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Holly Willoughby has already picked a winner for Dancing on Ice 

Do you have a favourite to win the ITV show yet? 

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Emmy Griffiths
Emmy GriffithsTV & Film Editor
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Holly Willoughby is set to present Dancing on Ice with her good pal and co-star Phillip Schofield, and she has already revealed who she can see winning the series!

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The This Morning star chatted to HELLO! and other publications in a webinar ahead of the show's launch, where she revealed that she thought Myleene Klass has what it takes to win the 2021 series.

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As she and Phillip discussed potential winners with Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, she said: "I think I’m going to go Myleene... I think she’s got musicality bc obviously she’s a musician. She’s a performer anyway. And I just, I don’t know. I think she’s going to fall in love with it."

She then joked: "That’s my little insider tip." 


Holly has chosen her winner already: Myleene!

Holly also opened up about how much she was looking forward to the show to begin again, particularly since it will give her three youngsters, Harry, Chester and Belle, something to watch. The TV personality explained: "It's January. It’s been rubbish. It’s been horrible. We need a bit of escapism. We need to all sit down, trying to find things to watch with the family where we are all sitting around the television and watching something together is not that easy. 

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"Obviously there's The Masked Singer, thank god for that but Dancing on Ice really is one of those shows and, as a parent, I’m grateful for this show coming back because it is proper family viewing that everybody can just sit down and enjoy together"." 

Phil added: "We can’t wait to get back. We are so lucky that we are working. We’ve got the ability to work, the ability to be in a studio. I think this is going to be an unusual show. There’s no audience, as such, so that’ll be peculiar." 

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