Instead of a first dance – “Colm’s idea of hell” – everyone (waving glowsticks or wearing them in their hair) gathered for a rendition of Paula Gleeson of Yasmine Lily Florists in Rathfarnham arranged the flowers and the couple were so delighted with her work, they rang her during the reception.
The three judges awarded Steven a score of 7 twice in the series.• Ray Quinn is the only celebrity in Dancing on Ice history, who in their series, has received the highest score and finished top of the leaderboard, every week he skated.• The highest number of Skate-Offs won by a celebrity is FOUR. And Sam Attwater in DOI 9.• Out of these two, Sam Attwater is King of Skate-offs (one in DOI6 and five in DOI9)• Between Series 1-9, 42 different professionals skaters have appeared on the show.
• Over 9 Series, there has been a variety of Nationalities: America- 10 Great Britain- 9 Canada- 8 Russian- 6 French- 4 Finland- 1 Czech- 1 Polish- 1 Bulgarian- 1 Ukranian -1• Only Dan Whiston and Matt Evers have appeared in all 9 series.• The pros with the best track record of success are Maria Filippov and Dan Whiston, who have both appeared in three finals each, to date.• Dan Whiston is the only professional skater to have won the competition more than once.
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And show insiders believe the 28FF children’s presenter has just the assets to compete with Holly on the small screen.
As many of their guests had taken several days off work and travelled long distances, the couple broke a few wedding day “rules” in order to maximise their time with everyone and make it the relaxed affair they had both envisioned.
They stayed together the night before and had their professional pictures taken before the ceremony.Featuring Olympic champions Jane Trovill and Christopher Dean, the surprise hit pulled in 13 million viewers at its peak.But the reality programme - originally hosted by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby - was axed in 2014 due to falling ratings.Laura’s wedding band was the final piece made by O’Neill before retiring after more than 40 years in business.On Wednesday, August 5th, they were married in front of 80 family and friends in the church of the most Holy Rosary, Abbeyleix, Co Laois, with a reception afterwards in Castle Durrow.The 31-year-old TV presenter - who is partnered alongside professional skater Isabelle Gauthier in the ITV1 show - explained the celebrity competitors will be split into two teams for a group skate-off, which he is thrilled about.