The show has yet to confirm the official line up, but bookies are already taking bets on those rumoured to be competing.
Also tipped to do well are Olympians Beth Tweddle and Luke Campbell, while former X Factor winner Shayne Ward and Pamela Anderson can both be backed with 6/1 odds.
Twelve celebrities will be competing in the new series and it seems like the bookies don't have much faith in some of them.
After breaking his arm and being forced to quit the last show earlier this year, Keith Chegwin is a 16/1 punt, while telly host Anthea Turner is at 20/1.
But it's MP Oona King who is the true outsider, at 33/1 to win the show.
Dancing On Ice 2013 starts on January 6 on ITV1.