As the 2022 series of Dancing on Ice nears the final, with plenty of falls and stunning routines along the way, the semi-final has a later start time.
Starting at 7.30pm on ITV on Sunday, March 13 the Dancing on Ice semi-final will be starting an hour later than its normal 6.30pm time slot.
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Another change has also hit the semi-final with co-presenter Holly Willoughby testing positive for Covid-19 meaning her presenting partner Phillip Schofield will have to go it alone.
This is not the first time that Covid has prevented the presenting duo from hosting the show as earlier in the series Phillip tested positive and was replaced by Stephen Mulhern.
With the help of the judge’s professional ice skaters Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, professional dancer Ashley Banjo and former Strictly Come Dancing professional Oti Mabuse the public has to decide who makes it to the final.
Only Brendan Cole, Regan Gascoigne, Kimberly Wyatt, Kye Whyte and Connor Ball remain in the competition and they will have to perform two dances in the semi-final to survive.
The final itself will also air a week later than expected as alongside Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway the show has been axed on Sunday, March, 20 in order for ITV to air the Six Nations.
This means that the Dancing on Ice final is likely to air on Sunday, March 27 and only three of the celebrities will make it through as they face double elimination in the semi-final.
The Dancing on Ice semi-final will air on ITV at 7.30pm on Sunday, March 13.
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