Dancing On Ice winner Jake Quickenden has revealed an amazing secret about the Live Tour, which begins tonight.
Speaking on Friday's Good Morning Britain, the reality star confirmed he is going to be singing as well as skating on the Live tour.
He told hosts, Ben Shepherd and Kate Garraway: "There are a few surprises in there. I actually sing a little bit as well.
"I'll be singing and skating. I say that, it's more like singing and sliding."
Jake, 29, seemed to realise his mistake right away, looking to the tour manager standing off-camera.
He added, awkwardly: "Oh, I don't know if I was supposed to say that. The press guy is like 'Argh!'"
There are a few surprises in there - I actually sing a little bit as well.
Presenter Kate, 50, laughed and said: "The press guy has just gone, 'No more, no more!'"
Jake also revealed to the GMB presenters that one of the performances is set to get pulses racing.
The X Factor finalist said: "It's just for fun. We're just skating around and it's like a Chippendale thing.
"The guys knew about it so they shouted, 'Lads, take your tops off'. So we were all in the mirror shining our arms up.
"But no-one's abs are real apart from Max's! It's going to be great. Hopefully, there isn't going to be any falls or anything like that."
The first show kicks off in London and Jake will be joined by Love Island's Kem Cetinay, singer Cheryl Baker, GMB's Alex Beresford, rugby star Max Evans, singer Ray Quinn and presenter Donna Air.
It comes a week after Jake revealed he's received horrible messages about the tragic loss of his brother.
The TV star has been targeted for sharing the story of his late brother Oliver, who lost his battle with bone cancer in 2012 at the age of 19.
Known to Jake as Olly, his death came just four years after they also lost their father, Paul, to the disease.
Jake, 29, told the Daily Star Sunday: "I’ve had things about my brother. People said 'Sob story, sob story.' Do they want me to never talk about the fact I’ve been through something like that?
"It’s something that's changed me as a person. It's made me grow.
"And me talking about it can help other people. So for me, if it helps 100 people but five people don't like it, I couldn't give a [bleep].
"People do get personal but you've got to think if they are giving you insults and stuff then they're probably not happy with themselves. So I feel bad for them because something's obviously upsetting them."
During Dancing On Ice, viewers saw Jake honour his dad and brother with a special performance.
Jake was visibly emotional after receiving a perfect 40 in the skate, prompting Holly Willoughby to ask him: "How does that feel? That can't have been easy for you. Are you okay?"
Phillip Schofield said Jake's whole family would be proud, while judge Chris Dean choked up as he repeated that sentiment, telling Jake how good he'd been.
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