What time is the Dancing on Ice final, Sunday, March 14?
IT is fair to say this year's Dancing on Ice series has been a rollercoaster ride featuring plenty of twists and turns.
With more injuries and drop outs than ever before, the final of Dancing on Ice 2021 is to be aired tonight – a week earlier than originally scheduled.
What time is the Dancing on Ice final?
The Dancing on Ice final will air this evening (Sunday, March 14) on ITV.
The show kicks off at 6pm, with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield hosting rink-side.
All episodes will appear on the ITV Hub after they have aired.
Who's in the Dancing on Ice final?
Faye Brookes has been a clear favourite to win throughout the series.
Faye has amazed the judges week after week – despite changing partners half way through from Hamish Gaman to Matt Evers.
Before joining Dancing On Ice, the actress was best known for her role as Kate Connor on Corrie, but quit the soap in 2019.
Sonny Jay is best known for waking London up every morning on the Capital Radio Breakfast Show.
He was the underdog of the series, but has continued to impress the judges, and not found himself in the bottom two.
In the semi-final Sonny had viewers in tears when he paid tribute to his late friend, Joe Lyons.
Colin Jackson CBE is a former Olympic silver medallist and TV pundit.
He represented Great Britain and Wales as a sprint and hurdling athlete, for which he won medals, including an Olympic silver and two World Championship golds.
Colin will have to pull out all the stops in the final, as he found himself in the skate off against Lady Leshurr in the show's semi final.
Who is favourite to win Dancing on Ice 2021?
Faye Brookes remains the clear favourite to skate to success and win this year's series.
Bookmakers Ladbrokes has Faye to win priced at 1/2, followed by Sonny Jay at 7/4.
Colin Jackson trails behind as the least likely to scoop the trophy at 25/1.
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: "Faye's heading into tonight's final as the one to beat but while three celebs remain standing, it looks likely to be just a two-horse race for the crown."
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