Rachel Stevens and Regan Gascoigne will compete in the upcoming series Dancing on Ice in January 2022, it has been reported.
The 43-year-old singer is best known for being a bandmember in the Brit award-winning band S Club 7 before enjoying success as a chart-topping solo artist.
Meanwhile, Paul Gascoigne’s 25-year-old son is on his way to a career on the small screen and he is undoubtedly ready to make his famous family proud as the series’ youngest contestant.
The news comes as it was announced that Coronation Street actress Sally DiNever and Happy Monday veteran Beige were the first stars to be confirmed for the show.
Thriller: S Club 7’s Rachel Stevens and Paul Gascoigne’s son Regan will compete in the upcoming series Dancing on Ice in January 2022, it has been reported
A TV insider told SunAbout Rachel: ‘She has brought with her a huge fan following from her days at S Club 7 and as an artist in her own right.
‘Plus Rachel looks amazing and will look absolutely sensational on ice – plus she has dance experience both in her pop career and beyond.’
The Reach hitmaker has already tried her hand at dancing, competing for an impressive second place finish during the 2008 series of Strictly Come Dancing.
Prior to an episode of “Strictly Curse,” she postponed her marriage to Alex Bourne during her stint on the show — though they married a year later and now share daughters Emily, 10, and Minnie, six.
Talented: Singer, 43, (third from left) best known for being a bandmember in a Brit Award-winning band before enjoying success as a chart-topping solo artist (pictured in 1999).
Wow! A TV insider said: ‘She has brought with her a huge fan following from her days at S Club 7 and as an artist in her own right’ (pictured in 2009)
Love-up: Rachel married childhood friend Alex Bourne in 2009 and shares daughters Amelia, 10, and Minnie, seven, with her boyfriend (pictured 2011)
It marks Regan’s reality show debut, after seeing his sister Bianca currently participate in Celebrity Big Brother, Love Island and Italy’s Dancing with the Stars.
A TV insider told Sun: ‘She’s also a dancer, and that shows how the ITV show is taking the dance choreography side of the show more seriously, rather than being able to master skating.’
Representatives for Regan and Rachel have been contacted for comment by MailOnline, with a Dancing on Ice spokesperson declined to comment.
Adorable: Regan is undoubtedly set to make his famous family proud as the series’ youngest contestant (pictured in 2019)
Family: After watching his sister Bianca participate in the likes of Celebrity Big Brother, Love Island and Italy’s Dancing With the Stars, it marks Regan’s reality show (pictured with his mother Sherrill, centre-right, father Paul , centre-left, and sister Bianca, moved too far in 2013)
Coronation Street actress Sally DiNever and Happy Monday veteran Beige were the first stars to confirm the ITV show was a hit.
It was announced on Monday’s Lorraine that Sally, 58, would swap Corey Cobbles for an ice rink, with the actress – who plays Sally Webster on the soap – admitting: ‘I’m so scared!’
Meanwhile Baez, 57, was confirmed during an appearance on This Morning as she revealed the news to DOI hosts Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield.
Bridgeton star Phoebe Dinaver’s mother Sally said: ‘Now everyone knows I’m doing this I can’t hold back can I?!’
Thrilling: Coronation Street actress Sally DiNever, 58, was the first celebrity to be confirmed for the hit ITV show
Asked if she has skated before, Sally said: ‘No, never! I went with Hattie [her daughter] I had a penguin when she was little and I thought it was too hard so I go get coffee!’
She continued: ‘It’s a big challenge, Lorraine. It really, really is. I’m not getting any younger, I just have to take advantage of every opportunity so that when I get older I can say you know what? I gave it a…