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PremierLeague-News.Com - The This Morning star was discussing the ITV skating competition which took a break on Sunday night
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Phillip Schofield has appeared to cast doubt over Dancing On Ice's return next weekend. The ITV skating competition took a break on Sunday night after being plagued by injuries and Covid-related exits. In its place, a two-hours special aired which looked back at some of the shows greatest moments over the years. But Phillip has said 'who knows' whether it'll be back as he returned to This Morning on Monday. Read More Related Articles Gogglebox star Ellie Warner shows off jaw-dropping hair transformation ahead of new series Read More Related Articles Dancing On Ice fans issue 'chopping out' complaints as past contestants missing from best bits show Chatting to co-host Holly Willoughby, Phil said: "It was weird not to do Dancing On Ice last night." "That was weird," Holly replied with her co-star adding: "Watching yourself on the telly..." Holly said: "That was quite weird but quite nice," to which Phillip replied: "It was a lovely show. Well done to the team by the way for putting that together." He added: "Hopefully we are back up and running with that next week.
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. Who knows?" Holly quickly said: "It will be fine. Remain positive." "Always," Phil responded. "Forever," before moving on with the rest of the daytime show.
The hosting duo were staying positive
Following last night's special, a trailer voiced by Holly and Phil confirmed the return of the skating competition with Movies Week. Announcing last week that Dancing On Ice was having a week-long break a spokesperson for the show said: "Each week our production team and cast have delivered a fantastic show during incredibly challenging times. "The welfare of all of those involved is important to us and we felt it prudent to take a week’s break at this juncture." It comes after Denise Van Outen and Billie Shepherd had to leave the competition due to injury while Rufus Hound and Joe-Warren Plant were forced out the show after testing positive for coronavirus. The ITV show also has no reserve skaters remaining after Matt Richardson and Amy Tinkler both stepped in before being eliminated in the skate-off.
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