Dancing On Ice's Max Evans squeezes into PVC costume for latest performance


Max Evans leaves little to the imagination on Dancing On Ice this week.

In these backstage snaps, Max tries on some PVC costumes as they prepare for dress rehearsals.


However he's unlikely to be feeling the cold this evening as the competition heats up now in its sixth week.

Max and pro partner Ale Izquierdo will be skating to I Believe In A Thing Called Love by The Darkness as they try to impress both the judges and viewers.

Elsewhere, Donna Air and her partner Mark Hanretty go car racing after Christopher Dean's instructions last week to give their performance more 'va va voom.'

Max Ale

Max Ale

Bouncing back from her first appearance in the skate off, Donna hits the race track to get her head in the zone.


It was Cheryl Baker and Dan Whiston who were voted off Dancing On Ice 2018 last weekend, after the skate off against Donna and Mark.

Now eight celebrities remaining competing on Dancing On Ice for what will be 'Love' week tonight.

As always, at the end of each skate this evening, judges Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, Jason Gardiner and Ashley Banjo will mark the celebs out of 10.

Viewers will then get the chance to vote for their favourite before the two celebrities with the fewest combined judges' scores and viewer votes will face the skate off.

The couples remaining on the Dancing On Ice cast alongside Donna and Max are Alex Beresford and Brianne Delcourt, Kem Cetinay and Alex Murphy, Antony Cotton and Brandee Malto and Lemar and Melody Le Moal.

Doona and Mark


They're joined by Jake Quickenden and Vanessa Bauer, Max Evans and Ale Izquierdo and Brooke Vincent and Matej Silecky.

Jake is currently the hot favourite to win after topping last week's scoreboard, while Lemar is the favourite to go.


Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "It's getting to the business end of the competition and punters reckon if there's any justice Lemar will be axed this weekend."

Dancing On Ice 2018 continues Sunday night on ITV at 6PM.

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