Dancing on Ice


Dancing on Ice
Dancing on Ice
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Format Talent show
Created by ITV
Creative director(s) Christopher Dean
Jayne Torvill
Karen Barber
Presented by Phillip Schofield
Holly Willoughby
Coleen Nolan (2011, week 6)
Judges Jason Gardiner
Robin Cousins
Emma Bunton (2010–present)
Karen Barber (2006–10)
Nicky Slater (2006–10)
Karen Kresge (2006)
Natalia Bestemianova (2007)
Ruthie Henshall (2008–09)
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of series 6
No. of episodes 69 (as of 23 January 2011)
Production
Producer(s) ITV Studios
Location(s) Elstree Studios (2006-2010, 2012-present)
Shepperton Studios (2011)
Running time 60-120 minutes
Production company(s) Granada Productions
Broadcast
Original channel ITV (ITV1/STV/UTV) (UK)
(also ITV1 HD/STV HD/UTV HD)
TV3 (ROI)
Picture format 16:9
Original run 14 January 2006 (2006-01-14) – present
Chronology
Related shows Strictly Come Dancing (2004–present)

Dancing on Ice is a British television show, in which celebrities and their professional partners figure skate in front of a panel of judges. The format, devised by LWT[citation needed] and Granada Television[1], has been a prime-time hit in eight different countries, including Italy and Chile. In Australia, where it was titled Torvill and Dean's Dancing on Ice, it was axed after just one series owing to production costs.

Originally titled Skating With Celebrities the show was renamed following the failure of ITV's celebrity orientated 2005 summer schedule. Dancing on Ice is frequently compared to BBC's Strictly Come Dancing.

The BBC actually did a Strictly Come Dancing special entitled Strictly Ice Dancing at Christmas 2004 which was won by England goalkeeper David Seaman.

ITV's show was given a January premier amidst network doubts about its visibility but became a surprise hit in Britain, where it became the third highest rated television show of 2006. It attained an impressive thirteen million viewers for the final in March.

Britain's best-known ice-skating duo and former Olympic champions Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean help to train the aspiring dancers, and also appear throughout the show with comments and advice. Head Coach Karen Barber also trains the skaters for the live show.[2] Since the beginning Torvill and Dean have opened every episode with a performance, with the exception of the second, third and fourth shows of the fourth series, when Torvill performed alone due to Dean's recovery from a shoulder operation.

The show is presented by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, with commentary from Tony Gubba and the voiceovers are done by John Sachs (previously Marc Silk in series 1 and Bob Lawrence in series 2 and 3). The members of The Ice Panel were originally Karen Barber, Jason Gardiner, Nicky Slater and Robin Cousins, and the fifth judge varied from series to series: Karen Kresge in the first series, Natalia Bestemianova in the second, Ruthie Henshall in the third and fourth and Emma Bunton in the fifth. In series 6, there were only three judges: Gardiner, Cousins and Bunton.

During the shows first two series it ran two supplementary programmes - Dancing on Ice Defrosted presented by Stephen Mulhern, and Dancing on Ice Exclusive (or Dancing on Ice Extra during its first series) hosted by Andi Peters alongside Andrea McLean in series one and Ben Shephard in series two. In mid 2007, it was announced that both shows would not return to accompany the third series as the audience attracted is out of ITV2's target range.[3]

As part of ITV's new revamped schedule at the start of 2008, from the third series, the show aired on a Sunday night and featured updated music and new titles as well as redesigned graphics. The third series finale was a massive draw for ITV pulling an average 11.7 million viewers (up from 9.6 million the previous year) peaking at 12.6 million viewers over the two hour slot, up over a million from season two.[4]

The fifth series began on 10 January 2010. The show has also been commissioned up until 2011 with Torvill and Dean as coaches for which they will be paid £250,000 each series.[5]

It was announced by Phillip Schofield at the end of Series 6 that the show will return at the same time next year, although this has yet to be confirmed by ITV.

On 7 June 2011 Elstree Studios confirmed that Dancing on Ice would return to the studios for the upcoming 2012 series[6]

Contents

Format

Each week the celebrities and their partners perform a live ice dance routine. The three (as of series 6) judges (commonly known as the Ice Panel) judge each performance and give a mark between 0.0 and 10.0, depending on the performance. These total scores create a leaderboard which combines with the public vote in order to determine the two lowest placed couples. As this is the case, the pair with the lowest score from the judges can avoid being in the bottom two if the public vote for them.

Once the scores and votes are combined to form the final leaderboard for that week's show, the two couples at the bottom compete in a final showdown known as the "Skate Off", where they perform their routine again. Once both couples have performed their routines for the judging panel, the five judges decide on who deserves to stay and cast their votes, based on their second performance. The couple with the most votes from the judges receives a place in the following week's show, while the couple with the fewest votes leaves the competition.

Series averages

All information in this table comes from BARB.[7]

Series Timeslot # Ep. Premiere Final Aired Viewers
(in millions)
Date Premiere
Viewers
(in millions)
Date Finale
Viewers
(in millions)
Series 1
Saturdays 6:30 pm
16
14 January 2006
9.83
4 March 2006
11.68 2006 9.12
Series 2 18
20 January 2007
9.08
17 March 2007
9.14 2007 8.00
Series 3
Sundays 6:00 pm
20
13 January 2008
9.34
16 March 2008
12.08 2008 8.93
Series 4
Sundays 7:00 pm
22
11 January 2009
8.83
22 March 2009
11.31 2009 8.86
Series 5 23
10 January 2010
9.64
28 March 2010
9.42 2010 8.28
Series 6
Sundays 6:30 pm
23
9 January 2011
10.23
27 March 2011
9.35 2011 8.15

Presenters

Presenter Show Years
Phillip Schofield Main Show 2006–present
Holly Willoughby Main Show 2006–present
Coleen Nolan Main Show 2011
Ben Shephard Dancing on Ice Friday 2010
Coleen Nolan
Andi Peters Dancing on Ice Exclusive 2006–2007
Andrea McLean Dancing on Ice Exclusive 2006
Stephen Mulhern Dancing on Ice Defrosted 2006–2007

