X Factor's Honey G 'offered £50,000 to join Dancing On Ice's new series'


Honey G has been tipped to join the cast of Dancing On Ice's new series on ITV.

The channel are understood to be on the verge of reviving the ice skating contest, three years after it was axed.

Although the revival has yet to be confirmed, potential celebs are already in talks with X Factor's Honey G one of them.

The Daily Star on Sunday newspaper report she's been offered £50,000 to sign up.

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"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 big question is whether she will skate in her baseball cap and sunglasses.

“Even the thought of seeing her in a different sparkly outfit each week is hilarious.”

However Honey G is also said to be wanted by I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here following her stint on The X Factor last year.

Meanwhile, other names already linked to the potential new series of Dancing On Ice include Katie Price and Michelle Heaton.

"Dancing On Ice would be my ultimate," former Liberty X star Michelle told The Sun. "As a performer you want to do something that you can learn fresh so you build up your CV...

"It is one of those shows that I would love to tick off my bucket list. It would be really wonderful to learn how to do something like that."

The line up speculation follows after Jayne Torvill - who was a Dancing On Ice coach alongside professional partner Christopher Dean - dropped the biggest hint yet that the show's return is imminent.

She said earlier this week: "I love that it’s coming back, it’s great news. I’m really looking forward to it.

"The show will definitely be refreshed but the basics will be the same, we will still be teaching celebrities how to skate.


"There’s a new bar to set when the show returns."

However, ITV is still to officially confirm Dancing On Ice's return to TV.

Dancing On Ice originally ran between 2006 and 2014, hosted by Philip Schofield, Holly Willoughby and later Christine Bleakley.

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