And despite scoring an impressive 17.5 from the judges for his routine to Free’s All Right Now, he came in from some criticism from Jason Gardiner. “You were incredibly polite, almost borderline dull.” Dr Hilary Jones fared less well on the scoreboard with just 11.5 points, but the judges praised him for his enthusiasm.Emma Bunton described him as “endearing” while Nicky Slater said, “I find myself smiling when I watch you skate.” However it was Coronation Street’s Danny Young who made the biggest impression of the night, finishing at the top of the judges’ scoreboard with 18 points. Funnyman Bobby Davro, meanwhile, was left at the bottom of the board with just 10.5 points for his routine to George Harrison’s Got My Mind Set On You.“Gaynor Faye, who won the first series of Dancing on Ice, trained here, as did Chris Fountain who was a finalist in 2008.” On Sunday’s show, Dancing on Ice viewers saw Hayley meeting her professional partner, Dan Whiston, at Bradford’s ice rink.“They first met as children and Hayley told me she really wanted him as her partner on the show,” said Angie.When there's an age gap, it's easier to unfairly assume that the attraction is only physical. Ask her settings, kings, parents, on your delicate. Dating a guy 5 years younger LOCO Add the fact that younger guys have more stamina, and you just may have a match. Some of my most fun FBs were in the young dumb bimbo category.
“Your skating skills need development,” Slater told him, “but for entertainment value you had me smiling from ear to ear.” Also impressing the judges were Hollyoaks actor Kieron Richardson and his skating partner Brianne Delcourt.
“There’s a new Friday show, hopefully watching this will inspire people to go skating over the weekend,” she said.
“We’re expecting it to generate lots of visitors to the rink, especially once the snow melts.” Hayley, 32, who played Delilah Dingle in Emmerdale, starred in 2008/2009 Alhambra pantomime, Cinderella, opposite Billy Pearce and was due to be re-join the comic in this year’s panto until signing up for Dancing on Ice.
Before appearing on Coronation Street and given a regular role, Young played Dean in Out of Control which won him the Best Young Actor award in the drama category (2002), and Ricardo on the CBBC series Kerching! He also had roles in "The Vice" (2003), the award-winning Gone (2003) (a short film) and Wall of Silence (2004).
He has since gone onto appear in the horror film Exposé (2009), the directorial début by Martin Kemp from Spandau Ballet, and The Rapture released in 2010.