Dancing On Ice Amy Tinkler

Dancing On Ice: Amy Tinkler new favourite to win after replacing Denise Van Outen

Amy bagged 28 points for her first performance

Dancing On Ice newbie Amy Tinkler has become a new favourite to win the show after replacing Denise Van Outen.

Denise was forced out of the competition last week due to a shoulder injury she suffered during training.

Now, it seems Amy has been tipped to win the series after receiving a good score from the judges on Sunday night.

Amy Tinkler on Dancing On Ice
Amy Tinkler bagged an impressive 28 points on Sunday night (Credit: ITV)

Could Amy Tinkler win Dancing On Ice?

She and professional partner Joe Johnson bagged 28 points out of 40 for their routine for Musical Week.

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The star received a 7.5 from John Barrowman, 7 from Ashley Banjo and Christopher Dean and a 6.5 from Jayne Torvill.

Now, many viewers have predicted Amy could be a dark horse in the competition.

Amy Tinkler on Dancing On Ice
Viewers think Amy could win the show (Credit: ITV)

What did viewers say?

Meanwhile, one person compared her to Kelvin Fletcher as he won Strictly Come Dancing after replacing Jamie Laing.

They said: “Cannot wait for Amy Tinkler to pull a Kelvin and win this being a reserve choice.”

Cannot wait for Amy Tinkler to pull a Kelvin and win this being a reserve choice.

In addition, another wrote: “Amy the dark horse, calling it now!”

After that, a third added: “@amytinkler2 you were amazing on @dancingonice. I hope that you make it all way and win.”

Who left Dancing On Ice on Sunday night?

Meanwhile, last night saw Olympic skier Graham Bell voted off after a skate-off against Rebekah Vardy.

Graham said: “I felt like we’ve got a lot more, technical skating and good skating, but hey-ho.

“I think I will use [the skating] in the future. I’m not going to quit skating.”

Viewers were divided, with many saying they thought Rebekah should have been voted off.

One wrote: “@skigrahambell you were robbed. Loved your skate off. I had a tear in my eye too.”

Graham Bell on Dancing On Ice
Graham left the competition last night (Credit: ITV)

After that, another added: “Once again there is clearly an agenda going on here. Vardy should be going home! Graham was robbed!”

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In conclusion, a third tweeted: “Graham was robbed! He’s a better skater than Rebekah.”

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