Dancing On Ice's pro line up will see some familiar faces - and a lot of new ones.
Dancing On Ice originally ran between 2006 and 2014 but will be back on TV in January for a tenth series on ITV.
It's already been confirmed that a total of 12 celebrities will be skating to impress the ice panel, consisting of skating legends Torvill and Dean, show favourite Jason Gardiner and new judge Ashley Banjo, as well as the viewers at home.
But the ice panel isn't the only change, with the pro skaters also getting a refresh.
Brianne Delcourt will be the only returning female pro while male pros Sylvain Longchambon, Matt Evers and Dan Whiston will be making a come back.
"It was a no-brainer for bosses to bring back Brianne for the new show," a source told The Sun newspaper. “She is a real pocket rocket."
They added: “Sylvain, Matt and Dan were clear favourites among viewers and producers felt the new series wouldn’t be the same without them.”
Dancing On Ice 2018 pros
Melody Le Moal: 30-year-old from France
Brandee Malto: 37-year-old from USA
Ale Izquierdo: 28-year-old from Mexico
Vanessa Bauer: 21-year-old from Germany
Hamish Gaman: 34-year-old from England
Matej Silecky: 23-year-old from USA
Brianne Delcourt: 36-year-old from Canada.
Sylvain Longchambon: 37-year-old from France
Matt Evers: 41-year-old from USA
Dan Whiston: 41-year-old from England
As for the celebrities, all twelve contestants have been confirmed for the series.
Soap star Brooke Vincent was revealed as the new series' first signing while Cheryl Baker was the second celebrity confirmed to compete in Dancing on Ice before Love Island contestant Kem Cetinay became the third name on the official Dancing On Ice line up.
Joining them are Great British Bake Off's Candice Brown, X Factor singer Jake Quickenden, Rugby hunk Max Evans, Cricket hero Monty Panesar and ITV Weatherman Alex Beresford.
Actress and TV presenter Donna Air, Coronation Street actor Antony Cotton, athlete Perri Shakes-Drayton and Hollyoaks' Stephanie Waring are the final names on the cast.
The brand new series of Dancing On Ice is expected to return to ITV in January, hosted by Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield.