The Dancing On Ice finale will not air this weekend on ITV due to schedule changes. Instead, ITV will broadcast a football match on Sunday 20 March, when Nottingham Forest face Liverpool in the FA Cup.
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The Dancing On Ice final will not air tonight due to scheduling conflicts on ITV.
Only three celebrities – Brendan Cole, Kimberly Wyatt and Regan Gascoigne – remain on the skating show, after Connor Ball and Kye White left the show last week in a double elimination.
The four Dancing On Ice judges – Oti Mabuse, Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean and Ashley Banjo – will return next week to help judge the show’s winners, as the final has been pushed back to allow for a match football is broadcast. Sunday, March 20.
Dancing On Ice’s regular Sunday night primetime slot will now be dominated by an FA Cup match.
Nottingham Forest will host Liverpool in the sixth round of the football tournament, with Dancing On Ice – organized by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby – postponed for a week and will instead air on Sunday 27/3.
The final of Dancing On Ice will see three professional dancers Brendan, Kimberly and Regan compete for the title of the series’ 2022 champion after a tough battle with other celebrities.
The show has encountered some problems this year due to Covid.
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Last week, Phil was forced to host the show alone after Holly contracted the virus.
“Unfortunately, Holly Willoughby is unable to host tonight after testing positive for Covid-19. We look forward to Holly’s return to the Dancing on Ice Live Final,” a program spokesperson said. at that time.
A few weeks earlier, skater Vanessa Bauer missed a week of performing with Brendan because she contracted the virus.
Phil also missed a week of presentations because he had Covid, with Stephen Mulhern participating at the time.
“I’m looking forward to returning to host with my good friend Holly this weekend. It’s a big shoe to fill and I wish Phillip a speedy recovery,” he said in a statement. I’m a huge fan of Dancing on Ice and for a single night I had the pleasure of standing by the side of the court watching the action unfold. It was unbelievable!”
Connor Ball also suffered a number of injuries on the ice, including a cut in his leg.
When asked about his injury, he said: “There were many wounds. I had a cleft on my chin so I had to have 5 stitches there. I dislocated my shoulder and torn my leg in 3 different places and needed 14 stitches. nose there. There’s quite a bit of bruising going on.”
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