The 2023 Dancing on Ice final this Sunday will see the three finalists each perform three routines in a battle for the trophy
In a season that has seen celebrities including Ekin-Su and John Fashanu hang up their skates, it all comes down to the finale on Sunday night to find out who will take the trophy for Dancing on Ice.
After a shock double elimination in Sunday’s semi-final, five celebrities became three. Here’s everything you need to know about who’s in the running and where to watch.
Who are the finalists?
The three finalists – Joey Essex, The Vivienne and Nile Wilson – will each go head to head on 12 March to win the ITV talent competition.
Joey Essex will perform with partner Vanessa Bauer, The Vivienne is teamed up with Colin Grafton, and Nile Wilson will dance with Olivia Smart.
Kicking off at 6:30pm and running for an hour and a half on Sunday 12 March, the final, which will be filmed live, will see judges Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, Ashley Banjo and Oti Mabuse return to the panel to cast their votes.
Who is tipped to win?
After scoring a perfect 10 from each judge and bagging a full 40/40 mark for his performance last week,
Wilson is by far the bookies’ favourite to win this years competition, with an 80 per cent probability.
RuPaul’s Drag Race star The Vivienne is suspected to bag second place, with Joey Essex taking third place.
Where can I watch it?
Dancing on Ice returns for its final 2023 episode on Sunday, 6:30pm on ITV1, and will be available to watch thereafter on ITVX.