Judges

Nationality Name Profession Series Year(s)
 United Kingdom Robin Cousins Figure Skater 1-Present 2006–Present
 Australia Jason Gardiner Choreographer, Singer, Theatre Producer 1-Present 2006–Present
 United Kingdom Emma Bunton Singer, Radio Personality 5-Present 2010–Present
 United Kingdom Karen Barber British Ice Skater 1-5 2006–2010
 United Kingdom Nicky Slater British Ice Skater 1-5 2006–2010
 Australia Karen Kresge Ice Skater 1 2006
 Russia Natalia Bestemianova Russian Ice Skater 2 2007
 United Kingdom Ruthie Henshall Singer, Dancer, Actress 3-4 2008–2009
 United Kingdom Michael Ball Actor, Singer, Radio, TV presenter 5 2009 Temporary
 United Kingdom Angela Rippon Television journalist, Newsreader, Presenter 5 2009 Temporary

Professionals

     Winner
     Runner-Up
     Third Place
     Eliminated
     Withdrew
     Participating
Professional Series 1 Series 2 Series 3 Series 4 Series 5 Series 6
Pavel Aubrecht Ulrika Jonsson Samantha Mumba Jessica Taylor Sharron Davies
Victoria Borzenkova Tim Vincent
Brianne Delcourt Kieron Richardson Sam Attwater
Matt Evers Bonnie Langford Lisa Scott-Lee Suzanne Shaw Zoë Salmon Heather Mills Denise Welch
Maria Filippov Duncan James Gareth Gates Ray Quinn Gary Lucy Craig McLachlan
Isabelle Gauthier Jeff Brazier
Matthew Gonzalez Danniella Westbrook
Mark Hanretty Nadia Sawalha
Jodeyne Higgins Johnson Beharry
Florentine Houdinière Donal MacIntyre
Marika Humphreys Sean Wilson
Melanie Lambert Kyran Bracken Michael Underwood Michael Underwood Mikey Graham
Kristina Lenko Stefan Booth Stephen Gately Greg Rusedski Graeme Le Saux
Andrei Lipanov Clare Buckfield Natalie Pinkham Gemma Bissix Sinitta
Susie Lipanova Steve Backley Todd Carty Jeremy Sheffield
Sylvain Longchambon Jennifer Metcalfe
Sergey Malyshev Tamara Beckwith Aggie MacKenzie
Molly Moenkhoff Bobby Davro
Darya Nucci Jeremy Edwards
Pam O'Connor David Seaman Neil Fox
Fred Palascak Kay Burley Sarah Greene Melinda Messenger Emily Atack
Zaraah Abrahams
Natalia Pestova Phil Gayle
Frankie Poultney Lee Sharpe Chris Fountain Ellery Hanley Danny Young Comedy Dave
Colin Ratushniak Laura Hamilton
Sean Rice Angela Rippon
Łukasz Różycki Elen Rivas
Todd Sand Kelly Holmes
Alexandra Schauman Dr. Hilary Jones Dominic Cork
Tamara Sharp Andi Peters
Olga Sharutenko John Barrowman
Katie Stainsby Vanilla Ice
Nina Ulanova Steven Arnold
Doug Webster Andrea McLean
Daniel Whiston Gaynor Faye Emily Symons Linda Lusardi Roxanne Pallett Hayley Tamaddon Kerry Katona
Stuart Widdall Coleen Nolan Tana Ramsey
Michael Zenezini Chloe Madeley

Winners

Year Series Celebrity Professional
2006 Series 1 Gaynor Faye Daniel Whiston
2007 Series 2 Kyran Bracken Melanie Lambert
2008 Series 3 Suzanne Shaw Matt Evers
2009 Series 4 Ray Quinn Maria Filippov
2010 Series 5 Hayley Tamaddon Daniel Whiston
2011 Series 6 Sam Attwater Brianne Delcourt

Required element

In each show, there is an element that the skaters are required to perform as part of their routines. These required elements have included:

  • Assisted and unassisted jumps
  • Use of a prop
  • Forming a spiral position
  • Flying above the ice, suspended by a harness
  • A one footed spin
  • Shadow steps
  • Classic moves of Torvill and Dean, sometimes with a choice between them
  • Cross rolls
  • Toe step sequences
  • Pair spin
  • One unique move
  • Solo skate
  • Change of edge

Series

Series 1 (2006)

Dancing on Ice Series 1
Country United Kingdom
Network ITV
Original run 14 January 2006 – 4 March 2006
Celebrity winner Gaynor Faye
Professional winner Daniel Whiston
Next series Dancing on Ice Series 2

The first series began on Saturday 14 January 2006 and ended on Saturday 4 March 2006, including ten celebrity skaters.

Contestants

The contestants for the first season were:

Celebrity Occupation Professional partner Status
Tamara Beckwith Reality TV star Sergey Malyshev Eliminated 1st
Andi Peters Radio and television presenter Tamara Sharp Eliminated 2nd
Andrea McLean Loose Women anchorwoman and weathergirl Doug Webster Eliminated 3rd
John Barrowman Doctor Who Actor and Singer Olga Sharutenko Eliminated 4th
Sean Wilson Coronation Street star Marika Humphreys Eliminated 5th
Kelly Holmes Runner, Olympic gold medallist Todd Sand Eliminated 6th
David Seaman England football goalkeeper Pam O'Connor Eliminated 7th
Bonnie Langford Actress and dancer Matt Evers Third place
Stefan Booth Actor Kristina Lenko Second place
Gaynor Faye Actress Daniel Whiston Winner

Judges' scoring summary

Red numbers indicate the lowest score of the week
Green numbers indicate the highest score of the week
     indicates the couple that was in the skate off
     indicates the couple that was eliminated
     indicates the couple that won
     indicates that the couple came in second place
     indicates that the couple finished in third place
Couple Rank Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8
Gaynor & Daniel 1 15.5 17.5 20.5 23.5 20.0 23.5 26.5 25.0+27.0=52.0
Stefan & Kristina 2 17.5 17.5 18.0 18.0 20.0 25.5 23.5 25.5+25.0=50.5
Bonnie & Matt 3 21.5 23.5 21.5 27.0 21.5 27.0 23.5 28.5+27.5=56.0
David & Pam 4 16.0 20.5 17.5 16.0 22.5 17.0 21.5 Eliminated
Kelly & Todd 5 14.5 11.5 15.5 18.5 19.0 22.0 Eliminated
Sean & Marika 6 18.0 17.5 18.5 17.5 18.5 Eliminated
John & Olga 7 21.0 22.0 22.0 21.5 Eliminated
Andrea & Doug 8 16.5 14.5 18.0 Eliminated
Andi & Tamara 9 11.0 11.0 Eliminated
Tamara & Sergey 10 13.5 Eliminated

