Dancing on Ice's Gemma Collins will return to the rink for the final

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Gemma Collins will be returning to Dancing On Ice for the final, she has announced.

The reality star and her pro partner Matt Evers were eliminated from the show three weeks ago now.


But they're planning a special routine for the final next month.

Dancing On Ice's digital reporter Kem Cetinay told ITV's This Morning: "It is one of the most exciting series we've ever had, honest to God. I'm so excited to see what the final has to bring, and Gemma's coming back!"

Gemma took to Instagram to say herself: "Guys don’t worry .... despite all the rumours I’m definitely BACK for the FINALS. I wouldn’t miss it for the world

"Can’t wait to see who wins. GC will be skating one last time. See y’all next Sunday."

Gemma recently ruled out continuing to skate after the show, but thanked the series for improving her fitness.

"I won’t skate anymore but I will one hundred percent keep up with the fitness. I feel so much better," Gemma said. "I had three tyres around my middle and they’ve gone. I've lost two and a half stone, it just doesn’t go off my face."


She added: "I can tie my shoes now. I'm just feeling fit, climbing the stairs and feeling OK. I might take to the rink once a week, but for fun."

It was Pussycat Doll star Melody Thornton who left Dancing On Ice 2019 this week after the skate off against singer Saara Aalto.

Alongside Saara & pro partner Hamish, those left on the line up are singer Brian McFadden & pro skater Alex Murphy, Love Island's Wes Nelson & his pro partner Vanessa Bauer and former Strictly Come Dancing dancer James Jordan & his pro partner Alexandra Schauman.

Wes is currently the hot favourite to win the series after scoring the highest marks of the weekend. H

Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for BoyleSports commented: “Wes Nelson can do no wrong on the ice with our customers as they are uninterested in anyone else in the Dancing On Ice market. Even at his 4/6 odds, he is the punters pick to win.”


She added: “James Jordan does remain the second favourite, but at his current 9/4 odds he is no match for Wes at this late stage of the competition.”

Dancing On Ice continues Sunday nights on ITV.

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