Dancing On Ice is back for a brand new series on ITV.
There's 12 new celebrities taking part in the skating competition while Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby will once again return to their hosting duties.
The expert Ice Panel of Torvill and Dean, John Barrowman, and Ashley Banjo will all resume their roles as judges.
Despite fears it would be cancelled amid the pandemic, the hit show has been able to go ahead with some Covid-secure measures in place.
There won't be a live audience this year and the studio has had a make-over to ensure safety on set.
The first episode will air tonight, Sunday, January 17, at 6pm.
Celebrities heating up the ice this year in the hope of winning the competition are musician and presenter Myleene Klass; actor Joe-Warren Plant; actress, singer and presenter Denise Van Outen; actress Faye Brookes; Capital Radio DJ Sonny Jay; and actor and singer Jason Donovan.
The line-up also includes Olympians Graham Bell and Colin Jackson CBE; TV personality Rebekah Vardy; musician Lady Leshurr; TV personality Billie Shepherd; and actor and comedian Rufus Hound.
Tonight's episode will see six of the celebrity skaters and their partners compete in the series’ opener and the remaining six will compete in the following week’s show.
The couple at the bottom of the table following the week one public vote will find themselves in the following week’s Skate Off, along with the pairing at the bottom of the table in week two, and therefore at risk of the first elimination.
However, in a voting twist this series, the judges will now have the power to award their newly created Golden Ticket.
For the first two weeks only, a couple per week will receive this honour which saves them from the vote and guarantees them graduation straight through to the third show of the series and that means Musicals Week.
From this week forward, the entire remaining cast will be skating each week for survival in the competition. The celebrities skating live with their professional partners will be giving their all to impress both the panel and the viewers who will ultimately decide who wins the show.
You can watch Dancing On Ice at 6pm on ITV.