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Celebrities skate into the Motorpoint Arena


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The Dancing On Ice celebrities
The Dancing On Ice celebrities

​The Dancing On Ice celebrities skate into the Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, for a live version of the hit television show. There are shows in Nottingham on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday next week.

The line-up includes the 2018 series winner Jake Quickenden with his partner Vanessa Bauer.

They are joined by other stars from the recent ITV series — Donna Air with Mark Hanretty; Kem Cetinay with Alexandra Murphy; Max Evans with Ale Izquierdo; Alex Beresford with Brianne Delcourt; and Cheryl Baker with Dan Whiston.

Also in the line-up for the live tour is two-times Dancing On Ice winner Ray Quinn, who will be partnered by Alexandra Schauman.

Jake Quickenden, who impressed both fans and the judges with his impressive skating, said: “This show has been such an amazing experience, so being asked to go on the live tour is awesome.”

Donna Air said: “I have completely fallen in love with skating so being asked to join the live tour is an absolute dream come true.”

The couples will skate for the votes of the tour judging panel comprising Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean and Denise Van Outen.

As an extra added bonus, skating legends Torvill and Dean will be performing for arena audiences for the first time in four years.

The tour will also feature professional skaters Matt Evers, Sylvain Longchambon and Lukasz Rozycki.



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