Dancing On Ice stars have given up all hope of winning – because they reckon Perri Kiely is a dead cert.
They all think his dance background with troupe Diversity means he’s bound to win.
The 24-year-old, far right, has been topping the leaderboard every week.
Rival Ben Hanlin, 33, inset, told the Daily Star Sunday: “We all said on the first day that Perri is going to win it. It’s kind of like, ‘That’s going to happen…that’s fine’. So I definitely don’t think I’ve got any chance of winning.
“He is in a league above all of us. He’s a lovely, lovely bloke.
“And he is phenomenal at skating. Perri can do things on the ice that are just incredible. Dancing and doing things to music is just in his body.
“And I think he’s going to keep getting better. It’s fine because we all love watching him skate.”
Instead of vying for the trophy, the other skaters reckon the best they can hope for is a spot in the final.
Ben added: “It’s a case of seeing who out of the rest of us can go furthest.
"The competition is about who can get into the final. I hope if I keep working hard and taking risks that I could get to the final.
“When you take a risk you know it could either pay off or you could be out. But I’m going to keep taking risks.”