Three celebrities have made it to the final (Picture: ITV / REX)
However, viewers will be left waiting to see who’s skating their way to the trophy as the final will not be on tonight.
Instead, the final of Dancing On Ice 2022 will take place next Sunday, March 27 at 6.30pm.
ITV bumped the last episode back a week to avoid a clash with two FA Cup quarter-final matches.
And an added-extra bonus: the show’s stars will get an extra week to practice their all-important final routines…
Skating into this year’s final are Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt with skating partner Mark Hanretty, fan favourite Regan Gascoigne (also known as the son of former England footballer Paul Gascoigne) paired with pro skater Karina Manta, and last but not least, Strictly Come Dancing professional Brendan Cole with Vanessa Bauer.
Kimberly Wyatt is skating through to the final (Picture: REX Features)
Regan Gascoigne and Karina Manta will also be fighting for the trophy (Picture: REX Features)
Despite his fair share of tumbles, Brendan Cole made it through to the final (Picture: REX Features)
After an epic season of so many tumbles and injuries, memorable moments including Bez and his controversial Meat Loaf tribute (remember that?!), and an incredible performance by Oti Mabuse with judges Christoper Dean and Jayne Torvill, thousands of viewers will be tuning in for the final.
Last year, radio presenter Sonny Jay beat Coronation Street star Faye Brookes to take home the Dancing On Ice 2021 trophy.
Sonny Jay and Angela Egan were crowned Dancing on Ice champions 2021 (Picture: REX Features)
They were tasked with performing their own Bolero routine inspired by Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean’s iconic Olympics performance, with fans being blown away by their efforts.
The final saw him nab his first 10s of the series as he performed a routine to a George Formby medley, with Sonny and his skating partner Angela Egan then achieving a perfect score of 40 for his Popeye themed skate.
The Dancing On Ice 2022 Finale will air next Sunday, March 27 on ITV at 6.30pm.
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