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Dancing on Ice

Delighted to see Dancing on Ice is back.  I love it and tonight got off to a really good start. My favourite is Daniel and his partner Hayley Tamaddon so hope that they do well.
I have to say that I was astonished to see the performance of Heather Mills. The media give her a rough ride but after this I hope that they let up.
Her performance was very good, particularly as she is an amputee. What an inspiration for others in similar situations.
Well done Heather!
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on so many levels: urgh.
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I must admit, I'm a fan of Dancing on Ice, but didn't see much of last series and haven't seen this one yet.
I've even seen it live in Sheffield a couple of times, which was excellent.
Maybe I should make use of the expensive iPhone and iPod Touch and actually try and get it on there to watch when commuting Cheesy
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Another reality show Sad  Not my idea of Sunday night TV.  Watched a bit and got fed up.  I watched a DVD Smiley
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Well cso - you've only missed one so plenty of viewing left. I too saw the show before last at Sheffield Arena and yes, it was fantastic. Didn't go to the 2009 one because it was so very expensive - at least it seems so to me, although might not to someone younger.
I can't imagine why the celebrities are so keen to risk life and limb. Having had two fractures in my lifetime, no amount of money would get me out there,
I fell down on the ice twice last week and I'm still feeling the effects!
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i hate DOI, with a passion!
give me strictley come dancing any day (only cos Ola and Natalie are hot Cheesy)
I actually spent the day working freelance so missed any form of television thank fully
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Funny how people are different. Although I don't begrudge the airtime, I wholeheartedly hate the dancing programme.
Also think that it is getting a bit voyeuristic - the odd clips that I have seen surprise me with the outfits of the ladies - a bit OTT  IMO.
Was never like this when they did the dancing competition programme from Blackpool Tower years ago (can't remember the name but I recall that Angela Ripon used to host it sometimes).
Skating is so elegant and beautiful to watch. 
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Quote from: poppy
Also think that it is getting a bit voyeuristic - the odd clips that I have seen surprise me with the outfits of the ladies - a bit OTT  IMO.
Actually we males purely regard them as wonderful feats of design and engineering  Wink
Have to say that I enjoy "Strictly" as I come from the generation that put on a suit and went to a dance hall and could do most of the dances.
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well if you can walk down a street like this  (from my 93 work trip)
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She looks 7 months gone to me......
but the girls outfits on some of these shows are bit eye popping. Shocked

Now where's that pause button....... Embarrassed
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Don't know about 7 months, she strikes me that she might be indulging in a bit of personal merchandising.
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