DANCING On Ice's Amber Davies has been named one of the favourites to skate to glory.

Online Betting Guide (OLBG) have shared the latest Dancing On Ice winner odds for the 2024 series and former Love Island star Amber is the current favourite to win the show with odds of 11/4. Boxing legend Ricky Hatton continues to be the favourite to be the first eliminated celebrity. 

Amber, of Denbigh, has been paired with skating partner Simon Proulx-Senecal. She will make her debut on the ITV show on Sunday, January 14.

Speaking ahead of the series, she said: "My mum nearly had a heart attack because obviously when you sign up to a skating show there is danger involved. And with me being on stage every day, I think there were just alarm bells in her head like, 'Oh my God, this could go terribly wrong.' But I just think if you have that narrative throughout life, you'll never do anything."

The West End star, who attended Ysgol Glan Clwyd, St Asaph, didn't think that an "opportunity like this" would present itself.

"I haven't been on telly for so many years, I thought that ship had sailed," Amber said. 

"But when the producers pulled me in for a meeting, they solely recognised me as a musical theatre performer. And for me, I was like, 'Oh, that's so lovely.' I don't feel like opportunities like this come around often, at my age, to learn a brand new skill from scratch.

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Rhyl Journal: Dancing On Ice 2024 First EliminationsDancing On Ice 2024 First Eliminations (Image: OLBG)The odds/predictions have also revealed: Made In Chelsea star Miles Nazaire drifts in the market ahead of the show starting. Bookmakers feel he will be one of the frontrunners to win Dancing On Ice. It is predicted that viewers should see him towards the top of the leaderboard this weekend. 


Actress Claire and TV personality Sweeney follows in second favourite to be sent home this weekend with odds of 11/4.

Holly Willoughby and Stephen Mulhern will present the series. Skating legends Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean head up the judging panel alongside dance supremos, Ashley Banjo and Oti Mabuse.

Dancing on Ice begins on Sunday, January 14 at 6.30pm on ITV1 and ITVX.