The couple beat out journalist Donal Mac Intyre and his partner Florentine Houdinière with their final performance. Corrie and Emmerdale actress Hayley won with second-time winner Daniel Whiston, beating Hollyoaks star Gary Lucy to the top spot.She also made it to the final of the returners' show in 2014, finishing second to Ray Quinn.On Twitter he wrote: "Thanks to my good mate @Scarlett Moffatt coming to support with Chris and my fam tonight, sorry guys just mates she don’t do Essex boys 😇 " Who's your favourite Dancing on Ice contestant? READ MORE Scarlett Moffatt vows to slim down after ditching intense workout regime Holly Willoughby: All her STUNNING Dancing On Ice dresses (and where to get them cheaper!The singer, who won Dancing On Ice 2014, said he wanted it to return.“I think the show still has legs, or rather skates. A spokesperson for ITV however insisted that this would definitely be the end for Dancing On Ice.Speculation that Kem and Scarlett were dating continued after the former Gogglebox star shared a video of herself and the Dancing on Ice star and wrote alongside the clip: "BFFs!!
Other possible contenders include series three winner Suzanne Shaw (9/1) and series eight's Beth Tweddle (9/1).
#dancingonice #doi @itv #sundaynightsarentthesame #bringitback #2018 ������������⛸⛸❄️❄️ A post shared by Ray Quinn (@rayquinn_uk) on Discussing the performances of this year’s contestants, Ray joked: “Well no one is going to rival me are they?
Series 3: 2006 Runner up: Ray Quinn Terrifying plastic-faced automaton and former Brookside child star Quinn is most notable for causing a feedback loop in reality TV: apparently coming second in a reality TV show makes you sufficiently famous to qualify for celebrity reality TV shows, as he demonstrated by winning 2009's Dancing on Ice (he also won the final all-star champion of champions series in early 2014).
’"Whether or nor DOI will return, there's still more skating to come for a lot of this year's stars with the tour.
On the Dancing On Ice live line up are Pop Idol’s Gareth Gates, Hear’Say’s Suzanne Shaw, actress Bonnie Langford, rugby hunk Kyran Bracken and comedian Joe Pasquale.