And who could blame them, being under intense pressue and in close proximity with each other day in day out while training must become trying at some point, even for the most patient of people!
But luckily those moments don’t come very often, much to the disappointment of a documentary director who wanted some juicy scenes to spice up the program.
Torvill explained: “Once there was a documentary being made about us and the director said, ‘There’s no drama in this, you’re just too nice.’
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“There were moments of exasperation, but you get more frustrated with yourself than the other person.”
But since their training days, the duo have put their talents to good use as judges on ITV’s Dancing On Ice.
Appearing on the panel since 2018, they were formally coaches who trained the aspiring dancers.
Not only that, but Covid has also wreaked havoc on the casting, with Rufus Hound quitting the series and Joe-Warren Plant withdrawing earlier this month after contracting the disease.
Stars Faye Brooks, Rebekah Vardy and Colin Jackson are among those still left in the competition.
Last week the show was cancelled but ITV confirmed it’s return tonight at 6pm.