Alongside this great line up of celebrities, the tour sees the return of the original TV judges.Olympic gold medal winner Robin Cousins who will head the panel along with former professional skaters Karen Barber and Nicky Slater.I hope it’s back.”He said the show’s stars, including TV host Christine Bleakley, 35, and her hubby Frank Lampard, 35, partied into the early hours.He said: “I did some salsa dancing and chatted footie scores with Frank.All of the celebrities will be trained and choreographed by Torvill & Dean.Following Mac Intyre onto the ice, West End star Quinn – the bookies' favourite for the title – wowed the crowd with his show-stopping splits, prompting judge Robin Cousins to tell him: "You capture the love story.Getting my training done for my next meeting with the ice! Speaking ahead of his first performance on the ITV1 show last week, he said: 'I’m ready to fight for it. As Maria Hadjiiska, she was a member of the Bulgarian national ice dancing team from 1988 to 1992 and her country's national ice dance champion in 1990-1991.
They will join your champion singer and West End star Ray Quinn, former England Rugby Captain Kyran Bracken, Coronation Street’s Hayley Tamaddon and comedian Joe Pasquale on this final tour.
In week six of the competition Filippov and Quinn scored 30 points, the first highest score of the series and the earliest perfect score to be awarded in any series.
Filippov and Quinn were announced as the winners in the final on 22 March in which they gained a maximum score of 30 for both of their performances.
Even the viewing figures for the final showdown were two million down on BBC One’s Call The Midwife which drew 8.2million viewers.
Ray, pictured with skate partner Maria Filippov, said: “I think the show still has legs, or rather skates.