CAPRICE BOURRET is the final celeb to be confirmed for Dancing On Ice.
The model and businesswoman, 47, announced the news on ITV’s Lorraine.
She insisted she had ‘no nerves’, adding: ‘I’m excited more than anything.’
Bourret previously competed in Channel 4 reality show The Jump in 2017, but had to quit the series suddenly after being diagnosed with a benign brain tumour.
The mum-of-two had surgery to remove it and said earlier this year: ‘I promised myself if I survived, I’d change my lifestyle completely, and I have.
‘Before, I owned my own business and was a workaholic, working 13-hour days and more.
‘Now I’ve licensed it out and have way more time with my children.’
Bourret completes the 12-strong celebrity line-up for ITV’s skating show due to air in the New Year.
She joins TV presenter Trisha Goddard, magician Ben Hanlin, former professional footballer Kevin Kilbane and newsreader Lucrezia Millarini.
Love Island star Maura Higgins, Michael Barrymore, Joe Swash and Steps star Ian ‘H’ Watkins will also compete, with soap actress Lisa George, Scottish Paralympic sprinter Libby Clegg and Diversity star Perri Kiely joining them.
The 2020 judging panel of Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean and Ashley Banjo has John Barrowman making his debut. He joins following the departure of Jason Gardiner.
The series will once again be fronted by TV duo Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.
Former Strictly professional James Jordan was crowned the winner of this year’s series.