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Here at Who'll Win we are always looking for stats to help you determine which celebrity will succeed on your favourite reality TV shows. Viewing figures do not always reflect the numbers of viewers that are voting there are other influences at play as well.

Each celebrity not only has to succeed on a technical level but has to charm the audience with their personality. With the prominence of social media nowadays, that charm offensive can happen on a more personal level. While it is foolish to think that every tweet is uttered by the celebrity themselves and is not managed by a PR team that are well trained in promotion, the number of followers that each individual has offers some insight into their popularity.

Any celebrity entering a reality TV contest will be reassured if they have thousands of followers on Twitter, they will be buoyed up by the thought that these supporters will keep them afloat.

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Dancing on Ice’s most memorable moments
Wednesday 5th December 2018

With the return of Dancing on Ice right around the corner, we’ve decided to take a look back at some of the best and most shocking moments we’ve seen throughout the years the series has been on air. It may have had a break before…

Dancing on Ice: Early favourites and winner predictions
Friday 23rd November 2018

Dancing on Ice is creeping closer and closer, and we for one think it's the only glimmer of hope that the New Year has to offer. Expected to hit our screens January 6, the bookies have already picked their favourites and not so favourite…

That's gotta hurt! 5 of the best Dancing on Ice fails
Friday 12th October 2018

The 2019 line up is complete, and it won’t be long until the celebrities are tentatively skating for their lives on the new series of Dancing on Ice. This year Richard Blackwood, Samira Khan, Brian McFadden, James Jordan, Ryan Sidebottom,…

Dancing on Ice 2019: 5 celebrities announced for the new series
Tuesday 2nd October 2018

The Dancing on Ice line up is coming in thick and fast, with the usual mix of singers, TV presenters and reality TV stars. So far five names have been revealed for the new series, which will take place in early 2019. Reality TV star Gemma Collins…

The Voice UK coaches return for 2019

Jennifer Hudson, Olly Murs, Sir Tom Jones and will.i.am are all confirmed to return as coaches in The Voice UK 2019

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Love Island star Wes Nelson lined up for Dancing on Ice 2019
Wednesday 19th September 2018

Love Island’s Wes Nelson has been lined up for Dancing On Ice 2019, according to reports. The 20-year-old founder of the infamous 'Do Bits Society' has caught the eye of show bosses from the ITV skating show after “impressing…

Ellis Hillon REMOVED from Big Brother for ‘offensive’ and ‘unacceptable’ tweets

Ellis Hillon has been REMOVED from the Big Brother house for posting ‘offensive’ and ‘unacceptable’ tweets on social media in 2014 relating to 9/11.

Good to see the background checks are thorough...

Ellis Hillon
Ellis Hillon
Cafe worker Sian Hamshaw bookies' favourite for Big Brother victory

The bookies have opened betting on the new series of Big Brother. Coral makes cafe worker Sian Hamshaw, 25, the 7/2 early favourite to win.

Zoe Jones is the 9/2 second favourite.

This marks the final Big Brother series ever on Channel 5.

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Sian Hamshaw
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Peaky Blinders moves to BBC One for fifth series to 'attract younger viewers'

Peaky Blinders is moving to BBC One to 'attract younger viewers' to the channel, revealed controller Charlotte Moore at Edinburgh TV Festival.

The hit gangster series has become a cult phenomenon on BBC Two since launching in 2013.

It’s played a key part in the incredible resurgence of drama on the channel over the last five years.

Israel win Eurovision while UK entry SuRie battles stage invader

Israel's Netta Barzilai has won the Eurovision Song Contest with her quirky offering 'Toy'.

The singer was awarded 529 points after a nail biting finish, beating favourites Cyprus into second place.

Elsewhere UK entry SuRie had to battle an unwelcome guest in the shape of a stage invader.

A man dressed in a shirt and bandana rushed onto the stage while she was singing 'Storm' and shouted: "Nazis of the UK media... We demand freedom."

SuRie finished third from bottom with 48 points.

Jake Quickenden skates to victory in Dancing on Ice as bookies prepare for a big payout
Monday 12th March 2018

Jake Quickenden skated to victory in the Dancing on Ice final – and his early backers will be rubbing their hands with glee. Some bookmakers, including Coral, face a big pay-out after the hot favourite was crowned ice champion of…

Could Brooke Vincent steal the Dancing on Ice trophy from Jake Quickenden's grasp?
Friday 9th March 2018

Dancing on Ice favourite Jake Quickenden looks like he may have a contender for the crown after dislocating his thumb in training for Sunday’s final. The bookmakers say bets on the reality star have cooled off in the last 48 hours after…

Liam Halewood 'gutted' to see Kem Cetinay leave Dancing on Ice ahead of final
Monday 5th March 2018

Liam Halewood says he's "gutted" that Kem Cetinay narrowly missed out on a place in the Dancing on Ice final. The Love Island star lost out to Max Evans in the skate off on Sunday's semi-final, leaving the rugby player to…

The girls win! Here's what 'fittest girl' Mettisse had to say about splitting the cash

The girls completed the ultimate team challenge in 9 mins and 58 seconds – two minutes faster than the boys.

When faced with choosing mates or dates to split the £40,000 prize money, 'fittest girl' Mettisse Campbell , voted for by the public vote, went with her team. Well done girls!

Dancing on Ice: Show bosses announce last minute twist for Sunday's semi-final
Thursday 1st March 2018

With just days to go until the Dancing on Ice semi-final, the skaters have been set a new challenge to impress the judges. Only four celebrities remain and this weekend will separate the weak from the strong as they are tasked with performing…

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