Average chart

Rank by
average
Competition
finish
Couple Total Number of
dances
Average
1 3 Bonnie & Matt 221.5 9 24.6
2 1 Gaynor & Daniel 199 9 22.1
3 7 John & Olga 86.5 4 21.6
4 2 Stefan & Kristina 190.5 9 21.2
5 4 David & Pam 114 6 19.0
6 6 Sean & Marika 90 5 18.0
7 5 Kelly & Todd 101 6 16.8
8 8 Andrea & Doug 49 3 16.3
9 10 Tamara & Sergey 13.5 1 13.5
10 9 Andi & Tamara 22 2 11.0

Sixes

Routine Nicky Krez Jason Karen Robin TOTAL
Bonnie (Flying) 6.0 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 28.5

Notes

  • Comedian Arabella Weir was due to take part but when she broke her wrist she was forced to withdraw. She was later replaced by actress Bonnie Langford.
  • Former butler Paul Burrell was also part of the original line-up, but was replaced by David Seaman just 8 days before the first live show, due to concerns over his skating ability.

In each series there will be an ensemble piece, with Jayne and Chris, the professional skaters, and the celebrities, performing a themed group number

  • Series 1, Week 4: Las Vegas Night
  • Series 2, Week 5: Country Western Night
  • Series 3, Week 6: Sixties Night
  • Series 4, Week 6: Eighties Night
  • Series 5, Week 5: Seventies Night
  • Series 5, Week 9: Movies & Films Night
  • Series 6, Week 5: Las Vegas Night
  • Series 6, Week 6: Musicals Night

Series 2 (2007)

Dancing on Ice Series 2
Country United Kingdom
Network ITV
Original run 20 January 2007 – 10 March 2007
Celebrity winner Kyran Bracken
Professional winner Melanie Lambert
Previous series Dancing on Ice Series 1
Next series Dancing on Ice Series 3

The second series began on Saturday 20 January 2007. In it, 11 celebrities competed, compared to ten in the first series. The final was held on Saturday 17 March 2007.

Contestants

The contestants for the second series were:

Celebrity Occupation Professional partner Status
Neil Fox Radio presenter and talent show judge Pam O'Connor Eliminated 1st
Phil Gayle Breakfast newsreader Natalia Pestova Eliminated 2nd
Ulrika Jonsson Television presenter Pavel Aubrecht Eliminated 3rd
Stephen Gately Singer, member of Boyzone Kristina Lenko Eliminated 4th
Kay Burley Sky newscaster Fred Palascak Eliminated 5th
Lisa Scott-Lee Singer, member of Steps Matt Evers Eliminated 6th
Lee Sharpe England footballer Frankie Poultney Eliminated 7th
Emily Symons Home And Away/Emmerdale Actress Daniel Whiston Eliminated 8th
Duncan James Television presenter and member of Blue Maria Filippov Third place
Clare Buckfield Actress Andrei Lipanov Second place
Kyran Bracken Rugby union player Melanie Lambert Winner

Judges' scoring summary

Red numbers indicate the lowest score of the week
Green numbers indicate the highest score of the week
     indicates the couple that was in the skate off
     indicates the couple that was eliminated
     indicates that the couple won
     indicates that the couple came in second place
     indicates that the couple came in third place
X indicates the couple who did not skate that week
Couple Rank Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9
Kyran & Melanie 1 22.0 23.0 22.5 26.0 27.0 27.0 28.0 29.5 25.0+27.0=52.0
Claire & Andrei 2 24.5 25.0 25.0 23.5 22.0 27.0 24.5 25.5 29.5+29.5=59.0
Duncan & Maria 3 21.0 22.0 19.5 21.5 24.5 23.5 25.5 24.5 26.0+27.0=53.0
Emily & Daniel 4 19.5 18.5 20.0 23.0 19.5 18.0 21.5 22.5 Eliminated
Lee & Frankie 5 18.5 18.5 20.5 19.5 23.5 24.0 22.5 Eliminated
Lisa & Matt 6 17.5 22.5 25.0 23.5 24.5 23.5 Eliminated
Kay & Fred 7 14.0 15.5 18.0 17.5 17.5 Eliminated
Stephen & Kristina 8 14.5 15.5 16.5 16.5 Eliminated
Ulrika & Pavel 9 21.0 17.5 17.5 Eliminated
Phil & Natalia 10 14.5 14.5 Eliminated
Neil & Pam 11 15.5 Eliminated

Average chart

Rank by
average
Competition
finish
Couple Total Number of
dances
Average
1 1 Kyran & Melanie 257 10 25.7
2 2 Claire & Andrei 256 10 25.6
3 3 Duncan & Maria 235 10 23.5
4 6 Lisa & Matt 136.5 6 22.8
5 5 Lee & Frankie 147 7 21.0
6 4 Emily & Daniel 162.5 8 20.3
7 9 Ulrika & Pavel 56 3 18.7
8 7 Kay & Fred 82.5 5 16.5
9 8 Stephen & Kristina 63 4 15.8
10 11 Neil & Pam 15.5 1 15.5
11 10 Phil & Natalia 29 2 14.5

Sixes

Routine Nicky Natalia Jason Karen Robin TOTAL
Kyran (Week 7) 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 28.0
Kyran (Semi-Final) 5.5 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 29.5
Clare (Flying) 6.0 6.0 5.5 6.0 6.0 29.5
Clare (Final) 5.5 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 29.5
Duncan (Final) 5.0 5.0 6.0 5.5 5.5 27.0
Kyran (Champion of Champions) 6.0 6.0 5.5 6.0 6.0 29.5

