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Dancing On Ice has revealed what its final three couples will be skating this weekend in their bid to lift the 2022 series trophy.
Brendan Cole, Kimberly Wyatt and Regan Gascoigne are all set to take to the ice for one final time this Sunday after the show took a week off to make way for FA Cup coverage.
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They have had an extra week to train for the grand final and with all three being experienced performers, fans of the ITV show are expecting something very special this weekend.
Gascoigne is the bookies' strong favourite to win, followed by Cole and then Wyatt.
All three couples are set to skate a showcase routine choreographed especially for them by skating legends and show judges Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, followed by their own favourite performance from the series.
Then the voting will begin, with one couple eliminated and the last two getting the chance to skate Torvill and Dean's iconic Bolero routine which won them Olympic Gold, always a highlight of the series, before the winners are crowned.
Former Strictly Come Dancing pro Cole and his partner Vanessa Bauer will take on a showcase routine to a medley from the opera Carmen by George Bizet, followed by their favourite skate - Falling by Harry Styles.
Dancer Regan Gascoigne and his partner Karina Manta's showcase is to Step In Time from the Mary Poppins musical and their favourite routine is to Barnum by Cy Coleman and the Michael Reed orchestra.
Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt and Mark Hanretty are skating a showcase to River by Joni Mitchell and have chosen their favourite routine skating to Santa Maria by Gotan Project.
This series has seen a number of contestants and professional skaters injured or testing positive for COVID again, although it was not as chaotic as the 2021 series which had a record five celebrity dropouts, took a break mid-series and had to finish a week early.
Cole's partner Bauer had to take a week off with COVID, leaving him to perform an all-male routine with Brendyn Hatfield instead to score the first perfect 10.
Dancing On Ice 2022's final will air on Sunday at 7pm on ITV.
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