All three had been previously rumoured to be taking part, with the first two confirming the news on Chris Evans’ Radio 2 breakfast show.
Max said: “I haven’t done any skating since I was a kid, and this is completely different having to skate on live television.
“I’ve had two training sessions which have hurt my feet a lot. We’ve all had a dance, which is familiar territory, but skating is so not…”
Candice will get her skates on for the first time later today and admitted: “It’s nerve-wracking. My friends call me Bambi on Ice and that’s just normal day to day!”
Following this announcement, former ‘X Factor’ singer Jake became the sixth star confirmed for the line-up, as confirmed during an interview on ‘Lorraine’.
Jake is no stranger to reality TV, and after putting ‘The X Factor’ behind him in 2014, went on to star in both ‘I’m A Celebrity’ and the most recent series of ‘The Jump’.
A total of 12 celebrities will be taking part in the series when it returns to our screens in early 2018.
So far, the line-up includes a former ‘Love Island’ contestant, a ‘Coronation Street’ star and, last but absolutely not least, a member of Bucks Fizz. The other stars taking part will be named in the coming weeks.
Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield will return to host the show while Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean will make the switch from acting as coaches for the celebs, to becoming judges alongside Jason Gardiner.
A fourth judge – potentially Ashley Banjo – is also set to be confirmed in the coming months.
‘There’s Something About Miriam’
After filming ended, the six men who took part in the show filed a lawsuit against producers, accusing them of conspiracy to commit sexual assault, defamation, breach of contract and psychological and emotional damage.
It was also blasted by critics, with some accusing the Sky One show of reinforcing stereotypes about trans people, and exploiting an important issue.
‘I Wanna Marry Harry’
Eventual winner Kimberly Birch later hit out at the show, claiming the girls all knew that ‘Prince Harry’ was an imposter, but were manipulated into thinking they were just being paranoid by producers, who urged doubters to speak to a fake therapist for reassurance.
‘Playing It Straight’
The E4 show was eventually won by former Mr Gay UK Ben Harris, who opted to split the prize money with the show’s leading lady, Zoe.
‘Being Bobby Brown’
What Channel 4 hadn’t banked on, though, was quite how dull this would be for viewers.
‘Dapper Laughs: On The Pull’
Of course, the involvement of Leslie Joseph meant we still watched every episode…
One of the finest exchanges in reality TV history.
What was so unbelievable about ‘Lindsay’ wasn’t that the former wild child got her own reality show (forgive us, docuseries), but just how uneventful it was.
Running mascara and a few torn-out hair extensions later, and hey presto, you’ve got yourself a reality show.
‘Totally Jodie Marsh’
In 2015, she admitted she was “ashamed” of the show, describing it as “the worst period of her life”.
‘Peter Andre’s Bad Boyfriends Club’
Surprisingly, ‘Temptation Island’ was a smash the world over, with editions airing in the UK, America, Australia, Italy, Spain, Russia, Romania THE LIST TRULY DOES GO ON.