Watch Dancing On Ice stars in training for the final tonight

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Here's a first look at Dancing On Ice 2019 tonight as celebrities train for their final live performances.

It was Brian McFadden who was voted off Dancing On Ice 2019 last weekend in the latest elimination.


Now three celebrities remain competing on Dancing On Ice.

Once again they will all be performing live for viewer votes tonight and at the end, one will be crowned the winner.

The trio of couples will each skate twice, including in a routine choreographed by Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean.

One will then be eliminated before the top two take to the ice with a Bolero routine.


As usual, at the end of each skate, judges Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, Jason Gardiner and Ashley Banjo will offer their opinions.

But this week there will be no skate off as viewer votes alone determine the results.

The couples remaining on the Dancing On Ice cast are Wes Nelson & Vanessa Bauer, James Jordan & Alexandra Schauman and Saara Aalto & Hamish Gaman.

James goes into the final as the odds-on favourite to win.

Wes, who was tipped as the unstoppable 4/9 favourite at before last weekend’s semi-final performances, has suffered a drastic and possibly debilitating drift out to 6/4 second favouritism.

Sarra Alto escaped yet another skate off after Brian McFadden’s unfortunate fall in his bottom two routine saw him sent packing. However, the X Factor runner-up will go into the final as the firm 16/1 outsider to win.

Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for BoyleSports commented: “It looked as though the Dancing On Ice title was Wes Nelson’s and the final was going to be more of a formality as he headed into the semi-finals as the 4/9 favourite.


"But after James Jordan pulled off a perfect score of 80 for his two performances, punters rallied to snap up his odds and our traders had no choice but to slash him into the new 4/7 favourite.”

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

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