Notes

  • This was the first series where a six had been given out before the final
  • At the time, Kyran and Melanie had the highest ever score which was 29.5, receiving the 5.5 from Nicky Slater
  • Due to injury, the series started a week after expected
  • This was the first year when a tour followed straight after the series

Series 3 (2008)

Dancing on Ice Series 3
Country United Kingdom
Network ITV
Original run 20 January 2008 – 23 March 2008
Celebrity winner Suzanne Shaw
Professional winner Matt Evers
Previous series Dancing on Ice Series 2
Next series Dancing on Ice Series 4

The commissioning of the third series of Dancing on Ice was first confirmed by Phillip Schofield at the BAFTA awards.[8] The third series began on 13 January, moving to Sunday nights in the process and ended on 16 March, when Suzanne Shaw was confirmed as the winner. Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby returned to present.[9]

Contestants

The contestants for the third series were:

Celebrity Occupation Professional partner Status
Sarah Greene Television presenter Fred Palascak Eliminated 1st
Natalie Pinkham Sports television presenter Andrei Lipanov Eliminated 2nd
Michael Underwood Television presenter Melanie Lambert Withdrew
Samantha Mumba Singer Pavel Aubrecht Eliminated 3rd
Aggie MacKenzie How Clean Is Your House? co-presenter Sergey Malyshev Eliminated 4th
Tim Vincent Actor and television presenter Victoria Borzenkova Eliminated 5th
Steve Backley Javelin thrower, Olympic medallist Susie Lipanova Eliminated 6th
Linda Lusardi Page 3 model and Emmerdale Actress Daniel Whiston Eliminated 7th
Greg Rusedski Professional tennis player Kristina Lenko Eliminated 8th
Gareth Gates Singer Maria Filippov Eliminated 9th
Zaraah Abrahams Coronation Street star Fred Palascak Third place
Chris Fountain Hollyoaks star Frankie Poultney Second place
Suzanne Shaw West End star and member of Hear'say Matt Evers Winner

Judges' scoring summary

Red numbers indicate the lowest score of the week
Green numbers indicate the highest score of the week
     indicates the couple that was in the skate off
     indicates the couple that was eliminated
     indicates that the couple won
     indicates that the couple came in second place
     inicates the couple that came in third place
X indicates the couple who did not skate that week
Couple Rank Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10
Final
Suzanne & Matt 1 19.0 20.5 20.5 22.0 24.5 23.5 27.5 24.0 27.5 30.0+30.0=60.0
Chris & Frankie 2 20.0 20.0 23.5 25.0 27.0 24.5 27.0 27.0 29.0 25.5+29.0=54.5
Zaraah & Fred 3 X X 18.5 19.0 22.5 22.0 18.5 24.5 27.0 26.0+26.5=52.5
Gareth & Maria 4 17.5 19.5 19.5 20.5 20.0 23.0 23.0 25.5 24.5 Eliminated
Greg & Kristina 5 13.0 11.5 15.5 13.5 16.5 16.0 17.0 20.5 Eliminated
Linda & Daniel 6 16.5 16.5 16.5 17.0 15.5 19.0 19.0 Eliminated
Steve & Susie 7 15.0 15.0 14.5 14.5 17.0 18.0 Eliminated
Tim & Victoria 8 13.5 16.0 16.5 16.0 12.5 Eliminated
Aggie & Sergey 9 10.5 10.0 12.5 10.0 Eliminated
Samantha & Pavel 10 15.5 16.0 16.0 Eliminated
Michael & Melanie 11 16.5 16.5 Withdrew
Natalie & Andrei 12 15.0 14.0 Eliminated
Sarah & Fred 13 11.5 Eliminated

Average chart

Rank by
average
Competition
finish
Couple Total Number of
dances
Average
1 2 Chris & Frankie 277.5 11 25.2
2 1 Suzanne & Matt 269 11 24.5
3 3 Zaraah & Fred 204.5 9 22.7
4 4 Gareth & Maria 193 9 21.4
5 6 Linda & Daniel 120 7 17.1
6 11 Michael & Melanie 33 2 16.5
7 10 Samantha & Pavel 47.5 3 15.8
8 7 Steve & Susie 94 6 15.7
9 5 Greg & Kristina 123.5 8 15.4
10 8 Tim & Victoria 74.5 5 14.9
11 12 Natalie & Andrei 29 2 14.5
12 13 Sarah & Fred 11.5 1 11.5
13 9 Aggie & Sergey 43 4 10.8

Sixes

Routine Karen Nicky Jason Ruthie Robin TOTAL
Chris (Semi-Final) 5.5 6.0 5.5 6.0 6.0 29.0
Suzanne (Flying) 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 30.0
Chris (Final) 6.0 5.5 5.5 6.0 6.0 29.0
Suzanne (Final) 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 30.0

Notes

  • Michael and Melanie were forced to pull out of the competition due to Michael breaking his ankle during rehearsals for week three. Zaraah Abrahams was called in to perform as his replacement, partnered with Fred Palascak, who had been eliminated in week one
  • Aggie, being 52, was the oldest celebrity to participate in the show. She received the lowest score in every week she remained in the competition
  • Suzanne was the first celebrity in Dancing on Ice history to score full marks from the Judges gaining the perfect score of 30.0 twice in the final

Series 4 (2009)

Dancing on Ice returned on 11 January 2009 for a fourth series. Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby returned to present as well as Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean to mentor the celebs.

