Phillip Schofield's Dancing On Ice future to be announced in 'due course'

Dancing On Ice fans will learn ‘in due course’ if Phillip Schofield will continue presenting the ITV programme.

His future on the skating competition series was thrown into doubt after he quit This Morning amid rumours of a fallout with co-star Holly Willoughby, 42.

It had been claimed the once close friends were ‘barely speaking’ behind the scenes and their relationship had soured.

While Phil, 61, later insisted the pair were still ‘best friends’, Holly never publicly addressed the rift rumours although she did say the This Morning sofa ‘wouldn’t be the same’ after his exit.

In the days since Phillip’s final time fronting This Morning on Thursday May 18, it’s been alleged that he and Holly have sought to patch up their relationship and have forged ‘something of a truce.’

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However, despite reported progress being made between the pair, it has not been confirmed if Phil will continue presenting Dancing On Ice with Holly.

An ITV spokesperson told ‘Dancing On Ice isn’t due on ITV until January 2024 and the series is not currently in production.’

They added they will make ‘further announcements’ about the show, including the presenting line-up, in ‘due course.’

While Phil’s future on Dancing On Ice is unclear, ITV confirmed it would be continuing their working relationship with him following his exit from This Morning.

Kevin Lygo, ITV’s managing director of media and entertainment, said:‘ We look forward to continuing our relationship with Phillip starting with The British Soap Awards in June and a brand new peak time series to come.’ understand the prime time show in question will be broadcast in 2024. has contacted Phil’s reps for comment.

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