Dancing On Ice: Kimberly Wyatt bags the series high-score of 34

Dancing On Ice 2022: Ecstatic Kimberly Wyatt and pro partner Mark Hanretty bag the series high-score of 34 after impressing with their Greatest Show skate during Movies Week

Kimberly Wyatt bagged a Dancing On Ice series high-score on Sunday night after her Movies Week routine to The Greatest Show. 

The Pussycat Doll, 39, and her professional partner Mark Hanretty, 36, impressed judges Ashley Banjo, Oti Mabuse, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, who each scored her 8.5 out of 10 – taking her to a total of 34 out of a possible 40.

Chris gushed: ‘You were the greatest show-woman’, while Ashley complimented, ‘I just believed it. I wanted to see more.’

Dancing On Ice 2022: Estactic Kimberly Wyatt and pro partner Mark Hanretty bagged  the series high-score of 34 after impressing with their Greatest Show skate during Movies Wee

Following the judges’ feedback, the pop star said she was ‘ecstatic.’ 

Next up was Love Islander Liberty Poole and Joe Johnson, who channelled Madagascar with their skate to I Like To Move It. 

They earned a respectable 27, with Diversity choreographer Ashley commenting: ‘You have so much potential but  I felt like you were a little reserved.’ 


Impressive: The Pussycat Doll, 39, and her professional partner Mark Hanretty, 36, impressed judges Ashley Banjo, Oti Mabuse, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, who each scored her 8.5 out of 10

Coming up trumps: Chris gushed: ‘You were the greatest show-woman’, while Ashley complimented, ‘I just believed it. I wanted to see more’


Having fun: Next up was Love Islander Liberty Poole and Joe Johnson, who channelled Madagascar with their skate to I Like To Move It

Vamps star Connor Ball and Alexandra Schauman skated to 80s anthemic classic Footloose and were ten points from perfection. 

Oti remarked: ‘That was absolutely amazing. Congratulations to you.’

(I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life was danced to by Paralympian Stef Reid and Andy Buchanan and they were awarded 26.5 for their efforts.


Good job: Vamps star Connor Ball and Alexandra Schauman skated to 80s anthemic classic Footloose and were ten points from perfection

Getting in role: (I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life was danced to by Paralympian Stef Reid and Andy Buchanan and they were awarded 26.5 for their efforts

Feedback: Ashley said that they were ‘on the right tracks’ but could consider incorporating ‘more complexity’

Ashley said that they were ‘on the right tracks’ but could consider incorporating ‘more complexity.’ 

Rachel Stevens made her debut on Sunday night after fracturing her wrist, getting glammed up for her performance to Lady Marmalade. 

The S Club star, who dances with Brendyn Hatfield, said it was ‘so good’ to be out there and received heaps of praise from the panel. 

Here she is! Rachel Stevens made her debut on Sunday night after fracturing her wrist, getting glammed up for her performance to Lady Marmalade

First skate: The S Club star, who dances with Brendyn Hatfield, said it was ‘so good’ to be out there and received heaps of praise from the panel

Proud: Jayne told her: ‘You should be so proud of that performance. I would like to see you having more confidence and not relying on your partner so much’

Jayne told her: ‘You should be so proud of that performance. I would like to see you having more confidence and not relying on your partner so much.’

While Oti encouraged: ‘Trust the process, you can do it!’

Soap star Sally Dynevor transformed into Judy Garland alongside partner Matt Evers, and said their skate to The Trolley Song was ‘so much fun.’

Jayne praised: ‘I just love the performance. You put everything into that!’

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