Dancing on Ice host Holly Willoughby has opened up on the one thing that she has by no means been capable of watch on the show.
The ITV programme was put on ‘pause’ at the weekend after a mounting harm disaster, with the normal reside show changed by a ‘better of’ look again, which shone a lightweight on a few of the most memorable moments from the previous 15 years.
Dancing on Ice began again in 2006, with its first champion being Coronation Street star Gaynor Faye and different Dancing on Ice winners over the years together with Ray Quinn, Joe Swash and Beth Tweddle.
Sunday’s The Greatest Show on Ice was narrated by Holly and co-host Phillip Schofield, with the duo sharing their very own anecdotes and reminiscences from their time at the helm.
And it was on watching numerous celebrities try the extremely harmful ‘headbanger’ transfer that Holly confessed she has but to see a single one on the rink as she all the time outs her arms over her face when she is aware of it should completely satisfied.
Talking about how they all the time wow viewers, Phillip joked: “But you’ve got by no means seen a single one!”
The head banger, which sees the feminine skater swung perilously near the ice is so harmful it isn’t allowed in skating championships however the likes of Melody Thornton, Maura Higgins and Suzanne Shaw have all completed it on Dancing on Ice, with collection 3 champion Suzanne upping the ante by including a twist in hers.
It carries such a threat that the feminine celebs put on helmets when practising it in coaching.
At the finish of Sunday’s ‘better of’ particular, Holly and Phillip revealed that Dancing on Ice reside exhibits will return on Sunday, February 28 with a Movie Week theme.