TellyMix's A to Z of Dancing On Ice 2011 - Part Two!

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A to Z

With this evening marking the end of this year's Dancing On Ice competition, we're celebrating yet another fantastic series of ITV1's reality ice skating competition by looking back over the most memorable moments, highs and lows that have occurred over the past three months...

From the celebrity skaters themselves to the presenters, judges and even the outfits - it's all covered in our A-Z of Dancing On Ice 2011, so let's crack on with the second part!

If you haven't already Check out Part One of our Dancing On Ice 2011 A-Z here!

O is for... Orange! This year the contestants saw more fake tan than ever, having themselves coated weekly at the studios. The amount of the orange stuff being used was so much that a few weeks ago fumes set off a fire alarm at the rink! Frankly though it's all been worth it, as only bright orange skin helps the celebs to pull of their bright pink outfits.

P is for... Penis... or rather, Jeff Brazier's penis to be more accurate. The celebrity skater lovingly revealed to the world during this year's Dancing On Ice that he was able to lick his own genitals. He confessed: "I managed to touch myself with my tongue. I didn't spend too long down there, I have to say. It was just making the contact that was the impressive part. But I think it was just to do with being young and flexible." Cheers for that, Jeff.

Q is for... Qualifying! In a Dancing On Ice first the celebrities taking part this winter had to first qualify for the show! A massive group of sixteen celebs started back in January and skated in two groups of eight, with the public and public alone deciding which 12 would actually make it through to the main show.


R is for... Riverdance. Week Six saw the remaining contestants tasked with tackling a range of International dances in their routines, with Sam Attwater and partner Brianne Delcourt opting to take on the Irish Riverdance. Despite reservations from the judges, Emma Bunton and Jason Gardiner both admitted it had worked and named it as one of their highlights of the series. The duo topped the leader board on the night, with an impressive score of 27 points out of 30, the highest in the completion at that point.

S is for... Slip ups! This year we've had a few celebrities falling over on the ice during both performances and rehearsals, even in last week's semi-final show. There have been some nasty injuries as a consequence too, with Jennifer Metcalf having to be rushed to hospital for snitches when her partner's sharp blade cut into her leg.

Tim Healy

T is for... Tim Healy! No one imagined that Benidorm actor Tim Healy would be being mentioned as one of the highlights of Dancing On Ice back at the start of show, mainly as he wasn't in the actual line up! However his argument with Jason Gardiner live on air after storming the stage cannot go unmentioned. Nor can the ridiculous Twitter argument between the pair which followed the spat, all started when Jason criticised Tim's wife Denise Welsh on the show.

U is for... Unlucky colours. The curse of the unlucky green outfit was back again this year and celebs were even refused to wear the colour on the performance programme. A show source said at the time: "Nobody wants green outfits as they’re deemed to be a jinx."

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