Dancing On Ice 2019 is on its way and from air date rumours to who's on the line up, here's all we know so far!
From the confirmed celebrity contestants to the rumoured start date, here's everything we know about Dancing On Ice's 2019 new series.
Dancing On Ice originally ran between 2006 and 2014, hosted by Philip Schofield, Holly Willoughby and later Christine Bleakley.
It returned for a brand new series in 2018 and ITV have confirmed another season for 2019.
Dancing On Ice contestants
The line up of Dancing On Ice 2019 contestants have been confirmed with twelve names on the line up.
Grease legend Didi Conn, most famous for her role as Frenchie in the hit musical movie, and Love Island star Wes Nelson completed the cast.
They join reality star Gemma Collins, actor Richard Blackwood, dancer James Jordan, Westlife singer Brian McFadden, TV personality Saira Khan, cricketer Ryan Sidebottom, Pussycat Doll Melody Thornton, Aussie actor Mark Little, soap star Jane Danson and X Factor's Saara Aalto.
They'll be getting their skates and sequins on ready to compete against one another in the quest for glory.
Dancing On Ice judges
Last year saw Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean make their debut as judges, having appeared on previous series as coaches. They will once again head up the judging panel.
They were joined by returning Jason Gardiner plus new judge Diversity dancer Ashley Banjo.
As yet, ITV have not confirmed if the panel will remain the same but Ashley has said that the plan is for them all to be back.
Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby once again return to present the series.
Dancing On Ice start date
ITV haven't officially announced the air date for Dancing On Ice's 2019 series yet.
However, Dancing On Ice typically launches on the first Sunday night on January.
If the next series follows the rest, that'd make the 2019 launch date on Sunday, January 6.
Each week the twelve celebrities will skate live with their professional partners in a bid to impress both the panel and the viewers, who will ultimately decide who wins the competition.
Dancing On Ice airs on ITV and usually airs for two months, with a final in March.