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Dancing on Ice 2013 celebrity line-up revealed
18 December 2012
Last updated at 06:19
Towie's Lauren Goodger and former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson are among the 2013 contestants.
Pamela Anderson has been announced as one of the twelve taking part in ITV's Dancing on Ice 2013. The 45-year-old former Baywatch actress was a contestant on Dancing with the Stars in 2010, and again in the all-star edition in 2012, where she was eliminated in the first week.
The Only Way Is Essex star Lauren Goodger will also be taking part. The 26-year-old says she has managed to only "fall over a couple of times" but fears the "pressure" of skating in the live shows.
Luke Campbell, 25, won boxing gold at the 2012 London Olympics. He says his dream skating partner would be boxing's golden boy Oscar De La Hoya.
Former GMTV, National Lottery and Blue Peter presenter Anthea Turner has apparently been nick-named Princess Tippy Toes. The 52-year-old said "I have got a massive (bruise) on my bum and some on my legs from the lifts!"
Keith Chegwin, who rose to fame presenting the BBC children's show Multi-Coloured Swap Shop, was on last year's Dancing on Ice but pulled out when he fell and broke his ribs. The 55-year-old also appeared on naturist game show Naked Jungle.
Samia Ghadie is famous for playing hairdresser Maria Connor in Coronation Street. The 30-year-old says she fears facing the judges.
Welsh rugby player Gareth Thomas is 38. He announced he was gay in 2009 in an attempt to highlight what he called the rampant homophobia in the sport.
Joe Pasquale won I'm A celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! in 2004. The 51-year-old says he's covered in bruises after training, saying: "I smell of Deep Heat every night."
Beth Tweddle, 27, has been called Britain's most successful gymnast. She won a bronze medal in the uneven bars at London 2012. She says she has a fear of "being the first celebrity to get voted off".
Oona King is a former Labour MP. She lost her Bethnal Green seat to Respect leader George Galloway. The 45-year-old says US president Barack Obama is her dream celebrity skating partner and she hasn't got any bruises in rehearsals so far.
Shayne Ward, 28, won The X Factor in 2005. He said his dream skating partner is Welsh singer and The Voice judge Sir Tom Jones.
Matt Lapinskas, 23, played David Essex's son in EastEnders. He said he would love to team up with his on-screen brother Tony Discipline on the show, saying: "We could do Blade Runners together, which would be fun."
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