Dancing on Ice 2022: Meet the contestants as Kimberley Wyatt and Connor Ball complete line-up

ITV reality show will return next year

Annabel Nugent,Isobel Lewis
Tuesday 12 October 2021 10:39
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The full line-up for Dancing on Ice 2022 has finally been announced.

While the hit reality series will not be returning to screens until early next year, the broadcaster has already got the ball rolling with its contestant announcements.

The first contestants were announced last week, including Love Island fan-favourite Liberty Poole, Happy Mondays star Bez and singer Rachel Stevens.

On Tuesday (12 October), the final contestants were announced – and they both happen to have a musical background.

The first is former Pussycat Dolls star Kimberley Wyatt, who was announced on Heart Breakfast by her bandmate Ashley Roberts.

“I have signed up for Dancing on Ice! I’m nervous, that ice is going to hit hard,” Wyatt said. “I’m just excited to see what I can do on there. I’m up for a challenge!”

Over on Capital FM, Roman Kemp announced that Connor Ball of band The Vamps would also be taking part. Ball said that he was excited but nervous, largely due to being “quite clumsy” and “accident prone”.

You can see the full list of contestants below:

Connor Ball – Musician

Mark “Bez” Berry – Musician

Brendan Cole – Former Strictly pro

Sally Dynevor – Coronation Street actor

Ben Foden – Rugby player

Regan Gascoigne – Dancer

Ria Hebden – TV presenter

Liberty Poole – Reality TV star

Stef Reid – Paralympian

Rachel Stevens – Singer

Kye Whyte – Olympic BMX medallist

Kimberley Wyatt – Singer

Dancing on Ice will return in 2022

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