Keith Chegwin tipped to skate off Dancing on Ice tonight

Keith Chegwin
Skating off the ice? Keith Chegwin is being tipped for the chop on Dancing on Ice tonightMatt Frost/ITV/Rex Features

Dancing on Ice star Keith Chegwin is being touted as the most likely to leave the competition tonight, according to bookmakers around the country.

The TV funnyman hasn’t exactly dazzled the judges with his performances, showing off more than a few wobbles as he’s tried to navigate his way round the ice rink.

But he’s certainly kept the audiences entertained with his light-hearted banter and loveable personality.

According to bookmakers Paddy Power, he’s in the most dangerous position tonight, with odds of 15/8 that he’s next for the chop. William Hill is also offering similar odds of 13/8.

Olympic boxer Luke Campbell could also be at risk, with odds of 2/1 from Paddy Power that he’s next to leave – the same odds that are being offered for comedian Joe Pasquale, whose slips and trips on the ice have ensured a few giggles throughout the series.

William Hill also tips Luke as the second most likely to leave, offering odds of 2/1 that the dad-of-two will be axed from the competition, while the bookmakers is offering odds of 11/4 that Joe Pasquale will leave tonight.

Meanwhile it looks like EastEnders actor Matt Lapinskas can relax tonight, with both bookmakers making him their favourite to win Dancing on Ice 2013.

William Hill is offering odds of 10/11 that he’ll win, putting them in their top spot for glory, as is Paddy Power.

Tonight the remaining eight contestants will really be put to the test, as they’re challenged to skate a 30 second segment solo as part of their routines.

Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean will also take to the ice to perform a special routine with an animated ‘interactive’ backdrop.

The celebs who remain are: Samia Ghadie, Matt Lapinskas, Beth Tweddle, Luke Campbell, Shayne Ward, Joe Pasquale and Keith Chegwin.

Dancing on Ice is on STV from 6.15pm tonight, with the results show returning at 8.30pm, when one more star will skate off the ice.

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