This Sunday, The twelve remaining Dancing on Ice contestants will take part in a twist called ‘The Duel’
The twelve celebs will be put into pairs and will perform on the ice at the same time, sharing the same music, but will perform different routines.
The judges – Louie, Katarina and Robin – will then choose one act from each performance to be given immunity from elimination. It means that only six acts will face the public vote on Sunday.
The pairs have been drawn up based on their places on last Sunday’s Leaderboard: Matthew Wolfenden and Jorgie Porter, Andy Whyment and Rosemary Conley, Heidi Range and Charlene Tilton, Jennifer Ellison and Sébastian Foucan, Chico and Sam Nixon and Corey Feldman and Chemmey Alcott.
The two celebrities with the lowest votes from the public will skate again, with the judges deciding who’ll leave the competition for good.
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