Dancing On Ice 2019: See celebrities in training for tonight's live show

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Here's a first look at Dancing On Ice 2019 this weekend as celebrities train for their fourth live performance.

It was Didi Conn & her pro partner Lukasz Rozycki who were voted off Dancing On Ice 2019 last weekend, after the skate off against Saara Aalto & pro skater Hamish Gaman.


Now nine celebrities remain competing on Dancing On Ice.

Once again they will all be performing live for viewer votes and the judges marks.

It's a brand new routine for all and you can get a first look at them in training below...

All nine will take to the ice with their pro partners to perform for the fourth time on Sunday in what will be a fairytale themed show.

At the end of each skate, 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.

The two celebrities with the fewest combined judges' scores and viewer votes will face in the skate off.

They will dance again before the judges decide who to save.

This week, Jayne will act as head judge and have the casting vote in case of a tie.

Those left on the Dancing On Ice line up are reality star Gemma Collins, Coronation Street actress Jane Danson, Loose Women’s Saira Khan, X Factor favourite Saara Aalto, and Pussycat Dolls singer Melody Thornton.

Completing this year's line up were cricketer Ryan Sidebottom, Love Island’s Wes Nelson, Strictly Come Dancing dancer James Jordan and singer and presenter Brian McFadden.

Wes is currently the new favourite to win, eclipsing James as the pair fight it out for favouritism.


Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for bookies BoyleSports commented: “Despite the shift in frontrunners, Wes and James remain locked in a battle for clear favouritism with very little separating them at present. For now, Wes is more popular with punters and holds the largest liability in the book.”

Dancing On Ice 2019 continues Sunday night on ITV at 6PM.

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