The Dancing On Ice 2013 celebs will get a chance to save themselves from elimination if they're in the bottom two this year.
In a new twist to the format, the bottom two skaters after the public votes have been counted will be given the chance to perform again.
But rather than simply reprising their earlier performance routine, they'll instead perform a new routine, choreographed by themselves to their own choice of music.
Think of it as The X Factor's 'Save Me' song... but on ice.
Show coaches Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean made the announcement at the show's press launch in London today, where all of the show's contestants donned their outfits ahead of Sunday night's first live show.
Meanwhile, Ladbrokes have made Beth Tweddle is the red-hot favourite with Ladbrokes to win Dancing On Ice.
The Olympic gymnast finds herself in the gold medal position as the 9/4 favourite for skating glory, with Matt Lapinskas (7/2) and Samia Ghadie (9/2) her closest rivals. Shayne Ward has been a popular bet with female punters and his odds have been cut to 5/1 (from 7/1).
And after TOWIE star Lauren revealed that she's enjoying the make-up more than the skating her odds have consequently been pushed out to 25/1.
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "Lauren's done herself no favours here. It comes as no surprise to us that she's more bothered about her make-up than her skating and her odds have paid the price."
Browse pictures of the DOI line up below...