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Katie Price and Antony Cotton to battle it out on next year's Dancing on Ice

Chris and Jayne insist that any of the three remaining contestants could walk away with the coveted Dancing on Ice winner's title this year. But for the first time in the final there will be no aerial skating, but instead, they will each have to create a group routine with their partner and two other pro skaters when the final takes place on Sunday, March 27 from 7.40 on ITV1.

Celebrity skating contest Dancing On Ice is set to return next year with names such as Katie Price and Antony Cotton in the line-up.

Dancing on Ice is to return for the first time in three years.

The show, which sees celebrities battling it out to become ice skating experts, will return to our screens in 2018.

British champions Jayne Torville and Christopher Dean will be back at the helm, where they'll guide a new group of celebrities through the moves.

According to the Daily Mirror, former glamour model Katie Price has signed up to compete, as well as Princess Diana's former butler Paul Burrell.

Other names include Corrie's Antony Cotton, Liverpudlian WAG Alex Gerrard, Bake Off winner Candice Brown, Corrie's Katie McGlynn and Loose Women and CBB star Saira Khan.

Katie Price is rumoured to be in the line-up to compete on next year's Dancing on Ice

Katie Price is rumoured to be in the line-up to compete on next year's Dancing on Ice

The show was originally presented by This Morning duo Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, but Holly quit in 2011 and was replaced by Christine Bleakley.

Gogglebox star and Queen of the Jungle Scarlett Moffatt is rumoured to be in talks for a presenting role on next year's series as well as Rylan Clark-Neal, but show bosses are keeping their cards close to their chests.

The full list of celebrities rumoured to be competing is as follows:

Katie Price – Glamour model and reality TV star

Alex Gerrard – Liverpudlian WAG of footballer Steven Gerrard

Paul Burrell – Ex-Royal butler and former I'm A Celeb star

Antony Cotton – Actor best-known for playing Corrie's Sean Tully

Ebony Rainford-Brent – 2009 World Cup player and England cricket player

Sally Morgan – Fortune-teller to the stars

Amber Hill – Olympic Skeet shooter for Team GB

Candice Brown – Winner of the Great British Bake Off

Saira Khan – CBB star, journalist and Loose Women presenter

Max Evans – Scottish rugby player and model

Toby Anstis – 90s children's TV presenter

Stephen Bailey – comedian

Olly Smith – TV presenter and Saturday Kitchen sommelier