The Wanted star Siva Kaneswaran completes Dancing On Ice 2023 line-up

The Wanted's Siva Kaneswaran is reportedly the final celebrity confirmed for Dancing on Ice 2023 and now completes the star-studded line-up.

According to new reports, Siva, 33, is set to be "officially announced tomorrow (Tuesday 11 October)".

It comes as Michelle Heaton was announced on Monday, she will join the likes of Corrie's Mollie Gallagher, EastEnders' Patsy Palmer and Love Island's Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu.

A source told The Sun: "Siva is a great signing for the show – The Wanted still have a huge loyal fanbase.

"After all the boys have been through this year with losing their bandmate Tom Parker, fans will be willing him to go all the way in Tom's memory.

"It's also going to be a very busy year for Siva next year, as he just wrapped filming on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins, which will air next autumn, so that's two big shows for 2023 under his belt."

OK! has contacted ITV for comment.

It comes as Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins has been plunged into chaos after six of its stars have reportedly left the show due to injury or heat exhaustion.

The show, which is currently being filmed in Thailand ready to be shown on Channel 4 next year, has seen the highest number of medical discharges in one day in the show's history.

There were reportedly three hospital visits in one day, after the gruelling challenges took their toll on this year's batch of celebrities.

The Wanted's Siva, former footballer Jermaine Pennant and Paralympic cyclist Jon-Allan Butterworth are said to have all passed out at different stages during a tough marching test.

According to The Sun, after they were made to walk a long distance in the Thai heat, the three fit and active men all passed out at different times, leaving doctors to rule that they could not carry on with the show and its activities.

There was more to come though, as Love Island's Montana Brown is said to have dislocated a kneecap and former professional rugby star Gareth Thomas was reportedly left panicking after pulling a hamstring muscle.

Shockingly, former TOWIE star James Argent is also said to have contracted trench foot and jungle rot, leaving him to be medically discharged from the show.

A source told The Sun: “They are celebrities, not soldiers. They aren’t used to the hot, harsh conditions and being pushed to their limits.

“The people who fell ill and were injured were not unfit or out of shape.

“Siva, Jermain and Jon-Allan are all fit blokes but all individually blacked out and had heat stroke.

“James’s issues with his feet were awful too. He was in agony as the infection took hold because of the wet boots and he could suffer for months now.”

OK! has contacted Channel 4 representatives for comment.


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