Who won Dancing On Ice 2021?

DANCING On Ice 2021 was filled with more drama and accidents than ever before.

The hit competition saw one talented couple crowned the victorious champions.

Who won Dancing On Ice 2021?

Capital Radio DJ Sonny Jay won Dancing On Ice 2021 with his pro partner Angela Egan.

He beat Faye Brookes and her partner Matt Evers and Colin Jackson with Klabera Komini in the final, who came second and third respectively.

The final saw the three remaining celebrities compete twice in a bid to be able to perform their version of the iconic Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean routine Bolero.

Colin was then eliminated despite his perfect scores, leaving Faye and Sonny to perform their final dances before the 2021 champion was crowned.

Hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield then announced that Sonny was the champion after winning the public vote.

He said: "That is mental, thank you so much."

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Who was in the skate off in the semi-final?

Lady Leshurr and Colin Jackson found themselves in the skate off in the semi-finals on Sunday, March 7.

After performing again, the judges were split, with John Barrowman and Ashley Banjo saving Lady Leshurr, while Jayne Torvill decided to save Colin.

Christopher Dean had the deciding vote and he went with Colin, which meant Lady Leshurr was sent home.

When does Dancing on Ice 2022 start?

Dancing on Ice 2022 began on January 16, 2022.

The final will commence at 6:30pm on ITV on Sunday, March 27, 2022.

Due to the FA Cup Quarter Final, the final episode was pushed back a week so that ITV could broadcast the match

To vote, call an MSDC number which will appear on the screen during the live show.

Viewers have up to a maximum of five votes per registered mobile number, with each vote costing 35p.


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