'Dancing On Ice' New Series Will Be 'Refreshed', Says Jayne Torvill

'There’s a new bar to set when the show returns.'

Jayne Torvill appears to have confirmed the return of ‘Dancing On Ice’, following speculation about whether ITV would be reviving the reality TV format.

For almost a decade, Jayne and her professional partner Christopher Dean served as mentors on the ITV skating show, which pitted a host of famous faces against one another on the ice rink.

After three years away, rumours have been swirling about the possibility of a new series of ‘Dancing On Ice’, which Jayne has seemingly now confirmed, saying she hopes bosses will tweak the format this time around to keep it fresh.

<strong>Jayne Torvill performs on 'Dancing On Ice'</strong>
Jayne Torvill performs on 'Dancing On Ice'
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Eight years into its run, ‘Dancing On Ice’ concluded in 2014 with an all-stars series, which saw former ‘X Factor’ singer Ray Quinn crowned winner five years on from his first skating victory.

<strong>A 'Dancing On Ice' performance we think about more than we care to admit</strong>
A 'Dancing On Ice' performance we think about more than we care to admit
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ITV is yet to comment on the reports, despite a now-deleted tweet from ‘Good Morning Britain’ appearing to confirm the show’s impending return last month.

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