Brr, it’s cold in here, there must be a Dancing on Ice final in the atmosphere.
2023 saw some big names take to the ice, including Love Island 2022 winner Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu, EastEnders’ Patsy Palmer and TOWIE’s Joey Essex.
The competition has whittled down the contestants to the final three, who will compete one last time on Sunday for the glory of winning.
But just what exactly do they win?
What does the winner of Dancing on Ice get?
The winners of Dancing on Ice get to take home the trophy, and score the accolade of being the series winner, which by all accounts, is a pretty impressive prize to take home.
ITV previously confirmed to Metro.co.uk there is no cash prize for winning Dancing on Ice.
Who is in the Dancing on Ice 2023 final?
The celebs left competing for the trophy are Joey Essex, The Vivienne and Nile Wilson.
These three were left after last week saw a double elimination turn five into three.
The five remaining celebrities skated twice during last Sunday’s (March 5) episode before the skate-off saw the judges unanimously vote to save reality star Joey Essex over actress Mollie Gallagher and The Wanted popstar Siva Kaneswaran.
Olympian Nile Wilson and Olivia Smart are heading into the final with a boost of confidence as they secured the first perfect score of 40 this series.
However, right behind them, Drag Race UK winner The Vivienne scored 39 in an emotional skate with partner Colin Grafton to ‘Over The Rainbow’ by Eva Cassidy.
Joey isn’t too much of an outlier though, as he managed to score 38 in a moving performance with partner Vanessa Bauer. They skated to High by the Lighthouse Family, which Joey dedicated to his late mother.
Who Won Dancing on Ice 2022?
Regan Gascoigne and skating partner Karina Manta were crowned champions of Dancing on Ice 2022.
Regan, a professional dancer and son of footballer Paul Gascoigne, pipped former Strictly professional dancer Brendan Cole and Pussycat Dolls singer Kimberly Wyatt to the trophy.
The Dancing On Ice 2023 finale starts tonight at 6:30pm on ITV.
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