Here's your full look at the Dancing On Ice 2019 celebrities and their pro partners on the new series.
The greatest show on ice is back, as Dancing on Ice returns to ITV for a brand new series on Sunday nights.
Twelve celebrity skaters will be taking to the ice in a blaze of glory as each week they go head to head in a bid to become champions of the ice.
The competing celebrities on the Dancing On Ice 2019 line up include reality sensation Gemma Collins, Coronation Street actress Jane Danson, Loose Women’s Saira Khan, X Factor favourite Saara Aaalto, Grease legend Didi Conn and Pussycat Dolls singer Melody Thornton,
Joining them are dancer James Jordan, singer and presenter Brian McFadden, actor and comedian Richard Blackwood, cricketer Ryan Sidebottom, Love Island’s Wes Nelson and Neighbours star Mark Little.
Once again the celebrities will be paired with professional partners, and their quest for success will be overseen by skating legends Torvill and Dean, who head up the judging panel. They'll be joined by Ashley Banjo and Jason Gardiner.
The celebs will be split into two groups for their first performances, with six couples performing each Sunday night.
Those who performed in week one were Didi Conn & Lukasz Rozycki; Gemma Collins & Matt Evers; James Jordan & Alexandra Schauman; Jane Danson & Sylvain Longchambon; Mark Little & Brianne Delcourt and Saara Aalto & Hamish Gaman.
Skating for the first time this weekend will be Brian McFadden & Alex Murphy; Melody Thornton & Alexander Demetriou; Richard Blackwood & Carlotta Edwards; Ryan Sidebottom & Brandee Malto; Saira Khan & Mark Hanretty and Wes Nelson & Vanessa Bauer.
Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby will present the show live every week, as one celebrity heads home after a combination of viewer votes and scores from the judging panel.
Last year saw the show make a celebrated return, with singer Jake Quickenden and his partner Vanessa Bauer lifting the ice trophy. Who will be crowned the Dancing On Ice champion of 2019?
Dancing On Ice's new series airs Sunday nights at 6PM on ITV.