DANCING on Ice host Holly Willoughby is backing her pal Myleene Klass to win the show.
Holly gave her verdict ahead of the start of the series on Sunday.
She reckons 42-year-old Myleene’s pop star and classical musician background will provide her a benefit.
When asked who would be crowned champ, Holly, 39, stated: “I am going for Myleene.
” I think she has actually got musicality due to the fact that she is a musician.
” She is a performer anyhow and I just believe she is going to fall for it. That’s my little expert tip.”
Holly has actually hosted the hit ITV show with her Today co-star Phillip Schofield, 58, considering that it started in 2006.
And while they can not wait to begin, she said her 3 children, Harry, 11, Belle, nine, and Chester, 6, were most ecstatic about the show.
She added: “Looking for something to view as a family, where we are all sitting around the telly watching something together, is not that simple.
” There is the Masked Vocalist, and thank God for that, however it is truly tricky to discover those programs.
” As a moms and dad I am so grateful for this show coming back as it appertains household viewing that everyone can just sit down and take pleasure in and be together.
” It’s January, it’s been rubbish, it’s been dreadful. We need a bit of escapism.”
This year’s line-up likewise consists of bookmakers’ preferred and singer Jason Donovan, 52, ex-Corrie star Faye Brookes, 33, comic and actor Rufus Hound, 41, and Wag Rebekah Vardy, 38.
Skating veterans Jayne Torvill, 63, and Christopher Dean, 62, are returning to the judging panel, along with Ashley Banjo, 32, and John Barrowman, 53.
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