Win ITV Dancing on Ice tickets in Facebook competition
POLICE are running a competition offering the chance to see Dancing on Ice being filmed.
Hertfordshire Constabulary has two places in the studio audience at the ITV show, on Sunday, March 13 up for grabs.
To enter, you need to answer a question on the Constabulary’s website – see attached link – and then become a fan of ‘Herts Police’ on Facebook. The closing date is Tuesday, March 8.
Entrants must either live, work or attend school/college/uni in the county.
Staff at the force or their relatives are not eligible.
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Dancing on Ice is filmed live on Sunday evenings at Shepperton Studios in Middlesex.
Following Kerry Katona’s departure last week, there are now just seven remaining celebrities vying to stay in the Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean inspired skating competition.
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Still in contention are American rapper Vanilla Ice, Loose Women presenter and Benidorm actress Denise Welch, TV presenter Jeff Brazier, ex-EastEnders heartthrob Sam Attwater, Richard and Judy’s daughter Chloe Madeley, war hero Johnson Beharry and children’s TV presenter Laura Hamilton.
They will be looking to impress acerbic judge Jason Gardiner, ex-Spice Girl Emma Bunton and Olympic skating supremo Robin Cousins – as well as viewers at home.
Presented by This Morning favourites Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, Dancing on Ice starts at 6.50pm on ITV1, with Dancing on Ice: The Skate Off for the two lowest-scoring couples at 9.30pm.