Contestants

The contestants for the fourth series were:

Celebrity Occupation Professional partner Status
Graeme Le Saux Former England and Chelsea player Kristina Lenko Eliminated 1st
(Men's round)
Gemma Bissix Former EastEnders and Hollyoaks actress Andrei Lipanov Eliminated 2nd
(Women's round)
Jeremy Edwards Former Holby City actor Darya Nucci Eliminated 3rd
Michael Underwood Television presenter Melanie Lambert Eliminated 4th
Todd Carty Former EastEnders and The Bill actor Susie Lipanova Eliminated 5th
Ellery Hanley Rugby League player Frankie Poultney Eliminated 6th
Melinda Messenger Glamour model and television presenter Fred Palascak Eliminated 7th
Roxanne Pallett Emmerdale actress Daniel Whiston Eliminated 8th
Zöe Salmon Former Blue Peter presenter Matt Evers Eliminated 9th
Coleen Nolan Loose Women panellist and singer Stuart Widdall Eliminated 10th
Jessica Taylor Singer, member of Liberty X Pavel Aubrecht Third place
Donal MacIntyre Investigative journalist Florentine Houdinière Second place
Ray Quinn Former Brookside actor and The X Factor runner-up Maria Filippov Winner

Series 5 (2010)

Series 5 began on 10 January 2010 with a fifth series. Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean returned to train the celebrities. Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby present the show. Karen Barber, Robin Cousins, Nicky Slater and Jason Gardiner are return to the judging panel, with singer Emma Bunton replacing West End star Ruthie Henshall.

In addition to the main show, there was also a new spin-off show called Dancing on Ice Friday which gives viewers the insight to the training of the celebrities. It was hosted by Ben Shephard and former contestant Coleen Nolan and broadcasted from 8 pm to 8.30 pm on Friday evenings on ITV.

Robin Cousins did not appear as a judge for 2 weeks from 14 February due to commentary commitments for the Winter Olympics, so Karen Barber was in charge of the panel during Robin's absence. Michael Ball covered for him for 14 February and Angela Rippon covered him on 21 February 2010.

Contestants

The contestants for the fifth series were:

Celebrity Occupation Professional partner Status
Sinitta Singer and aide to Simon Cowell Andrei Lipanov Eliminated 1st
(Women's round)
Bobby Davro Former EastEnders Actor and comedian Molly Moenkhoff Eliminated 2nd
(Men's round)
Jeremy Sheffield Former Holby City actor Susie Lipanova Eliminated 3rd
Tana Ramsay Cookbook author and wife of chef Gordon Ramsay Stuart Widdall Eliminated 4th
Heather Mills Matt Evers Eliminated 5th
Hilary Jones Daybreak/GMTV doctor Alexandra Schauman Eliminated 6th
Sharron Davies Former Olympic swimmer Pavel Aubrecht Eliminated 7th
Emily Atack Inbetweeners actress Fred Palascak Eliminated 8th
Mikey Graham Boyzone singer Melanie Lambert Eliminated 9th
Danny Young Former Coronation Street actor Frankie Poultney Eliminated 10th
Danniella Westbrook EastEnders actress Matthew Gonzalez Eliminated 11th
Kieron Richardson Hollyoaks actor Brianne Delcourt Third place
Gary Lucy Former The Bill actor Maria Filippov Second place
Hayley Tamaddon Former Emmerdale actress Daniel Whiston Winner

Series 6 (2011)

The sixth series started on 9 January 2011 and ended on 27 March 2011 with the following 16 celebrities taking part. Although 16 celebrities are confirmed to take part, in a shocking twist, only 12 celebrities will get to skate with 4 celebrities being eliminated before they have even skated in two shocking double eliminations. For the first time viewers in the Republic of Ireland can vote this year by logging onto the TV3 Ireland website.[10]

Contestants

The contestants for the sixth series are:

Celebrity Occupation Professional partner Status
Angela Rippon Former newsreader and television presenter Sean Rice Did Not Qualify
(Qualifying Round 1)
Nadia Sawalha Actress and television presenter Mark Hanretty Did Not Qualify
(Qualifying Round 1)
Craig McLachlan Former Neighbours/Home And Away actor Maria Filippov Did Not Qualify
(Qualifying Round 2)
Elen Rivas Model Łukasz Różycki Did Not Qualify
(Qualifying Round 2)
Steven Arnold Former Coronation Street actor Nina Ulanova Eliminated 1st
Dominic Cork Cricketer Alexandra Schauman Eliminated 2nd
Jennifer Metcalfe Hollyoaks actress Sylvain Longchambon Eliminated 3rd
Dave Vitty, 'Comedy''Comedy' Dave Vitty Radio 1 presenter Frankie Poultney Eliminated 4th
Kerry Katona Singer Daniel Whiston Eliminated 5th
Vanilla Ice American rapper and reality TV star Katie Stainsby Eliminated 6th
Denise Welch Actress and Loose Women panelist Matt Evers Eliminated 7th
Jeff Brazier Television presenter and reality TV star Isabelle Gauthier Eliminated 8th
Johnson Beharry Victoria Cross recipient soldier Jodeyne Higgins Eliminated 9th
Chloe Madeley Daughter Of Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan Michael Zenezini Third place
Laura Hamilton Children's television presenter Colin Ratushniak Second place
Sam Attwater Former EastEnders actor Brianne Delcourt Winner

Statistics

Top weekly scores

It must be mentioned that judges were considerably more generous with their marks in series one and two than in later series especially during the early weeks of the competition. A decision was made before series three began that marks in the early stages would begin far lower than previous years to show progression more effectively. In series 6 the scoring system changed to three judges and a mark out of 10. This must also be taken into account when comparing the average marks received by each skater over the course of the six series.

Show 1

  • 24.5 - Claire Buckfield & Andrei Lipanov, Series 2
  • 23.5 - Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov, Series 4
  • 22.0 - Kyran Bracken & Melanie Lambert, Series 2
  • 21.5 - Bonnie Langford & Matt Evers, Series 1
  • 21.0 - John Barrowman and Olga Sharutenko, Series 1
  • 21.0 - Duncan James and Maria Filippov, Series 2
  • 21.0 - Ulrika Jonsson and Pavel Aubrecht, Series 2

Show 2

  • 25.0 - Claire Buckfield & Andrei Lipanov, Series 2
  • 23.5 - Bonnie Langford & Matt Evers, Series 1
  • 23.0 - Kyran Bracken & Melanie Lambert, Series 2
  • 22.5 - Lisa Scott-Lee & Matt Evers, Series 2
  • 22.0 - John Barrowman & Olga Sharutenko, Series 1
  • 22.0 - Duncan James & Maria Filippov, Series 2

