Dancing on Ice goes on a nationwide search for a brand new Ice Star with Torvill and Dean. Over the past year they have been on the lookout for the dazzling, dynamic and the downright unique in a series of auditions with just one rule: the act has to be on ice.
Oxford Freestylers, a group of young freestyle skaters from Oxford, attempted to win over the skating legends to become Torvill and Dean's Ice Star and succeeded in impressing them with their acrobatic skating.
"I love the rawness of it all and, with a bit of practice, it could be a great act," Dean told the Freestylers.
The act explained that 90% of the moves are practised off the ice because they are not allowed to do them in their communal ice rink.
Torvill added: "That's very impressive."
Only 20 acts will make it onto their shortlist and for the winner a fantastic price awaits. They will get a chance to perform in the Dancing on Ice final. And then the act will go on tour with Chris and Jayne when they take Dancing on Ice around Britain.
"It might not be the best skater that wins. It will just be the best entertainment act that wins," Torvill explained.
The search for Torvill and Dean's Ice Star continues on Sunday.