The ITV show has been hit by numerous excerpts due to coronavirus cases and injuries, leading to speculation that the series may be canceled altogether.
A source told The Sun in the Sunday paper: “Everyone behind the scenes is up to date on all accidents and outages. It’s unparalleled.
“It feels like a curse. Like anything that could go wrong has gone wrong. Some people wonder if we will hold out until the end of the series. “
“Dancing on Ice” bosses recently announced a week-long hiatus from the show amid the flurry of excerpts.
And Jayne Torvill – one of the stars of the show – has admitted to being sad about what has happened over the past few weeks.
The Dancing on Ice judge recently stated, “We were all sad because everyone worked so hard to get the show on and something happened every week.
“On the upside, all of our celebrities have an extra week to work on their routines. I look forward to seeing some great routines when they come back.”
However, Christopher Dean – Jayne’s former skating partner – doesn’t think this year’s injury problems were any more bothersome than in previous years.
The Olympic gold medalist said, “I don’t think it’s more than normal, it just got a little bit more coverage.
“If we say that, we have a great team that takes care of everyone and makes them fit again.”
Speaking of the injuries, Jayne added, “We have a saying, ‘If you don’t fall, don’t try. ‘
“But in that regard, we don’t want people to push themselves too far to get injured. So we say it with caution.”