Show 3

  • 25.0 - Claire Buckfield & Andrei Lipanov, Series 2
  • 25.0 - Lisa Scott-Lee & Matt Evers, Series 2
  • 25.0 - Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov, Series 4
  • 25.0 - Sam Attwater & Brianne Delcourt, Series 6
  • 23.5 - Chris Fountain & Frankie Poultney, Series 3
  • 22.5 - Kyran Bracken & Melanie Lambert, Series 2
  • 22.0 - John Barrowman & Olga Sharutenko, Series 1
  • 21.5 - Bonnie Lanford & Matt Evers, Series 1

Show 4

  • 27.0 - Bonnie Langford & Matt Evers, Series 1
  • 26.0 - Kyran Bracken & Melanie Lambert, Series 2
  • 25.0 - Chris Fountain & Frankie Poultney, Series 3
  • 25.0 - Sam Attwater & Brianne Delcourt, Series 6
  • 24.0 - Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov, Series 4
  • 23.5 - Gaynor Faye & Daniel Whiston, Series 1
  • 23.5 - Claire Buckfield & Andrei Lipanov, Series 2
  • 23.5 - Lisa Scott-Lee & Matt Evers, Series 2

Show 5

  • 27.0 - Kyran Bracken & Melanie Lambert, Series 2
  • 27.0 - Chris Fountain & Frankie Poultney, Series 3
  • 26.5 - Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov, Series 4
  • 25.5 - Sam Attwater & Brianne Delcourt, Series 6
  • 24.5 - Duncan James & Maria Filippov, Series 2
  • 24.5 - Lisa Scott-Lee & Matt Evers, Series 2
  • 24.5 - Suzanne Shaw & Matt Evers, Series 3
  • 24.0 - Laura Hamilton & Colin Ratushniak, Series 6

Show 6

  • 30.0 - Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov, Series 4
  • 27.0 - Bonnie Langford & Matt Evers, Series 1
  • 27.0 - Kyran Bracken & Melanie Lambert, Series 2
  • 27.0 - Claire Buckfield & Andrei Lipanov, Series 2
  • 26.0 - Hayley Tammadon & Daniel Whiston, Series 5
  • 25.5 - Stefan Booth & Kristina Lenko, Series 1
  • 25.5 - Laura Hamilton & Colin Ratushniak, Series 6
  • 25.5 - Sam Attwater & Brianne Delcourt, Series 6
  • 24.5 - Chris Fountain & Frankie Poultney, Series 3

Show 7

  • 29.5 - Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov, Series 4
  • 28.0 - Kyran Bracken & Melanie Lambert, Series 2
  • 27.5 - Suzanne Shaw & Matt Evers, Series 3
  • 27.0 - Chris Fountain & Frankie Poultney, Series 3
  • 26.5 - Gaynor Faye & Daniel Whiston, Series 1

Show 8

  • 29.5 - Kyran Bracken & Melanie Lambert, Series 2
  • 28.5 - Bonnie Langford & Matt Evers, Series 1
  • 27.5 - Bonnie Langford & Matt Evers, Series 1
  • 27.0 - Gaynor Faye & Daniel Whiston, Series 1
  • 27.0 - Chris Fountain & Frankie Poultney, Series 3
  • 27.0 - Sam Attwater & Brianne Delcourt, Series 6
  • 26.0 - Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov, Series 4

Show 9

  • 30.0 - Hayley Tamaddon & Daniel Whiston, Series 5
  • 29.5 - Claire Buckfield & Andrei Lipanov, Series 2
  • 29.0 - Chris Fountain & Frankie Poultney, Series 3
  • 28.5 - Laura Hamilton & Colin Ratushniak, Series 6
  • 28.0 - Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov, Series 4

Show 10

  • 30.0 - Suzanne Shaw & Matt Evers, Series 3
  • 29.0 - Chris Fountain & Frankie Poultney, Series 3
  • 28.0 - Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov, Series 4
  • 27.5 - Danniella Westbrook & Matthew Gonzalez, Series 5
  • 27.0 - Chloe Madeley & Michael Zenizini, Series 6
  • 26.5 - Zaraah Abrahams & Fred Palascak, Series 3
  • 26.5 - Jessica Taylor & Pavel Aubrecht, Series 4
  • 26.5 - Hayley Tammadon & Daniel Whiston, Series 5

Show 11

  • 30.0 - Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov, Series 4
  • 28.0 - Laura Hamilton & Colin Ratushniak, Series 6
  • 28.0 - Sam Attwater & Brianne Delcourt, Series 6
  • 27.5 - Hayley Tammadon & Daniel Whiston, Series 5
  • 27.5 - Sam Attwater & Brianne Delcourt, Series 6
  • 26.5 - Laura Hamilton & Colin Ratushniak, Series 6
  • 26.0 - Jessica Taylor & Pavel Aubrecht, Series 4
  • 25.5 - Donal MacIntyre & Florentine Houdiniere, Series 4
  • 24.5 - Gary Lucy & Maria Filippov, Series 5

Show 12

  • 30.0 - Hayley Tammadon & Daniel Whiston, Series 5
  • 30.0 - Laura Hamilton & Colin Ratushniak, Series 6
  • 29.5 - Sam Attwater & Brianne Delcourt, Series 6
  • 29.0 - Hayley Tammadon & Daniel Whiston, Series 5
  • 28.5 - Chloe Madeley & Michael Zenezini, Series 6
  • 28.5 - Sam Attwater & Brianne Delcourt, Series 6
  • 26.0 - Laura Hamilton & Colin Ratushniak, Series 6
  • 25.5 - Chloe Madeley & Michael Zenezini, Series 6
  • 25.0 - Gary Lucy & Maria Filippov, Series 5
  • 24.5 - Gary Lucy & Maria Filippov, Series 5
  • 24.5 - Kieron Richardson & Brianne Delcourt, Series 5

Prop week

  • 28.0 - Kyran Bracken & Melanie Lambert, Series 2
  • 27.5 - Danniella Westbrook & Matthew Gonzalez, Series 5
  • 27.0 - Bonnie Langford & Matt Evers, Series 1
  • 27.0 - Chris Fountain & Frankie Poultney, Series 3
  • 27.0 - Chloe Madeley & Michael Zenizini, Series 6
  • 26.5 - Hayley Tammadon & Daniel Whiston, Series 5
  • 26.0 - Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov, Series 4

