The launch of Dancing On Ice has been left in jeopardy after Storm Eleanor caused a hole in the ITV Studio.
The ITV Studio where Dancing On Ice is set to call home for the next few weeks has suffered damaged following Storm Eleanor this week.
Good Morning Britain weatherman Alex Beresford revealed he could see the sky from inside the building, leaving the show’s launch in jeopardy.
ITV have builders working around the clock to fix the building in time for the show’s launch on Sunday.
Alex revealed on GMB: “During Storm Eleanor the side of the studio actually came off and went I got to the studio yesterday, if you looked up you could actually see the sky,
Iain Lee asked: “So there are still holes in it?”
Alex laughed “Yes,”
“So hopefully when we go there today for rehearsal they’ll have fixed it, and we’ll be OK for Sunday.”
Six skating stars will take to our brand new rink for the very first time on Sunday night.
The other six will have to wait until the following week before they skate for the judges, however, they’ll still take to the ice in a special group number.
Once the judges scores have been combined with the viewer’s votes, this Sunday’s bottom couple will face the first skate off of the series, the following week. They’ll be against whichever couple finishes bottom in that show.
ITV have said that no one will leave in the first week.
The Dancing On Ice judging panel will choose who to save and who to send home. Each week Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean will alternate the role of Head Judge.
The six celebrities performing this Sunday will be: Kem Cetinay, Stephanie Waring, Antony Cotton, Perri Shakes-Drayton, Jake Quickenden and Candice Brown.
Dancing On Ice returns at 6pm on Sunday on ITV.