However, it’s been reported today that his place as favourite is slipping away as punters are placing eleventh hour bets on his fellow finalist Beth Tweddle, who evidently reckon a shock result tonight can’t be ruled out. Read more & comment »
Dancing On Ice
Ray Quin is looking unbeatable as he heads into tonight’s Dancing On Ice final and bookies all over Britain are tipping him as the most likely to wing he last ever grand finale of the show.
Dancing On Ice comes to an end after nine long years tonight and on the emotional special Ray will go head to head with Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle and Coronation Street actress Hayley Tamaddon, as they all fight it out for the champion of champions accolade.
Tonight’s bumper edition of Dancing on Ice – which airs from 7pm on ITV – is of course the show’s last ever outing, and by the end of it, there will no doubt have been tears shed as the show’s stars and fans bid it a fond farewell.
Throughout today, the show’s contestants – both current and former – have been tweeting about it being the last ever edition of Dancing on Ice tonight, and no doubt Twitter will be dominated by tweets about the ITV series during this evening too. Read more & comment »
Dancing on Ice star Jorgie Porter said to be livid that ITV insist she’s in the AUDIENCE for tonight’s final!
Fans of Dancing on Ice will know that Hollyoaks star Jorgie Porter left in the very first of this year’s shows, which has of course been an all-star series which is also the ITV show’s last run…
So not unreasonably, once she was eliminated, Jorgie went about her normal everyday business, and that included a trip to Los Angeles from which she’s now reportedly had to return early as she is “contractually obliged” to attend filming of tonight’s live final. Read more & comment »
So, the end of Dancing on Ice is now very much nigh, given that the all-star final – and the show’s last ever outing – airs tonight on ITV at 7pm.
And it’s sure to be not only full of tension as we wait to see whether Ray Quinn, Hayley Tamaddon or Beth Tweddle is crowned Champion of Champions, it’s going to be an emotional night as we all bid farewell to the show. Read more & comment »
The last ever outing for Dancing on Ice airs tonight on ITV at 7pm, and it is of course also the 2014 series’ final which will see Beth Tweddle, Ray Quinn and Hayley Tamaddon all hoping to skate to victory and be named the all-time Dancing on Ice Champion…
However, ahead of the live show tonight, soap actress Hayley is worried that her exhaustion could catch up with her and cause her to collapse on live TV. Read more & comment »
Dancing on Ice 2014: Christine Bleakley & Phillip Schofield WILL skate in tonight’s final along with judges! (PICTURES)
Tonight’s Dancing on Ice final promises to be a star-studded extravaganza, given that it’s also the show’s last ever outing…
And as well as the tense battle between Beth Tweddle, Ray Quinn and Hayley Tamaddon for the Champion of Champions title, we’re set to see a whole host of guests making an appearance, including a number of former contestants.
However, one of the most exciting segments of the show will be seeing the presenters and judges take to the ice! Read more & comment »
Dancing on Ice 2014: Christine Bleakley & Phillip Schofield to skate in final? She says, “It could be embarrassing!”
Tomorrow night is the final of this year’s Dancing on Ice, but of course, it’s also – unless the show is recommissioned at some point – the last ever DOI…
And for some time, it’s been rumoured that hosts Christine Bleakley and Phillip Schofield will take to the ice to perform a routine together, but if they intend to do so, Christine hasn’t given it away in an interview with the Express. Read more & comment »
POLL: Beth Tweddle or Hayley Tamaddon to win Dancing On Ice? Daniel Whiston gets splinters in his bum!
Daniel Whiston couldn’t choose between Hayley Tamaddon and Beth Tweddle when asked who should win Dancing On Ice in a recent interview.
The Dancing On Ice last ever final will air on Sunday night and on the live ITV show Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle – last year’s winner – will go head to head with Coronation Street star Hayley Tamaddon and X Factor singer Ray Quinn as the trio compete to be crowned the champion of champions.
Ray Quinn is the modest sort. The actor, singer and now near professional ice skater has been insisting this week that he is most definitely NOT a sex symbol, despite evidence to the contrary.
The former Brookside star finished second on the 2006 series of The X Factor, and went on to cement his place in the hearts of the British public when he won Dancing On Ice back in 2009.