrilled to have been here for four weeks. So thank you to everyone.”
Whilst Gorka added: “Well first of all thank you, for being such a wonderful human because you know everyone knows how much you have been through and everything but to get the chance to know you and be working with you and get to know how strong you are, how always wanting to be better and improve. For me that’s my lesson and what I learnt from you.”
Katie and Gorka performed their Jive to ‘Why Do Fools Fall In Love’ once again, with all the judges Craig Revel Horwood, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Shirley Ballas opting to save Charles and Karen.
‘Strictly Come Dancing’ returns on Saturday night (20.10.18).

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