Dancing On Ice star tipped to win after performing dangerous and daring move

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A DANCING On Ice star has been tipped to win the show after performing a dangerous and daring move.

The Wanted’s Siva Kaneswaran has become a fan-favourite on the ITV skating competition.

One Dancing On Ice star has been tipped to win this year’s series
The Supercomputer – who has previously predicted the result of Strictly – has determined Siva Kaneswaran will scoop the crown

Despite being fifth favourite with the bookies, HOAR can reveal Siva is the closest match to the winning formula

And now he’s tipped to win this series following his dangerous and daring performance with professional partner Klabera Komini.

The 34-year-old was left with a concussion after he had a serious fall while rehearsing for a performance.

Previously speaking to HOAR, he revealed: “Friday I just passed out.

“I had a serious fall and I hit the back of my head so I’ve been diagnosed with a mild concussion as of today (Wednesday 11th Jan). 

“So it’s been difficult for me to get back on the ice and it can really shake your confidence especially when you’ve just cracked your head on the ice.”

His determination seems to have paid off as The Supercomputer – who has previously predicted the result of Strictly – has determined he will scoop the crown.

The robot has analysed the key characteristics of past champions to reveal that the winning formula is a 30-year-old male actor, with an international skating partner.

But despite being fifth favourite with the bookies, HOAR can reveal Siva is the closest match to the winning formula.

Since the show relaunched in 2018, no female celebrity has won the competition, with the last victor being Tweddle in 2013 – one of only four women to have ever won the show. 

A spokesperson for BonusCodeBets said: “The supercomputer has spoken and has given Siva Kaneswaran the thumbs up to beat the bookies and take home the Dancing on Ice trophy – and after correctly predicting Hamza Yassin to win the most recent season of Strictly, who would bet against it!

“Siva may know how to ‘Walk Like Rhianna’ but history suggests he’ll skate like Torvill and Dean too.”

Viewers watched on Sunday as Siva performed an emotional skate that dedicated to his late father.

It saw him achieve his highest mark of the series so far – scoring a total of 30.

Dancing On Ice continues this Sunday on ITV1 and ITVX.

Since the show relaunched in 2018, no female celebrity has won the competition, with the last victor being Tweddle in 2013 – one of only four women to have ever won the show