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Celebrity contenders for Dancing On Ice 2021 revealed?

Celebrity contenders for Dancing On Ice 2021 revealed?
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The potential contestants taking part in the next series of Dancing On Ice are reportedly revealed.

TV presenter and singer Denise Van Outen and former footballer Wayne Bridge are reportedly in contention for the next series of Dancing On Ice.

Producers have begun holding tryouts for the next run at the Slough Ice Arena, and pictures published in The Sun show Van Outen and ex-Chelsea left-back Bridge arriving to audition.

Other famous faces auditioning included former heptathlete Denise Lewis, ex-swimmer Mark Foster, darts superstar Fallon Sherrock, Blue singer Antony Costa, 'Allo 'Allo! star Vicki Michelle and singer Toyah Willcox.

Reality stars hoping to impress included Drag Race UK's Baga Chipz, Doctor Alex George, Love Island's Luke Trotman, TOWIE's Billie Faiers and Made In Chelsea star Olivia Bentley.

This Morning presenter Lisa Maxwell, vlogger LadBaby, Sketch from Tattoo Fixers and comedian Rufus Hound completed the lineup.

"Everyone was in high spirits and excited to be working again," a source told the newspaper. "Places on a primetime show are lucrative and contestants get a huge career boost by taking part.

"There are likely to be other auditions for celebrities based in more remote areas, and even abroad."

The new series is expected to air on ITV from January.

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