THE Dancing on Ice 2019 final is here.  Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield are about to crown this year’s winner – but who is favourite to follow in 2017 champion Jake Quickenden’s shoes and walk away with the title? Here’s everything you need to know as this series comes to a dramatic end What time is the Dancing On Ice 2019 final on TONIGHT?  The Dancing On Ice 2019 final is on this evening (March 10) at 6pm on ITV  Viewers will watch the three remaining celebrities Wes Nelson, James Jordan and Saara Aalto compete for that top spot  Brian McFadden missed out on a final spot after she was eliminated in the semi-finals last week  Opening up about not making it to the final, he wrote on Instagram: “I’m so proud of how far we’ve come on the show and to almost make the final is a testament to [Alex Murphy’s] incredible coaching and choreography I wish you all the best murph and whoever gets you next year is very lucky indeed Looking forward to our one last dance on sundays final.” Who was in the Dancing On Ice 2019 line-up?  While there are just three remaining celebs, to start with, there were 12 in total  Here’s the full line-up for the 2019 series: Wes Nelson Didi Conn – OUT Saara Aalto Jane Danson – OUT Mark Little – OUT Melody Thornton – OUT Ryan Sidebottom – OUT Saira Khan – OUT Brian McFadden – OUT James Jordan Gemma Collins -OUT Richard Blackwood – OUT  The show proved a real hit with viewers since its return in 2018 following a three-year break  You can watch all the episodes that have already aired NOW on the ITV Hub. Who are the Dancing On Ice hosts and judges?  Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby present the popular show  The judging panel is skating champions Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean alongside Jason Gardiner and Ashley Banjo  Karen Barber is the head coach. Who has won Dancing On Ice in previous years?  To date, there have been ten celebs who have won the Dancing On Ice crown – but who will win the title this year?  Well, the show’s three finalists – James Jordan, Wes Nelson and Saara Aalto – will be battling it out on the ice to follow in the footsteps of Beth Tweddle, Ray Quinn and Jake Quickenden, however, there can only be one winner

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