Dancing On Ice professional skater Brianne Delcourt is dating former footballer Kevin Kilbane – making it her fourth on ice romance.
The 38-year-old Canadian skater is said to have fallen for the 42-year-old sportsman practically at first sight after they were paired together to star on the new series of the ITV show.
Brianne and Kevin will be holding each other close and putting their lives in each others’ hands when they take part in series 12 of Dancing On Ice – which is due to commence on Sunday 5 January 2020.
But while things will no doubt look cool on the rink, it seems that things are heating up for the couple behind the scenes.
“There was a real attraction and chemistry between the two of them from the word go,” a source close to the pair told The Sun.
“Hours of training meant it became more than just a professional relationship and now they are fully dating,” the source continued.
"They’re both single and having a lot of fun together both on the ice and off it,” they added.
Kevin has previously been in a marriage for 12 years and has two daughters with ex-wife Laura.
While Brianne has enjoyed flings with a number of past Dancing On Ice partners – including Coronation Street actor Danny Young, and EastEnders stars Sam Attwater and Matt Lapinskas.
Brianne and Danny, 33, enjoyed a romance after he featured on the reality skating show in 2010.
Brianne and Sam, 33, dated after he featured on the show in 2011 – however he has since married performer and teacher Vicky Ogden, and together they have two children.
And Brianne and Matt, 30, dated after he appeared on the show in 2013 – splitting amid accusations of unfaithfulness.
Dancing On Ice 2020 will feature other celebs including magician Ben Hanlin, model Caprice Bourret, Steps star Ian ‘H’ Watkins, and ex-EastEnders star Joe Swash.
Other famous faces taking to the ice include Paralympian Libby Clegg, Corrie actress Lisa George, news presenter Lucrezia Millarini, Love Island star Maura Higgins, dancer Perri Kiely, Blue Peter presenter Radzi Chinyanganya, and talk show legend Trisha Goddard.
Former TV presenter Michael Barrymore was also due to take part in the show but was forced to drop out after getting injured during training.
While H from Steps will be making Dancing On Ice history by being partnered with skating professional Matt Evers to be the first same sex couple of the series.
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