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Dancing on Ice is almost over for 2022 and there is a final look at the celebrities from the lineup ranked as the favourites to win the series as we look at who will win Dancing On Ice 2022?
Twelve celebrities have competed in the TV studio ice rink for the 14th series of the hit ITV show with regular hosts Holly Willoughby (opens in new tab) and Philip Schofield (opens in new tab) making a return to our screens.
The stars have long since been confirmed (opens in new tab), with celebrities having fine-tuned their skating skills behind closed doors, attempting to master spins, jumps, and those nailbiting headbangers in the hope that they're not voted off. (opens in new tab)..
Who will win Dancing on Ice 2022?
Regan Gascoigne is still BetVictor's favourite to win Dancing on Ice and has been since the show started. Regan is the clear frontrunner with odds of 1/2 to win the competition. Regan is closely followed by fellow professional dancers, Brendan Cole 11/4 and Kimberly Wyatt 9/2.
Regan is a 25-year-old dancer and the youngest of Dad Paul’s three children.
Six celebrity skaters and their professional partners took to the ice to impress judges in week one, with the remaining six contestants having skated in week two.
Ben Foden and Robin Johnstone faced Ria Hebden & Łukasz Różycki in the skate off and it was Ben Foden was the first elimination. Second, to leave the contest was Ria Hebden. The third celebrity to leave was Rachel Stevens and the fourth celeb to be voted out was Liberty Poole. Fifth skater to leave was Bez and Sally Dynevor became the sixth contestant to leave the show. Stefanie Reid became the seventh person to be voted off Dancing on Ice. The eighth and ninth celebrity to leave was Kye Whyte and Connor Ball.
Sam Boswell, a spokesperson at BetVictor (opens in new tab), said, "As many would have guessed, the celebrities who reached the finals in Dancing On Ice are those with a professional dance background.
"In last week's semi-final singer and Pussycat Doll, Kimberly Wyatt, received the highest marks from the judges. Wyatt has received the top score throughout most of the competition. Despite this, Wyatt didn't receive support from the British public and still ended up in the bottom three. Unfortunately, Wyatt has the lowest odds of winning the competition.
"Regan Gascoigne has been BeVictor's Favourite to win for most of the competition. Now that the Olympians and Reality TV Stars have left the competition, Regan's odds of winning have further increased and currently stands at a 1/2 chance of winning.
"Regan's biggest competition is former Strictly Come Dancing Professional Brendan Cole. Cole sparked controversy due to sharing anti-vax sentiments on social media and encouraged people to attend a freedom march, last year. Cole's partner would go on to contract Covid, which caused Cole to briefly being repartnered in the competition.
He added, "With all three celebrities capable of achieving top scores from the judges, it will therefore be up to the public to decide who wins this year's competition."
The choreography element of the show is taken seriously by a panel comprised of Christopher Dean, Jayne Torvill, Oti Mabuse (opens in new tab) and Ashley Banjo.
Dancing on Ice winner 2022 odds
The Dancing on Ice odds for the outright winner is changing daily so it is always best to check with the individual bookmakers but the current odds held by BetVictor (opens in new tab) are as follows* (*odds correct at time of publishing):
- Regan Gascoigne - 1/2
- Brendan Cole - 11/4
- Kimberly Wyatt - 9/2
Who has replaced John Barrowman as judge?
Oti Mabuse (opens in new tab) has replaced John Barrowman as a judge on Dancing on Ice 2022. The Strictly professional dancer was confirmed as his replacement (opens in new tab) following the Strictly final.
Announcing the news that Strictly’s Oti Mabuse is going to be a judge Dancing on Ice, the show tweeted, ‘Welcome to the Dancing On Ice family, Oti Mabuse! Meet the judges for the brand-new series, returning this January on ITV and ITV Hub.’
Oti is set to join existing judges Ashley Banjo, and legendary skaters Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean on the panel.
Who was the Dancing on Ice 2021 winner?
Sonny Jay was crowned the winner of Dancing on Ice 2021. The Capital FM presenter and his ice skating partner Angela Egan took home the trophy after impressing the judges and viewers at home when they skated the Bolero – an interpretation of judges' Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean's famous routine – with the final decision left to the public vote.
Dancing on Ice is final is on Sunday, March 27 on ITV.