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Dancing on Ice winners now - Emmerdale 'race row', co-star romance and career U-turn
Dancing on Ice has been entertaining audiences since it first hit screens in 2006 with a catalogue of stars bravely showcasing their skills on the popular ITV show.Although some contestants give rather shaky performances throughout their time on the programme, many others have pushed boundaries and impressed fans in order to be crowned the winner of their series.While some unlikely candidates manage to make their way to the top.But as the final of this year's series approaches on Sunday March, 27, Daily Star has taken a look back at some of the previous winners and where they are now.Former Coronation Street actress Gaynor Faye was the first-ever celeb to be crowned the winner of Dancing on Ice back in 2006.Gaynor took on the skating challenge alongside her partner Daniel Whiston and was under the watchful eye of judges Robin Cousins, Karen Barber, Nicky Slater, Jason Gardiner and Karen Kresge.After her spectacular win, the star continued acting and landed a role in ITV's Emmerdale where she played the role of Megan Macey from 2012 to 2019.In March 2021, Gaynor appeared in the BBC One drama The Syndicate as Cheryl Armitage.Former Hear'Say singer Suzanne Shaw was crowned the Dancing on Ice winner in 2008 alongside figure skater Matt Evers.Both of Suzanne's final performances scored a perfect 30/30, which was the first time that score had been given on the programme.Following her Dancing on Ice success, Suzanne continued to work in musical theatre.In 2009, she took part in the tour for The Vagina Monologues throughout the summer alongside actresses Jessie Wallace, Wendi Peters and Sue Holderness.
Dancing on Ice's most embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions - racy nip slip to top blunder
Dancing on Ice has been known to deliver an array of dazzling, showstopping costumes. With celebrities squeezing into the daringly tight ensembles, the show's wardrobe department is often tasked with delivering the best fashion outfits to coincide with the star's routines.But this isn't always an easy task and sometimes celebs are faced with wardrobe malfunctions on the night of their performance.And like most people know, with live television anything can happen.So as the finals of Dancing on Ice draws approaches, Daily Star has taken a look at the most embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions in the show's history.Baywatch star Pamela Anderson is known for her busty displays and risque outfits but the blonde bombshell didn't expect her costume to fail her during the dreaded skate-off in 2013.Competing against Keith Chegwin for her chance to remain in the competition, Pamela was thrown off track when her dress started to fall down.As Pamela skated on the ice with confidence in her low-cut dress, part of her breast could be seen as she was flung around by her partner Matt Evers.But thankfully, the 54 year old had petal plasters carefully placed on her nipples to conceal them at the time.Unfortunately, Pamela was voted off despite her promising start on the show.Disappointed with the results, the Hollywood star seemed to insinuate that her malfunction may have taken place on purpose.Talking on This Morning she said: "I’m still in shock.
Corrie's Sally Dynevor eliminated from Dancing On Ice as she admits it was 'time'
Coronation Street legend Sally Dynevor is the sixth celebrity to be booted off ITV skating show Dancing On Ice following a tense skate-off with Kye Whyte.Though she has remained a firm favourite with fans throughout the competition, Sally's salon-inspired failed to impress the judges enough to save her this time around.She performed to the Carpenters hit We've Only Just Begun in the skate-off with her professional partner Matt Evers.Sally's eviction comes after Happy Mondays legend Bez was booted out of the competition last week after splitting the judging panel between the maraca-toting dancer and actress Sally.Also not making it through to the final round in previous weeks were Love Islander Liberty Poole - who unfortunately fell over during her final routine - S Club 7 singer Rachel Stevens, TV presenter Ria Hebden and rugby champ Ben Foden.Speaking to hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby before the result was even announced, Sally admitted: "That was so much fun, but I think it's time for me to go." It comes after Sally - who is best known for playing Sally Metcalfe on the cobbles of Coronation Street - spoke out about the confidence the show has given her. She told the Sunday Mirror: "I think when you get to a certain age you start to lose confidence in yourself.
Dancing on Ice fans excited as they spot iconic Corrie couple in studio audience
Dancing on Ice fans have spotted an epic reunion of former Coronation Street lovebirds.Sunday night's episode saw Weatherfield legend Sally Dynevor take to the ice alongside Matt Evers and perform a routine skate to the Trolley Song from Meet Me In St Louis as part of the show's movie week programme.Sally, 58, was supported by two of her real-life children who were sat in the live studio audience.She was supported by her soap kids as well.The actress was cheered on by Brooke Vincent, who played her onscreen daughter Sophie Webster in Coronation Street before confirming her extended break from the soap last month.Brooke was joined in the audience by her former onscreen love interest Sacha Parkinson, who portrayed Sophie's first girlfriend Sian Powers.Posting to Twitter in response, Dancing on Ice viewers could hardly contain their excitement.One fan wrote: "Is that Sian next to Sophie from Corrie?!"Another commented: "Sally looks absolutely beautiful and aww Brooke and Sacha are there for support."Brooke and Sacha memorably portrayed Coronation Street's first lesbian couple, Sophie and Sian.Their characters caused quite the stir when they progressed from friends to lovers in 2009 though their romance was ultimately short-lived.Sacha Parkinson quit the soap in 2011, leading to the breakdown of Sophie and Sian's relationship.The pair were engaged and set to wed but Sophie struggled with her vows at the alter, leaving a devastated Sian to flee Weatherfield.Also in attendance to support Sally at Dancing on Ice were Corrie actresses Samia Longchambon and Jane Danson.Sally scored 26 out of 40 from the judges and skated through to this weekend's upcoming show.Ria Hebden became the second star eliminated from the series after