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Dancing On Ice to feature Jedward?
According to The Sun, the twins may be heading the way of Dancing On Ice, an ITV1 show whose name - even for those who have never seen it - is self explanatory.
“Producers are really keen on Jedward taking part as they think they will bring a lot of energy — not to mention madness — to the ice,” an unnamed insider is quoted as saying on the paper's website.
According to the source, the twins recently practiced at London's Lee Valley Ice Rink.
It will be down to producers as to whether the pair eventually appear on the programme, the interviewee adds.
Jedward have already appeared on singing programme The X Factor, which introduced them to the public, as well as Celebrity Big Brother.
Past Dancing On Ice competitors include another X Factor singer, Chico.
Published by KT.Posted on 26 Jul 2012 16:54 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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