On the Dancing On Ice news, host Phillip Schofield joked about the show’s future.
He confirmed on social media that he and Holly Willoughby will be hosting the show tonight.
And won’t compete – or at least not yet.
This is because some attendees were forced to withdraw from the show.
And this ultimately put the future of the series at risk.
On Instagram, Phil said in view of his more than three million followers: “We’re still here! I have not yet been asked to skate. “
Who Left Dancing On Ice?
So far, four celebrities have had to withdraw from the show.
First up was Denise Van Outen, who smashed her shoulder in three places while practicing for the series.
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Then comedian Rufus Hound had to quit after testing positive for COVID-19.
Former TOWIE star Billie Faiers went down after a concussion while exercising.
Finally, Joe-Warren Plant and partner Vanessa Bauer confirmed last week that they have COVID-19.
This also forced her out of the show.
Will Dancing On Ice continue?
ITV has not commented on the future of the series.
However, hosts Phillip and Holly are reportedly “desperately concerned” about the show.
A source said OK! Magazine: “Holly and Phil are desperately concerned, but they have to move on
“It feels like the show is bewitched.”
It added, “You only have so many free celebrities who have been exercising.”
Which celebrities came to DOI late?
To date, Amy Tinkler and Matt Richardson have entered the show as latecomers – replacing the celebs who are forced to drop out early.
However, Matt has already been voted out of office.
Which celebrities stay with Dancing on Ice?
From now on the current celebrities stay: Rebekah Vardy, Jason Donovan, Colin Jackson, Faye Brookes, Lady Leshurr, Sonny Jay and Amy Tinkler.
In addition to Matt, Graham Bell and Myleene Klass were voted out of office.
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