The final show was eventually won by Ray Quinn, who had also come first in the fourth series.
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Just when we were all starting to think we’d seen the back of ITV’s celebrity skating competition, Dancing on Ice could be set to make a return, according to judge Jayne Torvill.
The skater – and one half of Torvill and Dean – has claimed that the entertainment show is making a comeback, telling The Sun, “I love that it’s coming back, it’s great news – I’m really looking forward to it.
There’s a new bar to set when the show returns.” ITV refused to comment when Radio asked whether Torvill's claims were true, although rumours of a Dancing on Ice return have been circulating for several weeks now.
Torvill and Dean starred in every series of the show, which ran for nine series from 2006 until its final run in 2014; Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby hosted the show until series seven, when Christine Bleakley took over alongside Schofield.
We kept it a friends-and-business relationship, probably the secret to our partnership.
Jayne Torvill's 1984 Olympic gold-winning performance with Dean received the highest possible score and is the only time that an all-perfect score has been achieved.
Perviously, rumours were flying about the show's return and now it has been confirmed that ITV bosses are set to bring back 'Dancing on Ice' and the figure skater along with her Olympic partner, Christopher Dean to reprise their role as mentors.
According to The Sun, Jayne has revealed that she has her sights on England player, Steven Gerrard, to compete on the show!
The 2014 season marked the 30th anniversary of the pair's world-famous Bolero routine, which they first performed at the 1984 Olympics.