Last week, ITV confirmed the twelve celebrities set to take part in Dancing On Ice 2022. With the show set to kick off in January, they’re already in training for the challenge. However, they’re not the only ones, as the show also has a couple of celebs in reserve in case any of the main cast have to drop out.
Dancing On Ice 2022 reserves
According to The Sun, Blue singer Antony Costa is one of the reserves—and he’s said to be none too pleased he didn’t make the cut as part of the original line-up. A source told the tabloid:
Antony was really excited about skating on Dancing On Ice. It was a big TV comeback for him and would have been a nice money earner. He was a little surprised and gutted to not make the main celebrity line-up. And to be honest he wasn't the only one. A few people working on the show and at ITV thought he would have been great for the show.
However, there’s still every chance Antony could appear on Dancing On Ice 2022. Last year, both Amy Tinkler and Matt Richardson were called up to join the show as reserves after Denise Van Outen and Rufus Hound were forced to withdraw from the show due to injury.
The other reserve celeb for Dancing On Ice 2022 is said to be former Top Of The Pops presenter Jayne Middlemiss—who has appeared on a string of reality shows including Celebrity Masterchef and Celebrity Love Island.
Dancing On Ice 2022 line-up
The starting line-up for Dancing On Ice 2022 features Love Island star Liberty Poole, rugby player Ben Foden, Corrie actor Sally Dynevor, Lorraine presenter Ria Hebden, BMX Olympian Kye Whyte, S Club star Rachel Stevens, dancer Regan Gascoigne (son of Paul), Paralympic track and field star Stef Reid, Bez from the Happy Mondays, The Vamps singer Connor Ball, ex-Strictly dancer Brendan Cole and ex-Pussycat Doll Kimberley Wyatt.