Dancing On Ice 2018 Series 10 has returned to our screens after a very long time of 3 years. It is great news for those who love watching celebrities falling over on their bums and spectacular routines on the ice. This is a live show which airs on every Sunday. Below is schedule:
|Live show 1||7 January|
|Live show 2||14 January|
|Live show 3||21 January|
|Live show 4||28 January|
|Live show 5||4 February|
|Live show 6||11 February|
|Live show 7||18 February|
|Live show 8||25 February|
|Live semi-final||4 March|
|Live final||11 March|
It is on at 6pm on ITV, and if you miss it you can catch up on the ITV Hub.
The show goes up against the news on BBC One, New York: America's Busiest City on BBC Two and Posh Pawn on Channel 4.
So we are just 1 Episode away from Semi finals.
Contestants for Dancing On Ice 2018 Season 10:
Contestant Names : Brooke Vincent, Kem Cetinay, Cheryl Baker, Max Evans, Lemar, Donna Air, Alex Beresford, Antony Cotton, Perri Shakes-Drayton, Jake Quickenden, Candice Brown, Stephanie Waring
Brooke Vincent - Coronation Street actress who plays Sophie Webster
Cheryl Baker (booted off) - Bucks Fizz member and TV presenter
Kem Cetinay - Reality star and winner of Love Island 2017
Max Evans - Scottish rugby player
Lemar (booted off) - Singer
Donna Air (booted off) - Geordie socialite and James Middleton's ex
Alex Beresford - Good Morning Britain weatherman
Antony Cotton (booted off) - Coronation Street star who plays Sean Tully
Perri Shakes-Drayton (booted off) - Track athlete
Jake Quickenden - X Factor and I'm a Celebrity star
Candice Brown (booted off) - Great British Bake Off winner and Sunday Times Baking columnist
Stephanie Waring (booted off) - Hollyoaks star who plays Cindy Cunningham
Professional Skaters for Dancing On Ice 2018 Season 10:
Sylvain Longchambon (booted off)
Dan Whiston (booted off)
Hamish Gaman (booted off)
Melody Le Moal (booted off)
Matt Evers (booted off)
Who are the judges on Dancing On Ice 2018 Season 10?
Jason Gardiner has made a grand return to Dancing On Ice and joins the judging panel alongside some fan favourites.
Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean managed to swap their coaching roles for judges seats in a move which fans have been delighted by.
Ashley Banjo, the Diversity founder and Dance, Dance, Dance judge has also joined the panel.
There has been quite a mixture of experts and celebs on the Ice Panel in the past.
Karen Barber, Jason Gardiner, Robin Cousins, Ruthie Henshall and Nicky Slater are often slated as the best experts from previous series.
But Spice Girl Emma Bunton, dance expert Louis Spence, and Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts have also judges past seasons, while Michael Ball and Angela Rippon have been among guest judges.