Flying routine/ showcase routine

  • 30.0 - Suzanne Shaw & Matt Evers, Series 3
  • 30.0 - Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov, Series 4
  • 29.5 - Claire Buckfield & Andrei Lipanov, Series 2
  • 29.5 - Sam Attwater & Brianne Delcourt, Series 6
  • 29.0 - Hayley Tammadon & Daniel Whiston, Series 5
  • 28.5 - Bonnie Langford & Matt Evers, Series 1
  • 26.0 - Duncan James & Maria Filippov, Series 2
  • 26.0 - Zaraah Abrahams & Fred Palascak, Series 3
  • 26.0 - Laura Hamilton & Colin Ratushniak, Series 6
  • 25.5 - Stefan Booth & Kristina Lenko, Series 1
  • 25.5 - Chris Fountain & Frankie Poultney, Series 3
  • 25.5 - Jessica Taylor & Pavel Aubrecht, Series 4
  • 25.5 - Chloe Madeley & Michael Zenezeni, Series 6

Favourite routine

  • 30.0 - Suzanne Shaw & Matt Evers, Series 3
  • 30.0 - Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov, Series 4
  • 30.0 - Hayley Tammadon & Daniel Whiston, Series 5
  • 30.0 - Laura Hamilton & Colin Ratushniak, Series 6
  • 29.5 - Claire Buckfield & Andrei Lipanov, Series 2
  • 29.0 - Chris Fountain & Frankie Poultney, Series 3
  • 28.5 - Sam Attwater & Brianne Delcourt, Series 6
  • 28.5 - Chloe Madeley & Michael Zenezini, Series 6
  • 27.5 - Bonnie Langford & Matt Evers, Series 1
  • 27.0 - Gaynor Faye & Daniel Whiston, Series 1
  • 27.0 - Kyran Bracken & Melanie Lambert, Series 2
  • 27.0 - Duncan James & Maria Filippov, Series 2

Record scores top 5

Highest scores

  • 30.0:
Suzanne Shaw & Matt Evers, Christmas Special
Suzanne Shaw & Matt Evers, Series 3, Final, (twice)
Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov, Series 4, Week 6
Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov, Series 4, Final, (twice)
Hayley Tamaddon & Daniel Whiston, Series 5 Week 9
Hayley Tamaddon & Daniel Whiston, Series 5, Final
Laura Hamilton & Colin Ratushniak, Series 6, Final
  • 29.5:
Clare Buckfield& Andrei Lipanov, Series 2, Final, (twice)
Kyran Bracken & Melanie Lambert, Series 2, Week 8
Ray Quinn & Maria Filippov, Series 4, Week 7
Sam Attwater & Brianne Delcourt, Series 6, Final
  • 29.0:
Chris Fountain & Frankie Poultney, Series 3, Week 9 and Final
Hayley Tamaddon & Daniel Whiston, Series 5, Final
  • 28.5:
Bonnie Langford & Matt Evers, Series 1, Final
Laura Hamilton & Colin Ratushniak, Series 6, Week 9
Chloe Madeley & Michael Zenezini, Series 6, Final
Sam Attwater & Brianne Delcourt, Series 6, Final
  • 28.0:
Laura Hamilton & Colin Ratushniak, Series 6, week 11
Sam Attwater & Brianne Delcourt, Series 6, week 11

Lowest scores

  • 7.0:
Steven Arnold & Nina Ulanova, Series 6, Week 1 & Week 3
  • 7.5:
Todd Carty & Susie Lipanova, Series 4, Week 1 and Week 4
Hilary Jones & Alexandra Schauman, Series 5, Week 3
  • 8.5:
Todd Carty & Susie Lipanova, Series 4, Week 5
  • 9.0:
Nadia Sawalha & Mark Hanretty, Series 6, Week 1
Craig McLachlan & Maria Filippov, Series 6, Week 2
Denise Welch & Matt Evers, Series 6, Week 3
Kerry Katona & Daniel Whiston, Series 6, week 7
  • 9.5:
Todd Carty & Susie Lipanova, Series 4, Week 3
Dave Vitty & Frankie Poultney, Series 6, Week 3

Guest singers

Spin-offs

Like many other reality TV shows, Dancing on Ice has had a number of supplementary shows. The first was Dancing on Ice Defrosted. It was presented by Stephen Mulhern and aired on ITV2 immediately after the main ITV show and again after the results show. The show featured opinions from celebrity guests and past contestants as well as from Torvill and Dean, the judges, hosts and competitors. Judge Nicky Slater also offered in-depth analysis of various performances using the latest video technology that the judges use to judge performances.

The second spin-off show was originally called Dancing on Ice Extra and was presented by Andi Peters and Andrea McLean, both competitors in the first series. Midway through the first series Paul O'Grady left ITV to join Channel 4 meaning that ITV had no show to put on air at 5 pm. The format of Dancing on Ice Defrosted was modified so that it could be broadcast every weekday. Due to Andrea's maternity leave during the second series she did not return to present the show and therefore Ben Shephard joined the show as the anchor presenter, and, unlike during the previous, series Andi Peters was now a roving reporter around the studio. For its second run the show was renamed Dancing on Ice Exclusive.

Neither of these first two spin-off shows returned in 2008 nor 2009.

In 2010 it was announced that a new spin-off show would accompany Dancing on Ice, named Dancing on Ice Friday, hosted by Ben Shephard and Coleen Nolan.

Champion of Champions

This took place on Saturday 24 March 2007 and featured finalists from both Series 1 and Series 2. All six celebrities did one routine each, scored by the judges, and then voted on by the public. The two couples finishing first after the public voted skated again in the skate off to decide the winner. The skaters that did not reach the skate off - 3rd to 6th - were announced "in no particular order", so ranks may not be accurate.

