Where is Dancing On Ice 2021 filmed? – The Sun
THE new series of Dancing on Ice finishes tonight, with three celebrities ready to win the ultimate ice skating challenge.
But where is it filmed? Here's the lowdown on the 2021 series…
Where is Dancing On Ice 2021 filmed?
ITV had previously used the George Lucas Stage at Elstree Studios in Hertfordshire for Dancing On Ice when the show first began back in 2006.
But since the show returned to our screens in 2018, it has been filmed at a purpose-built rink at RAF Bovingdon in Hertfordshire.
Speaking about the set, host Philip Schofield said: "Yes it has ice in the centre of it and there is a competition but it will look and feel different.
"There is a new studio, Jayne and Chris are on the panel and that frees up our professional dancers to choreograph."
The studio has been given a further makeover this year to keep it Covid-safe.
The judges' panel is now socially distanced, with perspex panes between each seat.
Could I get tickets for Dancing on Ice 2021?
Unfortunately for Dancing On Ice fans, there is no live audience on the show this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
SRO audiences, the company that usually allocates audience tickets, say on their website: "Although we have no details of further recordings of this show, if you would like to add your details to our mailing list here, we can email you with details of possible future recordings."
Go here for further details and to fill out the application.
When is Dancing On Ice 2021 on?
Dancing On Ice started on Sunday, January 17, despite speculation that the show might have to be cancelled due to the pandemic.
It will air every Sunday at 6pm on ITV.
The show looks a little different than we are used to, as the set has been changed to make it Covid secure.
There will be no live audience this year.
It finishes on Sunday, March 14.
Dancing On Ice has proved a real hit with viewers since its return following a three-year break, after initially running from 2006 until 2014 and not returning until 2018.
Phillip Schofield is back presenting the hit show once more alongside Holly Willoughby.
The 2020 judging panel will be graced by returning judges Ashley Banjo, John Barrowman and head judges Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean.
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