Jorgie Porter gets off to a fantastic start / Credit: ITV

Tomorrow's premiere of Dancing on Ice will see seven of the 14 all-star contestants take to the ice for the show's first elimination, and they've been hard at work in training.

Bonnie Langford's enjoying her time on the ice / Credit: ITV

The women all seem to be having a ball on the ice, and some of the men are getting off to a great start, but it's Joe Pasquale and Gary Lucy who look to be having the most trouble when they take a tumble.

Gary Lucy crashes to the ground / Credit: ITV

The full scenes will be aired in the episode tomorrow, but from what we can see, Gary must have had a pretty rough time as professional skater Daniel Whiston and judge Karen Barber rush over to check that he's alright.

Help's immediately at hand for Gary Lucy / Credit: ITV

He's not the only one to hit the deck, and as expected from fans of the show, Joe doesn't seem to have improved much, spending more time with his feet in the air than on the ice.

Joe Pasquale also falls / Credit: ITV

However, the fate of the celebrities will once again be in the public's hands as well as the judge's tomorrow night when they perform their first skate of the series, meaning any one of the seven could go home.

Ray Quinn immediately gets back into the swing of things / Credit: ITV

Could this be the year for the novelty acts, or will we see sense and put the most talented through each week?

Catch Dancing on Ice tomorrow night on ITV from 6.15pm-7.45pm, with the skate-off at 8.30pm. 

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