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She is preparing to compete in Dancing On Ice, which will begin on January 17.
And Myleene Klass has revealed how grateful she is to be able to participate in the show Thursday after the nation sank into its third lockdown.
The 42-year-old presenter went to the ice rink with her skating partner Lukasz Rozycki, where she detailed the safety precautions the DOI team has taken to ensure the show continues.
‘If I fall flat on my face, one or both, it’s a miracle to be on the ice and come to a complete stop, so thanks for the people who keep it going, so I can do it!
“This program has had the shortest rehearsal / teaching time in its history, which is a testament that everyone continues to make it possible.”
‘I’m like Elsa’: Myleene wrote: ‘Feeling supremely grateful to everyone that has kept this show going. The crew, the show, the ice rinks’
“Really amazing what everyone has done, team building, costumes from afar, film crews, logistics drivers, production, professional skaters living apart from everyone, health and safety.”
ITV assured fans on Wednesday that the show will return as planned to provide some entertainment during the latest lockout, however some new precautions will be taken, including methacrylate splits between judges and no audience.
The news comes amid claims that celebrities and their pro skating partners were concerned about the arrival of the coronavirus on the show and its cancellation.
Confirming the return of the hit series, ITV tweeted: ‘Confirmed: Dancing on Ice returns Sunday, January 17 at 6pm on ITV.
“Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby return once again to present the show and expert ice panel of Torvill and Dean, John Barrowman and Ashley Banjo.”
Amazed: ‘This show has had the least rehearsal/ teaching time in its history which is a testament to everyone still making it happen.’
The show’s January 17 air date had previously been revealed just before Christmas and before the latest restrictions for the pandemic.
Stars trying to impress with their new skating skills include Billie Faiers, Denise Van Outen, Sonny Jay, and Jason Donovan.
In an attempt to keep things as safe as possible, ITV confirmed to MailOnline that they will place puzzling divisions between the judges and will also be left without a hearing at Bovingdon Airfield in Hertfordshire.
Although they don’t have members of the audience to cheer them on, the star’s fellow contestants will sit separately in the audience to watch the show.
While a source told The Sun: ‘ITV showed they could do it with I’m A Celebrity and now they are doing it again with Dancing On Ice.
“They made big changes to the studio, including the judging panel and the audience, and they hope this, as well as their daily surveillance, is enough to keep it on the air.”
Confirmation of the show’s return also comes after a source claimed that even though the series will be making a comeback, things may not be as smooth as usual in preparation.
The celebrity cast and professional skaters are also reportedly concerned that COVID-19 could interfere with filming and lead to the show being canceled.
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Myleene says: ‘My girls have always wanted me to do this but I’ve always been too scared someone will skate over my fingers!’