Place Celebrity Partner Position on Dancing on Ice Score
1st Kyran Bracken Melanie Lambert Series 2 winner 6.0+6.0+5.5+6.0+6.0= 29.5
2nd Clare Buckfield Andrei Lipanov Series 2 runner-up 5.5+5.5+4.5+5.0+5.5=26.0
3rd Bonnie Langford Matt Evers Series 1 third place (final) 5.0+5.5+5.5+5.5+5.0=26.5
4th Duncan James Maria Filippov Series 2 third place (final) 4.5+5.5+5.5+5.5+5.0=26.0
5th Gaynor Faye Daniel Whiston Series 1 winner 5.0+5.5+5.0+5.0+5.0=25.5
6th Stefan Booth Kristina Lenko Series 1 runner-up 4.5+5.0+4.0+4.5+4.5= 22.5

Dancing on Ice at Christmas 2008

For Christmas 2008, Torvill and Dean went head to head with Jayne Torvill having a team of three female celebrities, and Christopher Dean having a team of three male celebrities. The judges were the usual line-up of Robin Cousins, Ruthie Henshall, Jason Gardiner, Karen Barber and Nicky Slater. Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield presented the 90-minute programme.

Place Celebrity Partner Position on Dancing on Ice Score
1st Suzanne Shaw Matt Evers Series 3 winner 6.0+6.0+6.0+6.0+6.0= 30.0
2nd Chris Fountain Frankie Poultney Series 3 runner-up 6.0+6.0+5.0+5.5+5.5=28.0
3rd Kyran Bracken Melanie Lambert Series 2 winner 5.5+5.5+5.0+5.5+5.5=27.0
4th Clare Buckfield Pavel Aubrecht Series 2 runner-up 5.5+5.5+4.5+5.0+5.5=26.0
5th Duncan James Maria Filippov Series 2 third place 5.0+5.0+5.0+5.0+4.5=24.5
6th Zaraah Abrahams Fred Palascak Series 3 third place 5.0+4.5+4.5+5.0+5.0= 24.0

Team Torvill scored 80 points to Team Dean's 79.5 and won the show by also receiving the majority of the audience votes.

Suzanne Shaw received the perfect score of 30 for the third time in a row. In her last two appearances on the show she has picked up the trophy.

Dancing on Ice: Make Me a Star

A 30-minute prime time spin-off to Dancing on Ice premiered on 26 January 2008 and ran for a few episodes, hosted solely by Holly Willoughby. This both showed some exclusive footage of the celebrities training for the Sunday night main show and followed Torvill and Dean on the search for a member of the public to perform on the Dancing on Ice final in 2009.[16] Shows:

Dancing on Ice: Ice Star

This was shown after the announcement of the bottom two had been made but before the skate off. It showed Torvill and Dean's search for an entertainment act on ice, with auditions from all kinds of ice skaters. The winner skated live on the Dancing on Ice 2009 final and join Torvill and Dean on tour.

From a shortlist of 20 acts, Torvill and Dean invited only 4 back to give another performance in the Dancing on Ice studio. The final 4 were:

  • Hannah and Daniel - Child pairs skaters
  • Nick Rigby - Figure skater
  • The Oxford Freestylers - Stunt and trick performers
  • The Elody - Skating girlband

The best skater to slip through the net was Grimsby born Daniel Bennett who initially impressed Christopher Dean on his first audition. Controversially however Jane Torvil denied him entry after his cataclismic fall on the quarter finals just metres away from the legendary skating duo.

The Oxford Freestylers won and performed live on the Dancing on Ice 2009 final.

Dancing on Ice Friday

A brand new spin-off show for the 2010 series of Dancing On Ice appropriately called Dancing on Ice Friday will give viewers the insight to the training of the celebrities over the last week. It is hosted by Ben Shephard and former contestant and Loose Women star Coleen Nolan. The show is broadcast from 8 pm to 8.30 pm on Friday evenings on ITV throughout the duration of the main shows season.

Dancing on Ice: The Tour

Merchandise

  • A DVD, featuring highlights from Series 1, and a CD, containing music from Series 1, were released shortly after it ended. A highlights DVD for Series 2 was released on 2 April 2007 and a Series 3 highlights DVD was released on 7 April 2008. There was no Highlights DVD released for Series 4. The Series 5 Highlights DVD was released on 12 April 2010 and the Live Tour 2010 DVD was released on 29 November 2010. A compilation boxset of highlights of Series 1-5 has also been released.
  • The Live Tours are also filmed at a different location each year by Live Nation UK Ltd who own the rights to the tours and released on DVD by Universal Media. The Live 25th Bolero Anniversary Tour DVD was released in November 2009.

References

  1. ^ "Company credits for Dancing on Ice". http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0499383/companycredits. 
  2. ^ Judges - Karen Barber ITV - Dancing on Ice
  3. ^ "Dancing on Thin Ice". London: Telegraph. 28 August 2007. Archived from the original on 28 November 2007. http://web.archive.org/web/20071128051553/http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/ukcorrespondents/neilmidgley/august07/dancing-on-thin-ice.htm. Retrieved 30 December 2007. 
  4. ^ TV ratings: March 16 - Dancing on Ice final wins for ITV | Media | The Guardian]
  5. ^ Dancing on Ice - News - Torvill and Dean get £1.5m 'Dancing' deal Digital Spy]
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  7. ^ Top Programmes BARB
  8. ^ "Dancing on Ice series 3". Digital Spy. 21 May 2007. http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tv/a58080/baftas-in-video-phillip-schofield.html. Retrieved 21 May 2006. 
  9. ^ "About the show". itv.com. 5 December 2007. http://www.itv.com/entertainment/reality/dancingonice/allabouttheshow. Retrieved 2007-12-30. 
  10. ^ "Dancing On Ice - TV3". Tv3.ie. http://tv3.ie/dancing_on_ice.php. Retrieved 2011-03-27. 
  11. ^ Take That on Dancing On Ice Metro, 16 February 2007
  12. ^ Westlife - Official News
  13. ^ Leona Lewis' blades of glory The Sun, 29 February 2008
  14. ^ Pixie Lott sings 'Cry Me Out' on Dancing On Ice 2010 Unreality TV, 7 February 2010
  15. ^ Pixie Lott opens Dancing on Ice with Kings of Leon classic STV, 9 February 2010
  16. ^ "Dancing on Ice: Make Me a Star". itv.com. 16 January 2008. http://www.itv.com/entertainment/reality/dancingonice/latestnews/articles/newshow. Retrieved 18 January 2008. 

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