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A panel of experts – Karen Barber, Nicky Slater, Jason Gardiner, Robin Cousins and Spice Girls singer Emma Bunton – will judge each performance.The pair who fail to impress will be booted out on Sunday nights live show.
After four years, and various unsuccessful attempts to fill the Sunday evening slot, ITV went back to the rink for another series in 2018.
The show hasn't really produced a proper full-blooded catchphrase, but the closest it's got is probably "..be revealed after the break". well actually, over the long period between the show being announced and finally making it to air, there were any number of working titles: The Torvill and Dean Project, Skating with Celebrities, Celebrities Dancing on Ice, Skating on Thin Ice, Celebrities on Thin Ice, Stars on Ice, Ice Dance with the Stars...
Phil also likes to throw in the odd reference to the dancers at the bottom of the leaderboard being "on thin ice" but it's never really developed from a stock phrase into a catchphrase. basically, just about every possible permutation seemed to be attached to the show before they settled on the most boring one.
Torvill and Dean were now on the judging panel, alongside Jason Gardiner and Ashley Banjo from Diversity.
Alongside the 2008 series, there was a spin-off called Dancing on Ice: Make Me a Star, hosted by Willoughby alone, in which amateurs competed for the chance to perform in the main series final.
Phillip Schofield Holly Willoughby (2006-11, 2018-) Coleen Nolan (stand-in for Holly Willoughby, 2011) Christine Bleakley (2012-4) Jordan Banjo (2018) Kem Cetinay (2019-) Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean (experts, also judges 2018-) Judges: Robin Cousins (2006-14) Jason Gardiner (2006-11, 2013-4, 2018-9) Karen Barber (2006-10, 2013-4) Nicky Slater (2006-10) Karen Kresge (2006) Natalia Bestemianova (2007) Ruthie Henshall (2008-9) Emma Bunton (2010-11) Louie Spence (2012) Katarina Witt (2012) Ashley Roberts (2013-4) Ashley Banjo (2018-) Guest Judges: Michael Ball (2010) Angela Rippon (2010) Head coach: Karen Barber (2011-2) Announcer: Marc Silk (2006) Bob Lawrence (2007-8) John Sachs (2009-14) Matt Chapman (2018) Sam Matterface (2018) Commentator: Tony Gubba Simon Reed (2013 semi-final and final) ITV2 coverage (Dancing on Ice: Defrosted): Stephen Mulhern (2006-7) Other spin-offs: Dancing on Ice Extra: Andi Peters and Andrea Mc Lean (2006) Dancing on Ice Exclusive: Ben Shephard (2007) Dancing on Ice Friday: Ben Shephard and Coleen Nolan (2010) ITV Productions for ITV1, 14 January 2006 to 8 March 2014 (94 episodes in 9 series) ITV Studios for ITV, 7 January 2018 to present The number of callbacks to S. There's five judges (from 2011, three) instead of four, and the scores (originally out of six, in half-point steps, but now out of ten - still in half-point steps - so that it remains out of 30 overall) are revealed in on-screen style like an ice dancing competition with only a few chats with the judges.