When does Dancing On Ice 2022 start?

DANCING On Ice is back on January 16 for its' fourteenth series.

The 12 celebs are set to take to the ice from Sunday in the hopes of impressing the judges and viewers at home alike.

When does Dancing On Ice start?

Dancing On Ice 2022 will return on Sunday, January 16 at 6.30pm,leaving impatient fans waiting another week – as the show usually kicks off in the first week of January.

The series will then run over 10 weeks, with new episodes airing every Sunday on ITV.

It looks likely that this year's final will air in March – most likely on the 20th, but no official date has been confirmed by ITV.

The competition – hosted by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby – first aired in 2006, with Coronation Street's Gaynor Faye crowned as the first ever champion.

Who's in the Dancing On Ice line-up?

The celebrities will battle it out each week on the ice with their professional partner in the hopes of making it to the final and being crowned the winner.

Each week they will skate live in an attempt to impress the judges and the viewers at home.

But which celebrities are confirmed for this year's series? Here's the full list…

  • Kimberly Wyatt (The Pussycat Dolls)
  • Liberty Poole (Love Island)
  • Sally Dynevor (Coronation Street)
  • Connor Ball (The Vamps)
  • Ria Hebden (Lorraine)
  • Ben Foden (English Rugby Union)
  • Regan Gascoigne (Singer/dancer, son of Paul Gascoigne)
  • Mark 'Bez' Berry (Happy Mondays)
  • Rachel Stevens (S Club 7)
  • Stef Reid (track and field Paralympian)

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Who are the Dancing On Ice judges?

Existing judges Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean and Ashley Banjo will return as judges – however, Arlene Phillips is set to replace John Barrowman.

A TV insider said "The fact that Arlene is a mature woman with decades of experience in the dance world is seen as a huge asset for Dancing on Ice."

The judging panel had a shake up when it was revealed Barrowman had been axed from the show.

ITV was under pressure to axe the judge when accusations of sexual harassment surfaced from his time on the set of Doctor Who.

He later admitted to exposing himself several times on set, but denied any sexual intent, dismissing the act as "tomfoolery".

Who won Dancing On Ice 2021?

Radio presenter Sonny Jay Muharrem was crowned the 13th winner of the show when he came out on top in the 2021 series.

In the final, Olympian Colin Jackson was voted off in the first half, leaving Sonny Jay and actress Faye Brookes as the top two.

They then both went on to perform the iconic Bolero before the phone lines closed for good, and Phil and Holly announced Sonny had been crowned the victor.

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