Dancing On Ice has revealed its 2023 couples for the first time with photos ahead of the series launch.
Newly released pictures show the celebrity cast glammed up in their skating star makeovers, and also unveil who their pro partners will be.
DJ and former EastEnders star Patsy Palmer has been matched with show veteran Matt Evers, who has been with the ITV1 contest since the first season.
Reality star Joey Essex seems to have struck gold by being paired with Vanessa Bauer who has been the pro half of some of the show's most successful couples in recent years.
Love Islander Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu can be seen skating with Brendyn Hatfield, while The Vivienne takes her first steps across the ice with Colin Grafton.
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Celebrities looking particularly strong in the first-look pictures include The Wanted's Siva Kaneswaran, who is already performing a jump in one photo, and Olympic gymnast Nile Wilson who shows off his flexibility with standing splits.
Kaneswaran has been matched with Klabera Komini, and Wilson will skate with fellow Olympian and pro cast newcomer Olivia Smart.
Married pro couple Alexandra Schauman and Łukasz Różycki are both back again this season - she is skating with John Fashanu and he has been matched with Michelle Heaton.
Returning pro Sylvain Longchambon is back on the ice after a few years away and is continuing his run of being paired with soap stars as he skates with Coronation Street's Mollie Gallagher.
West End star and former Hollyoaks actor Carly Stenson has bagged a big name from the show's cast with Mark Hanretty as her partner.
Finally, comedian Darren Harriott completes the cast with his partner Tippy Packard.
Yesterday, Dancing On Ice revealed a first look at its returning hosts and judging panel in their first 2023 promotional photos.
Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield are back to present, while the judges' line-up remains the same with Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, Oti Mabuse and Ashley Banjo.
Dancing On Ice returns to ITV1 on Sunday, 15 January at 6.30pm.