Dancing On Ice is getting set for a comeback - but which celebrity contestants on the line up?
In 2017, Dancing On Ice was confirmed for a return to TV in 2018.
Dancing On Ice originally ran between 2006 and 2014, hosted by Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.
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.
ITV has been confirming the Dancing On Ice contestants - here who is OFFICIALLY on the lineup for Dancing On Ice 2018...
Who's on Dancing On Ice? Contestants confirmed
Coronation Street actress Brooke Vincent confessed she was still wobbly in training and wasn't sure of her chances after beginning rehearsals. Brooke said: "I love a challenge. Ice skating, what an amazing skill. Next year I can go with the girls and be like, ‘I can do this, I can do that’ and they’ll be holding on to the sides."
TV hot and singer Cheryl Baker was the second celebrity confirmed to compete in Dancing on Ice 2018 Cheryl said: "I started training yesterday. It was such huge fun. I've never skated apart from when I was about 12. I am feeling nervous."
Love Island contestant Kem Cetinay became the third confirmed star. He said: "I still can't believe I'm going to be on Dancing on Ice! Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I'd be strapping on a pair of skates and dancing in some lycra. Anyone who knows me will know how competitive I am, so I'm going to work very hard to stay on my feet! I can't wait to get my skates on."
The 2016 winner of the Great British Bake Off will be one of the 12 celebrities on Dancing On Ice. Candice said: "It's nerve wracking. I start my training today. I take my first steps on the ice later on. My friends call me Bambi on Ice and that's just normal day to day!"
Rugby Hunk Max Evans was confirmed as Dancing On Ice's fifth celeb contestant. He said: "I haven't done any skating since I was a kid, and this is completely different having to skate on live television. I've had two training sessions which have hurt my feet a lot. We've all had a dance, which is familiar territory, but skating is so not..."
Singer Lemar joined the line up as a late addition after Cricketer Monty Panesar was ruled out due to injury.
ITV Weatherman Alex Beresford said: "I literally started training on Tuesday so I'm at the beginning of my journey. I'm actually finding out who my partner is after this show so I'm really excited. I've wanted to do this show for ages. It's been the biggest secret I've ever kept."
Coronation Street actor Antony Cotton confirmed his involvement following an episode of the ITV soap. Antony said: "I better get my skates on - I've got practising to do!"
Actress and TV presenter Donna Air said: "It is absolutely terrifying. It's exciting though, it's looking like it's going to be a great series. It's really difficult... My daughter's like 'oh no, mum you're going to be so embarrassing."
Gold medal athlete Perri said "It is an opportunity and I was told in the past I’d never be able to run again and that was not nice to be told... Now the fact my body feels good, I’ve been given a challenge, an opportunity, I’m going to go give it my best shot."
Hollyoaks star Stephanie Waring completes the Dancing On Ice 2018 line-up. She said: “It's quite a daunting challenge. The first day was pretty tough. I thought I'd be better than I was. I fell over once. It's very technical. It’s the way you hold yourself, the positioning of your feet. Balancing is the hardest thing to do."
X Factor singer Jake will be on Dancing On Ice's cast. Jake said "I’m terrified. I had my first training session yesterday - I was freezing! Ice is cold! But it was amazing, the coaches are unbelievable. I just feel so lucky that I’ve been asked to do it. I’m so buzzing, I can’t even explain. It’s my mums favourite!... I’ve been wearing Danielle’s tights to get used to [the lycra]!”
Monty Panesar (OUT)
Cricketer Monty Panesar was confirmed as the seventh celebrity to compete in Dancing on Ice 2018. However he withdrew due to injury before the show began.
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.