Holly Willougby admits two Dancing On Ice stars have an advantage that could infuriate viewers
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Holly Willoughby is already predicting drama for the upcoming series of Dancing On Ice.
The TV presenter, who hosts the show with Phillip Schofield, thinks two of the celebrity skaters have an advantage, and this could possibly anger fans.
She believes Denise Van Outen and Myleene Klass will do well in the series because they're both trained performers.
Denise, 46, has starred in the West End in Chicago as Roxie Hart, while Myleene, 42, made her name in Hear'Say and is a trained classical musician.
Holly, 39, said about Denise: "There are people that are great performers anyway like Denise Van Outen.
Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield are back hosting this year's Dancing On Ice
Denise Van Outen has starred in the West End in Chicago as Roxie Hart
"People like that who know how to work a stage so we'll see how that translates onto the ice rink.
"It's just an exciting line-up and it's great having a new year.
"Some people that you think are going to be brilliant don't then materialise too much or they get the fear because, whilst they might be able to dance, the ice adds this whole different element."
Myleene Klass made her name in Hear'Say and is a trained classical musician
And Holly is expecting big things from Myleene.
She added: "I think Myleene Klass will be very good.
"I think she will firstly look really beautiful on the ice because she's gorgeous and she's very musical so she'll understand where the beat is and the timing.
Holly thinks skaters with performing backgrounds tend to do well on Dancing On Ice
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"I think when it comes to learning a routine that musicality really helps.
"I think she's one of those people who's really dedicated to what she does so I think she'll give it everything and she'll be brilliant."
* Dancing on Ice returns to ITV on Sunday at 6pm