Dancing on Ice 2020 is already in full flow, with the 12th series of the show having started earlier this month.
Countless viewers have been watching their favourite skaters in the live shows and on TV, but only one famous face can lift the prestigious prize.
Head judges Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean are joined by returning judge Ashley Banjo, with former contestant John Barrowman replacing Jason Gardiner this time around.
And 12 celebrities have already become 11, with former talk show host Trisha Goddard the first to be eliminated.
Dancing on Ice returns again this Sunday, with the remaining celebrities all battling it out for the ultimate prize.
And it’s Diversity dancer Perri Kiely who is clear favourite to clinch success this year. He’s available at 4/6 to be 2020 Dancing on Ice champion.
Also in the running are Ian Watkins, also known as H from Steps, and Scottish Paralympic sprinter Libby Clegg. The former is currently 7/2 to win the series, with the latter available at 13/2.
And Coronation Street actress Lisa George and model Caprice Bourret are 12/1 and 10/1 respectively.
Love Island star Maura Higgins is 9/1 to be this year’s champion.
It’s currently 25/1 for reality TV favourite Joe Swash to win the competition, and 28/1 for Blue Peter presenter Radzi Chinyanganya.
Also looking to wow the judges until the very end are magician Ben Hanlin and former professional footballer Kevin Kilbane. Hanlin is 33/1 to win the entire show, with Kilbane available at 50/1.
And finally, newsreader Lucrezia Millarini – who has already been in the dreaded skate-off – is currently favourite to go next. She’s available at 66/1 to remain in the competition until the very end.
Unsurprisingly, it’s Kiely who is favourite to be the top male contestant at 8/13. And it’s 5/2 and 9/1 for Watkins and Chinyanganya respectively.
2008 King of the Jungle Swash is currently 10/1 to be the top male star on the ice. Both Hanlin and Kilbane are available at 20/1.
Clegg meanwhile is currently 5/4 to be the top female star, with George available at 3/1. Their fellow female skaters Bourret and Higgins are 10/3 and 4/1 respectively to be the last female standing in the competition.
And it’s 25/1 for Millarini to be the top female come the end of the competition.