Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield are excited to release their new Dancing on Ice series on Sunday, January 17th.
The TV best friend and the announcement duo took and shared a selfie of themselves heading to the Dancing on Ice studio before filming began.
Holly, 39, looked great in a photo she shared in her Instagram story.
The blonde star in the image has a black face covering his nose and mouth. But she looks at the camera with sharp eyes, and her amazing beauty still shines.
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Meanwhile, she had her hair in her signature style with a middle parting and a long fringe flowing sideways to the face.
She has minimal makeup with a few snaps to enhance the eyebrows and mascara touch.
Holly, who recently delivered an emotional message to the viewers of This Morning, is wearing a blue pufferfish sitting in the back seat of the car in the photo. Sharing images with 7 million followers, Holly wrote “Incoming” before adding the Dancing on Ice logo GIF to illuminate her destination.
Meanwhile, her DOI co-host Phillip (58) shared a selfie of herself sitting in the car and going to the Dancing on Ice studio.
Phillip is wearing a dark blue padded coat with a gray shirt under his snaps. He also has a black face that covers his nose and mouth.
While posting the snap, he added the Dancing on Ice logo over his mask and wrote it over. “Woohoo… #dancingonice here I come” followed by snowman and skating emoticons.
The show starts at 6pm on ITV and you can see celebrities show off their skating skills, including Billie Faiers, Denise van Outen and Rebekah Vardy, who were recently transported to the hospital.
Holly recently predicted who he thought would be good at the show and supported Myleene Klass to win.
When talking about someone she thinks will win the series this year, Holly said: “I’m going to Myleene.
“Because I am a musician, I think there is musicality. Anyway she’s an performer and I just-I think she’ll love it.
“That’s my little tip. By the way nothing based! But this is my internal tip.”