Dancing On Ice is getting set for a comeback - but which celebrities will be on the line up?
Dancing On Ice originally ran between 2006 and 2014, hosted by Philip Schofield, Holly Willoughby and later Christine Bleakley.
A tenth series is now confirmed to be on its way featuring a brand new cast of celebrities plucked from the world of TV, music and showbiz, a refreshed line up of skating professionals, a spectacular new set, and more ambitious routines than ever before, the show’s revival will prove unmissable event television.
Who's on Dancing On Ice?
Love Island contestant Kem Cetinay, Coronation Street actor Antony Cotton, rugby player Max Evans and celebrity psychic Sally Morgan are all tipped to take to the ice rink.
Kem teased this week: "I've had chats with loads of shows. I haven't confirmed anything yet, but that is an amazing show."
It's understood that up to 50 potential celebrity contestants are being tried out for the show.
More rumoured names are Coronation Street actress Katie McGlynn, her fellow soap star Brooke Vincent, model Nicola McLean, 'WAG' Coleen Rooney.
Reality regular Katie Price, cricketer Ebony Rainford-Brent and Olympian Amber Hill are also on the rumoured Dancing On Ice lineup.
Further names are reigning Great British Bake Off winner Candice Brown, Loose Women panellist Saira Khan and soap actress Katie McGlynn.
There's also footballer's wife Alex Gerrard, husband of Liverpool and England midfielder Steven Gerrard, radio host Toby Anstis and former butler to Princess Diana, Paul Burrell.
Meanwhile, Hollyoaks stars Stephanie Waring, Sarah Jayne Dunn and Anna Passey, are all reportedly fighting for a place on the cast.
Another newly rumoured potential DOI contestant is England cricketing legend Monty Panesa.
Plus, the Daily Star on Sunday newspaper report that X Factor's Honey G has been offered £50,000 to sign up.
"Honey G was TV gold on last year’s X Factor so it’s a no-brainer to sign her up for Dancing On Ice," a source explained. “She is a huge fan favourite and is loved by the whole family, no matter what their age."
The brand new series of Dancing On Ice 2018 is expected to return to ITV in January.
Previous series have typically launched the first or second Sunday of the new year and that's likely to remain the same.