Nile Wilson earns the series’ highest Dancing On Ice score to date

Nile Wilson earned the highest Dancing On Ice score to date in the music-themed episode of the competition.

He’s the Olympic gymnast that topped the ITV celebrity skating competition rankings with a score of 33.5 on Sunday night.

Wilson, 27, opened the episode with a Chitty Chitty Bang Bang themed performance alongside pro skating partner Olivia Smart.

After plunging out of an old car onto the ice, Wilson wowed the judges – with Christopher Dean describing the routine as “awesome”.

Ashley Banjo added: “It’s full of content but you made it look so easy… It’s the next level, my friend.”

Elsewhere in the show’s third episode, Darren Harriott delivered a Bugsy Malone-inspired performance alongside professional partner Tippy Packard.

Following the humorous routine of skating to Fat Sam’s Grand Slam and seeing Harriott, 34, finish with a custard pie in the face, the judges awarded the comedian and presenter a score of 27.

Jayne Torvill said: “It was a great performance. You’ve got the skills to skate… Now you need to pay attention to every detail to complete the moves perfectly.”

Banjo added: “I think this week skating is even more solid. Energy is always on point.

Vivienne also impressed the judges with her performance of Don’t Cry For Me Argentina.

In an Evita-inspired performance, the Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK star stunned the judges with an elegant routine alongside their professional partner Colin Grafton.

After The Vivienne earned a score of 32.5 from the judges, Oti Mabuse said: “I don’t even think I have enough time to tell you how much I loved it. That is so graceful.

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Dean added: “That’s the quality on the ice tonight. That ice skating performance was amazing.”

Dancing On Ice continues on ITV1 and ITVX. Nile Wilson earns the series’ highest Dancing On Ice score to date

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