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Fears Dancing On Ice may be forced to stop broadcasting after Storm Eunice chaos

Hit ITV skating show Dancing On Ice was filmed at Bovingdon Airport in Hemel Hempstead, which is already windy

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Dancing On Ice bosses are reportedly worried that the show could be forced to air this Sunday after this Storm Eunice caused chaos earlier today.

The hit skating show was filmed at Bovingdon Airport in Hemel Hempstead, which is already windy.

However, the crew still fear that history could repeat with a ITV shows and is concerned that the carriages and cabins on site may be damaged.

It comes later I Am A Celebrity was broadcast for three days after the set was severely damaged by Hurricane Arwen last year.

An insider told Daily Star that they have “stretched themselves up”.






Dancing On Ice may be paused this weekend

But a source for the show also told the Mirror: “The show has taken some precautions today as the health and safety of our cast and crew is paramount. , but we’re very confident that won’t affect Sunday’s show.”

It comes after the show was forced to make some changes to the following lineup Professional skater Vanessa withdraws after a positive Covid test.

Her famous skating partner, formerly Seriously come to dance star Brendan Cole, will be joining the show with another pundit this weekend.

Brendan is currently performing with professional skater Brendyn Hatfield, and Vanessa hopes to return as soon as possible.

ITV confirmed in a statement on Tuesday: “Unfortunately, Vanessa Bauer is unable to skate this weekend after testing positive for… Covid-19. We look forward to Vanessa’s return to the competition soon.







Brendan Cole will collaborate with Brendyn Hatfield
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Vanessa Bauer pulled out of this weekend’s show
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“Brendan Cole will still be performing on Sunday’s show and will team up with professional skater Brendyn Hatfield.”

Figure skater Vanessa, who has topped the charts in recent weeks with Brendan, shared her disappointment at the news, as she was forced to miss out.

She said: “I am disappointed that I have tested positive for Covid and will not be able to perform with Brendan for Musical Week. But I am very happy that Brendan can skate and challenge himself with one person. You are amazingly professional in Brendyn .

“I have no doubt they’ll be completely broke this Sunday. I’m looking forward to returning to the competition to showcase more creative habits!”

* Dancing On Ice airs at 6pm Sunday on ITV

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