Dancing On Ice 2024 presenters CONFIRMED
Dancing On Ice has confirmed who will be presenting the latest series.
Back for the new year, a line up of twelve celebrity names will take to the ice live with their pro skaters in an attempt to win over the panel.
Ahead of the launch, there’s now finally official word on the Dancing On Ice 2024 hosts.
Who will be presenting Dancing On Ice 2024?
ITV has announced that Holly Willoughby and Stephen Mulhern will host the new series.
Katie Rawcliffe, head of entertainment commissioning at ITV, said: “Holly and Stephen are two of our best loved presenters, so reuniting them 20 years after they first appeared on screen together to host Dancing On Ice marks the start of an exciting year for the show.”
The confirmation comes after months of speculation.
We knew Phillip Schofield definitely wouldn’t be back after resigning from all TV work earlier this year.
Holly Willoughby was also rumoured to be out. Following her exit from This Morning, recent reports suggested she could have also stepped away from the celebrity ice dancing show.
Fresh from hosting the new Deal Or Deal revival, Stephen Mulhern was the favourite to replace Phillip. He previously stood in during a past series.
However, Rochelle & Marvin Humes had been rumoured for the job as had Joel Dommett.
Who’s on the cast?
With who is hosting Dancing On Ice 2024 is now confirmed, the lineup has been announced.
Those on the cast for the new series include comedian Lou Sanders, champion boxer Ricky Hatton MBE, Made In Chelsea’s Miles Nazaire, Olympic Champion turned pundit Greg Rutherford MBE, singer Hannah Spearritt and actor Ryan Thomas.
They’re joined by Emmerdale star Roxy Shahidi, ski jumper Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards, West End star Amber Davies, soap star Ricky Norwood, star of stage and screen Claire Sweeney and radio DJ Adele Roberts.
However injury has already forced Gogglebox’s Stephen Lustig-Webb to quit before the first live show.
Meanwhile the Dancing On Ice 2024 professionals have also been announced, featuring returning names and new faces.
One of those not returning is Matt Evers who has left the show after 17 years. Matt joined the show’s pro line up in 2004 and has appeared in fifteen series since.
When will Dancing On Ice start?
As yet there’s no official launch date for the new series. ITV has confirmed the show will be back as part of its winter 2024 schedule.
Dancing On Ice typically airs on Sunday night from the middle of January, making the likely launch date 14 January.
As well as airing on TV on ITV1, episodes will be available on ITVX.
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