Siva Kaneswaran is set to be the winner of Dancing On Ice according to a leading expert who noticed a string of signs pointing to the singer.

The hitmaker, 34, is preparing for his skating debut on Sunday (January 15) with his partner Klabera Komini but may be sailing all the way through.

Siva who found fame as a member of The Wanted recently reflected on his decision to sign up for the show in a bid to step out of his comfort zone – as well as competing in memory of his late bandmate, Tom Parker.

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Now, a supercomputer predicts that Siva will lift the famous trophy after Olympians Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean crown the winner.

The BonusCodeBets Supercomputer, which had correctly predicted that Hamza Yasin would win Strictly Come Dancing believes that a male in his 30s and also competing with an international skater will win.

Siva is closest to the match of past champions with his age and gender but Olympic gymnast Nile Wilson will apparently be hoping to defy the supercomputer and be crowned the winner and become the third sports star to win.

Speaking to Daily Star, a spokesperson for BonusCodeBets said: "The supercomputer has spoken and has given Siva Kaneswaran the thumbs up to beat the bookies and take home the Dancing On Ice trophy – and after correctly predicting Hamza Yassin to win the most recent season of Strictly, who would bet against it!

"Siva may know how to 'Walk Like Rhianna' but history suggests he'll skate like Torvill and Dean too."

Speaking about signing up, Siva explained: "Obviously, this year has been eye-opening for me with Tom and witnessing his courage, which was infectious, to say the least. It reminded me that life was worth living and to take it all and enjoy it.

"From that, I've been making decisions based on that – doing my driving test finally in Los Angeles, booking the flight I wanted to always go on, and signing up for a songwriting degree course."

He went on to add: "Jay [McGuiness] has obviously won Strictly Come Dancing so I need that winning attitude.

"I'd love for all the boys to come down and support me at some point."

Despite his excitement, the Gold Forever singer admits that he's worried about being on the ice, explaining: "I don't have a good sense of balance, I fall over a lot and I’m quite clumsy – that is not great when you're skating on knives."


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