Dancing On Ice winner 'revealed' as expert predicts 'tired' Joey Essex won't keep up | The Sun
THE DANCING On Ice winner has been 'revealed' as an expert has predicted that a 'tired' Joey Essex won't be able to keep up.
Tonight the highly-anticipated finale of this year's series of the ITV skating competition hits our screens.
Drag artist The Vivienne, reality star Joey Essex and Olympian gymnast Nile Wilson are the final three celebs to perform tonight in the hope of being named winner on Dancing On Ice 2023.
Body language expert Darren Stanton has explained why he thinks that "well-balanced, focused and determined" Nile and pro partner Olivia Smart will be this year's winners.
Speaking on behalf of Betfair, Darren said: "His performances have never failed to be high achieving and it’s this consistency that puts him in great stead for great success.
"He and partner Olivia consistently show great eye contact, reciprocal liking and genuine emotion.
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"Each performance, the pair are on the same page at every level and this synchronization – matching and mirroring each other’s gestures both on and off the ice – within their body language is what is reminiscent of a winning partnership.”
Joey has both "surprised" and impressed viewers with his skating skills over the last few months, making him a "strong contender".
However Darren thinks that Joey and partner Vanessa Bauer won't be wearing the crown tonight, despite their "strong bond and deep connection".
He added: "The duo have displayed a great resilience, passion and rapport throughout the series, but I can’t see the pair lifting the winning trophy this year.
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"Analysing his semi-final performance, Joey doesn’t seem to be as determined as he once was, with the fire he had to win not being as present as it previously has been.
"Whether that’s due to him feeling fatigued as the competition draws to a close, if he doesn’t find the right energy for his final performance, it could dampen his chances of beating out his co-stars and taking the win."
- Dancing On Ice final starts tonight at 6pm on ITV
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