SHEFFIELD ice skating pair Baroness Oona King and Mark Hanretty watched on as the first celebrities took to the rink in the latest series of Dancing on Ice.
The Sheffield-born Labour Party politician, aged 45, and her iceSheffield skating coach partner sat out the first week as six of the 12 celebrity pairings made their debut in the ITV1 show last night.
Mark, 27, said: “I thought everyone was great last night. I’m really looking forward to our turn next week.”
Pamela Anderson and her partner Matt Evers were voted out by the show’s judges after the Baywatch star stumbled in her skate-off routine.
Baroness King and Mark will make their debut in front of the cameras on Sunday, at 6.15pm.