Dancing On Ice: Jason Gardiner QUITS? Judge sparks doubts amid Jake Quickenden win

Dancing On Ice’s explosive finale last night marked the end of the first year of the show’s revival, as Jake toppled Coronation Street star Brooke Vincent at the last hurdle.

The show’s original contract ended in 2014, and was brought back with a brand new judging panel, including former coaches and Olympic athletes Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean.

However eyes have already turned to the line-up for the 2019 series, and judge Jason has been questioned about whether he will return to the show for the next season.

“I don’t know. I don’t want to put it out there that I want to come back or not,” he told Metro.co.uk.

“I didn’t think this show would happen. I didn’t know whether it would come back.

“I got on with my life. I’m about to open in a starring role in a West End musical called Ruthless. My focus now is very much on the next gig.”

Although the choice may be out of Jason’s hands, as he currently has not been involved in any discussion with ITV bosses about the show.

He revealed: “I certainly haven’t had any dialogue with ITV or the producers about what’s happening next year.

“I think, to be fair, we’re all still very much in this series and we haven’t come to the end of it yet.”

After last night’s finale fans were involved in a “fix” row, as they spotted something unusual about runner-up Brooke’s performance.

One fan questioned: “How is it fair that Jake and Max both had more dancers both men and women and Brooke only had men!”

Brooke also commented on this at the end of the show after Jake had been announced as the winner, as she jokingly said: “Are you sure it’s not a fix?”

Jake spoke about winning the competition: “I can’t get my head around it, it might mean that I don’t have to do another reality show now.

“Brooke is incredible as well, she deserves to be proud of herself.”

Last night’s finale also saw Holly Willoughbymaking a raunchy remark about Brooke’s routine.

Dancing On Ice is available on ITV Hub.

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