Dancing On Ice has announced the songs its second group of celebrities will be skating to this weekend.
The 2023 series of the ITV1 contest got off to a flying start last weekend when the first six of the eleven couples made their debut on the rink.
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On Sunday, viewers will see the remaining five couples take to the ice to show off their first routine in the competition.
Fans of the show wondering what they'll be treated to this week have been offered a teaser of the live show with the song line-up that will provide this weekend's soundtrack to the skating.
This Sunday, five more Celebrities and their pros will take to the ice for their first skate... but what music will they get them moving? 👯⛸️ #DancingOnIce continues Sunday at 6:30pm on ITV1 and ITVX pic.twitter.com/K6xBmQ2ZuO
— Dancing on Ice (@dancingonice) January 19, 2023
In a video posted to social media, the excited couples revealed what they would be skating to in their first appearances.
Comedian Darren Harriott and his partner Tippy Packard are set to skate to Fireball by Pitbull, while actor Carley Stenson announced that she and Mark Hanretty would perform to Say You Love Me by Jessie Ware.
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Coronation Street's Mollie Gallagher and her skating partner Sylvain Longchambon will take to the ice to Angel Eyes by ABBA.
Former footballer John Fashanu and partner Alexandra Schauman are going for a sport theme with Eat My Goal by Collapsed Lung, while RuPaul's Drag Race star The Vivienne and partner Colin Grafton complete the line-up to Strong Enough by Cher.
Love Island winner Ekin-Su Culculoglu was the shock bottom placed contestant with partner Brendyn Hatfield after last week's series debut, where they skated to Britney Spears' Toxic and included a crawl across the ice in tribute to her famous Love Island scene.
After placing last from the public vote and judges' scores combined, the pair were told they would face the first skate off of the series against whichever couple comes last this Sunday.
The losers of the skate off will then leave the competition first, so there is everything to skate for in this weekend's show.
Dancing On Ice continues on Sunday at 6.30pm on ITV1.