Dancing on Ice fans spot Holly Willoughby slip up as she calls Jayne Torvill the wrong name

Dancing on Ice fans spot Holly Willoughby slip up as she calls Jayne Torvill the wrong name

Dancing on Ice fans flocked to social media as they spotted the show's presenter Holly Willoughby make a small slip up within the first few minutes of Sunday 6 March's show.

Holly and her co-host Phillip Schofield were opening the hit ITV show after an impressive group dance featuring the final six couples and the ITV show's judges – Olympic legends Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean.

However, eagle-eyed fans noticed a small error when Holly introduced the famous, World Champion skaters and judges.

The This Morning presenter appeared to mix up her words as she referred to Jayne as “drain.”

After the blink and you miss it moment aired, fans took to Twitter to point out the hilarious slip up.

One entertained viewer asked: "Did Holly say drain and Chris?"

As another spotted the blunder and added: "Who are Drain and Chris?"

A third penned: "Holly's slip of the tongue saying… 'To impress Drain & Chris.'"

One fan tweeted: "Did Holly just call ‘Jayne’…’DRAIN’" with several laughing face emojis.

Despite the small mistake, fans were still impressed by Torvill and Dean’s “mesmerising” opening routine to Take That’s song Greatest Day.

After the skating legends watched a few clips of their most iconic routines, the professionals joined the final six couples for a group dance on the ice.

One viewer wrote: "Gorgeous opening." As another added: "That was such beautiful start to the show."

A third exclaimed: "Amazing!!! Simply mesmerising!!!!!!!"

As the contestants took to the ice for week eight, they all set out to impress the judges and fight for their place in the upcoming finale of the 2022 show.

Regan Gascoigne topped the leader board after he dazzled the judges with his Torvill and Dean inspired performance, which left Jayne in tears as she reflected on the emotional performance.

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However, it was Paralympian Stef Reid who left the competition after fighting for her place in the competition in the skate-off.

Stef follows Coronation Street star Sally Dynevor, who was voted out of the skating contest the week before.

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