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Dancing On Ice: Bez ‘at less risk this weekend’ thanks to routine

The Happy Mondays star isn't the best skater

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Bez is apparently set to be flown around the studio on Dancing On Ice this weekend.

The Happy Mondays singer is reportedly planning on paying tribute to the late rock legend Meat Loaf.

Bez , 57 is partnered with Angela Egan on the ITV skating competition.

Despite not having much skill on the ice, he has sailed through recent rounds.

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Bez will apparently take to the skies on Dancing On Ice (Credit: ITV)

Bez set for wild Dancing On Ice routine

His latest routine could be a little easier for the star as it won’t require as much time on the ice.

He will apparently fly across the ice riding a giant bat while wearing leathers and a biker helmet.

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The performance is part of the show’s Musicals Week. Bez’s dance has been inspired by the Bat Out of Hell stage production.

It will pay tribute to Meat Loaf, who died last month (January) aged 74.

An insider told The Mirror: “There are strict safety measures in place. However, Bez actually seems to be at less risk when he’s floating up in the air on a giant bat.”

ED! has contacted reps for Dancing On Ice for comment.

Bez is a longtime fan of Meat Loaf and the Bat Out of Hell music.

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Bez has been skating by to the annoyance of some viewers on Dancing On Ice (Credit: ITV)

He said previously: “When I was growing up, Bat Out of Hell always used to be on the pub jukebox. It brings back happy memories of my childhood.”

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How’s Bez been on the show?

Meanwhile, Bez has been struggling with his place in the competition in recent weeks.

As a result of his lack of skills on the ice, he’s been wearing protective gear to spare him from injury.

“Because I have got every pad on, I’m about to bounce back up,” he said. “But I’ve come to terms with it now, me and the ice are not naturally suited.”

Dancing On Ice continues Sunday, February 20 at 6pm on ITV and ITV Hub.

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