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Tallia Storm and Drag Race's Blu Hydrangea battle for a spot on Dancing On Ice 2023


Tallia Storm and Drag Race’s Blu Hydrangea test out their skating skills at Dancing On Ice auditions as they lead stars battling for a spot on 2023 series

Singer Tallia Storm and Ru Paul’s Drag Race winner Blu Hydrangea are among the celebrities battling it out for a spot on Dancing On Ice 2023. 

Photos showed the celebrities arriving at auditions for the popular skating show, with 12 spots available for the stars.

Tallia, 23, appeared in high spirits as she arrived at the Slough Ice Arena on Thursday ahead of filming for the ITV series. 

BIg break? Tallia Storm, 23, was among a slew of stars heading to auditions for Dancing On Ice 2023 auditions in Slough on Friday

BIg break? Tallia Storm, 23, was among a slew of stars heading to auditions for Dancing On Ice 2023 auditions in Slough on Friday

Flashing a glimpse of her toned midriff, the star, who dated Brooklyn Beckham back in 2014, slipped into figure hugging work out gear for the high intensity audition. 

Donning a large padded jacket as she made her way through the chilly carpark, Tallia carried a backpack as she kept warm with a take away coffee.

Opting for a glamorous palette of make-up the blond beauty let her luscious locks cascade to her shoulders in loose curls.

Queen! Talia was joined by RuPaul's Drag Race: UK vs The World winner Blue Hydrenga, 26, whose real name is Joshua Chargrill

Queen! Talia was joined by RuPaul’s Drag Race: UK vs The World winner Blue Hydrenga, 26, whose real name is Joshua Chargrill

Talia was joined by RuPaul’s Drag Race: UK vs The World winner Blue Hydrenga, 26, who’s real name is Joshua Chargrill. 

The Irish performer turned heads in a multi-coloured catsuit while sporting a specular face of make-up and large blonde wig. 

Slipping their feet into converse trainers the reality star struggled with a large backpack as they made their way inside. 

On Thursday TOWIE’s Chloe Sims and former EastEnders actress Rita Simons were both spotted trying to land a spot in the new series.  

Champion! Regan Gascoigne was crowned the winner of Dancing On Ice 2022, beating out Brendan Cole and Kimberly Wyatt in one of the closest finals in the show's history

Champion! Regan Gascoigne was crowned the winner of Dancing On Ice 2022, beating out Brendan Cole and Kimberly Wyatt in one of the closest finals in the show’s history

The show will begin airing in January, with training kicking off in the autumn. 

Regan Gascoigne was crowned the winner of Dancing On Ice 2022, beating out Brendan Cole and Kimberly Wyatt in one of the closest finals in the show’s history. 

The dancer, who is the son of former England star Paul Gascoigne, broke down in tears as he joined his professional partner Karina Manta lifting the glittering trophy, after wowing viewers with his jaw-dropping version of the iconic Bolero skate. 

It comes after a final that was dubbed in the closest in the show’s history, with Regan, Brendan and third-placed Kimberly Wyatt all earning perfect scores for all of their skates.

Following his victory, Regan told hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield he never thought he would win the show, struggling to contain his emotions, before describing the experience as ‘overwhelming.’ 

Meanwhile gracious runner-up Brendan vowed he’d continue skating despite reaching the end of the show, having also impressed viewers with his moves. 

Earlier in the final, Kimberly finished in third place, leaving Brendan and Regan to battle it out in an all-male Bolero showdown. 

Speaking after her exit, Kimberly described the skate as a ‘beautiful experience,’ and gushed she was ‘so grateful’ to have taken part on the show.

Winner! Following his victory, Regan told hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield he never thought he would win the show, struggling to contain his emotions, before describing the experience as 'overwhelming'

Winner! Following his victory, Regan told hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield he never thought he would win the show, struggling to contain his emotions, before describing the experience as ‘overwhelming’

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