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Dancing On Ice replaces three professional skaters for new series

Dancing On Ice replaces three professional skaters for new series
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Hamish Gaman, Yebin Mok and Klabera Komini are axed from the professional lineup ahead of the new series of Dancing On Ice.

Hamish Gaman, Yebin Mok and Klabera Komini will not be returning as part of the professional lineup on Dancing On Ice, ITV has confirmed.

The trio have been dropped from the 2022 series in favour of three newcomers, competitive figure skaters Morgan Swales, Tippy Packard and Colin Grafton.

Swales, who credits watching Dancing On Ice as a child for the reason she got into skating, has recently been seen on the Netflix series Zero Chill.

Packard is a three-time Hong Kong champion, while Grafton has competed internationally for the USA as a pairs skater.

Returning professionals for the new series include Matt Evers, Alexandra Shauman, Lukasz Rozycki, Andy Buchanan, Robin Johnstone, Mark Hanretty, Brendyn Hatfield, Vanessa Bauer, Karina Manta, Joe Johnson and Angela Egan.

The full lineup of celebrities taking part has already been revealed, with Coronation Street's Sally Dynevor, rugby star Ben Foden and singer Rachel Stevens among those on board.

The new series starts on ITV in January.

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