Dominic Cork has revealed he is preparing for a routine with a 'dangerous ending' in order to impress both the judges and audience on this weekend's Dancing On Ice show. On Sunday the competition will kick off for real - with the 12 remaining celebs being judged by both the public and, for the first time this series, the hard-to-please panel!
Up until now the judges' scores haven't counted but from Sunday's show they'll be combined with the public votes to decide who will leave the competition. English cricketer Dominic Cork said he was going all out to get the all important votes and points, explaining about his routine: "It is a totally different routine to last week. There is a lot more emphasis on power and there is a dangerous ending. If it goes wrong it will send Alexandra flying, so we definitely don't want that to happen."
Speaking to entertainment website DigtialSpy, he continued: "You will see more lifts, more challenging lifts and more strength. Any fears that I may have got over last week are coming back again because this week's even tougher. Every week there is going to be something I'll worry about, I'm sure."
The current Hampshire player, who scored 11 points from the judges on last weekend's show, added: "The big problem is that now we get our choreography on the Tuesday and really we only have Wednesday, Thursday and Friday scheduled [as] time to get the number nailed. In a way we had three or four weeks to nail the first routine, so the pressure is definitely on from now on."
Dancing On Ice continues from 6:10PM on ITV1 this Sunday!