Yay, a(nother) bona fide chance to see scantily clad celebraddies almost breaking their necks (Dancing On Ice kicks off tomorrow) - thanks ITV! Apart from Omid Djalili, he's wearing a scuba suit. And shorts. Hopefully Olympic Bronze medal and British and European Championship winner Tom Daley will be wearing his swim suit behind his judging desk, alongside Andy Banks, Leon Taylor - and Jo Brand. In the first show, actor Jake Canuso, comedians Omid Djalili and Helen Lederer, Sugababe Jade Ewen and presenter Jenni Falconer don their swimwear and take to the diving boards as they try to master one of sport's most tricky disciplines, and compete for the first two places in the semi-final. Getting wet has never been so much fun!
Splash! UTV: 7.15pm
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