Dancing on Ice judge Jayne Torvill has opened up on who she would love to see take on Dancing on Ice in a future series.
While the ice skating Olympic champion joined her skating partner Christopher Dean to discuss the show, the pair addressed which celebrities they would love to judge at some point.
Speaking exclusively to OK! magazine, Jayne admitted: “My daughter would like Harry Styles to do it – and I wouldn’t mind either!”
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She then gave another answer, adding: “Or Bridgerton’s the Duke of Hastings [actor Regé-Jean Page] would be great.”
Chris, who won the gold medal at the 1984 Olympics with Jayne in 1984, told us: “Anne Hathaway.”
For the first time in their history, Torvill and Dean have had to keep their distance while judging the series due to coronavirus restrictions.
“We’re getting used to the perspex screen in between us,” Janye said.
“Quite often I say something to Chris and he replies, ‘I can’t hear you!’”
Chris then shared: “One of the hardest things is when we’re coming into the studio, normally I’d hold the door, or take her to her seat – just those gentlemanly things.
“Now I can’t, we have to sort ourselves out. We’ve had periods of time away from each other before, but when we’re together, we’re usually together.”
Jayne explained: “Being in the same room and not being able to touch each other is kind of weird.”
Last weekend, the nation saw Graham Bell and his partner Karina Manta leave the competition after the judging panel, consisting of John Barrowman, Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean and Ashley Banjo, voted to save Rebekah Vardy and her partner Andy.
Graham was rumoured to have furiously screamed at his skating partner Karina backstage, as a source told The Sun: “It’s the worst sportsmanship in the history of the show. Everyone was stunned. Graham was screaming their routine was ‘f***ing s**t’ at Karina.”
OK! online previously contacted Graham’s representatives for comment.
On this weekend’s show, viewers will see Jayne and Chris take part in a special routine on the ice.
Jayne revealed: “It’s something we’ve not done before in all the years we’ve been skating,” while Chris confessed: “It’s a unique performance, really interesting and fun.”
Dancing on Ice airs on ITV at 6pm on Sundays.