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Dan won the first series of Dancing on Ice with partner and former Coronation Street and Emmerdale actress Gaynor Faye, the fifth series with soap actress Hayley Tamaddon and the eighth series with Olympic artistic gymnast Beth Tweddle.

Tony Harris, H&S Manager for the Merlin attractions in Blackpool, said: “Dan is a local lad whose ice skating and dancing skills have wowed the whole country on TV.

Thankfully this week in my duel the judges chose me over Suzanne so I didn't have to dance again.

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Chris and Jayne have expressed their sadness at leaving Dancing On Ice, but said it was a fitting time to bow out.“It is 30 years since we won the Olympic gold, so it was a good time to say goodbye and to go out with a bang,” he adds.

contestant Ray Quinn has been crowned the last-ever champion of ITV's Dancing on Ice.

All three finalists performed two routines in the first part of tonight's final, with Quinn topping the leaderboard with a maximum 80 points. Quinn and Tamaddon went on to perform the bolero in a bid to win the competition.

After being announced as winner, Quinn paid tribute to his partner Fillipov, saying: "Thank you so much for everything. "Meanwhile, Tamaddon said of Quinn: "He is an absolute star. He deserves it, he really does."Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean also gave the final ever televised performance of their iconic 1984 Winter Olympics routine.

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Familiar faces include previous winners, actress and singer Suzanne Shaw and Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle, and memorable and entertaining characters such as former East Enders actor Todd Carty and comedian Joe Pasquale.

Phillip Schofield and Christine Bleakley will preside over the action, the judges will be on hand to deliver their verdicts and Olympic skating superstars Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean will put the contestants through their paces.“It’s a really interesting mix, and having worked with them in training I can vouch that the standard is very high,” says Jayne, 56, of this year’s contestants.

It's great fun doing a bit of dress-up on a Sunday night, getting your spray tan and being taught to do some pretty dangerous lifts and jumps every week.

It's probably one of the most dangerous shows on telly what with the injuries and bruises but we all want to come back next week for another go.

“I think Ray [Quinn] definitely has it in him to win, but everyone is working hard.”Chris, 55, adds: “Each one of them has something unique to bring.

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