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More celebrities announced for Dancing On Ice 2022 line-up

The Vamps’ Pussycat Dolls star Kimberly Wyatt and Connor Ball are the latest celebs to be announced for Dancing On Ice.

The pair join the previously announced line-up of Love Island star Liberty Poole, rugby player Ben Foden and Regan Gascoigne, son of footballer Paul Gascoigne.

Other famous faces that signed up include Paralympian Stef Reid, Coronation Street actress Sally Dynevor, Happy Mondays star Bez, Olympic BMX rider Kye Whyte, singer Rachel Stevens and former Strictly pro Brendan Cole .

American singer and dancer Wyatt, 39, told Heart Breakfast: “I signed up for Dancing On Ice!

“I’m nervous, the ice will hit hard.

“I’m just curious what I can do there. I am ready for a challenge! “

Wyatt will also make her theatrical debut in 2022, appearing as press officer Kate Compton in Hilary Bonner’s political thriller Dead Lies.

Previously, she was a juror on the dance competition show Got To Dance from 2009 to 2014 and won the BBC’s Celebrity MasterChef series in 2015.


The group released their comeback single in 2020 (Global Radio / PA)

The group released their comeback single in 2020 (Global Radio / PA)

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The Pussycat Dolls were founded in 1995 by choreographer Robin Antin as a burlesque troupe and released hits like Don’t Cha, Buttons and Stickwitu.

The girl group, consisting of Nicole Scherzinger, Ashley Roberts, Carmit Bachar, Jessica Sutta and Wyatt, later split up in 2010, but reunited and released a comeback single in 2020 called React.

The group was slated to go on a world comeback tour this year, but the concerts have been postponed due to the pandemic and had to face further delays.

25-year-old musician Ball, best known as the bass player for the popular British boy band, said he was “obviously excited, but I’m really nervous” after it became known that he was joining the skating series.

Speaking to Capital Breakfast DJ Roman Kemp, Sian Welby and reigning Dancing On Ice champion Sonny Jay, he added: “I’m pretty clumsy and accident prone. Ice is hard! It was pretty hard to keep the secret. The rest of the band knows. You are really looking forward to me. “


Connor Ball, left, and Tristan Evans of The Vamps (PA)

Connor Ball, left, and Tristan Evans of The Vamps (PA)

Connor Ball, left, and Tristan Evans of The Vamps (PA)

The band – consisting of Ball, Brad Simpson, James McVey and Tristan Evans – formed in 2012 and released their fifth studio album in 2020, entitled Cherry Blossom.

Dancing On Ice is set to return to ITV in the New Year, with 12 celebrities hitting the rink to impress audiences and judges.

However, John Barrowman, who joined the jury in 2019, will not be returning.

At the beginning of the year he admitted to having exposed himself to colleagues.

The actor said he appeared on the sets of the BBC shows Doctor Who and Torchwood on Tomfoolery.

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