Dancing On Ices Brendan Cole and Ben Foden ‘in feud’ before show has even started

Ben Foden and Brendan Cole are said to have already fallen out with one another just two weeks after the officialDancing On Ice2022 line-up was announced.

The likes of Love Island’s Liberty Poole,Coronation Street star Sally Dyneverand S Club 7’s Rachel Stevens are also taking to the ice in the New Year which will return to our screens in January.

It's been claimed that Ben created a DOI WhatsApp group chat for all the celebrities to be part of, but Brendan failed to give his number over.

Ben is believed to have called out Brendan out for not being part of the chat, and allegedly accused the ex-Strictly Come Dancing star as being “too big time” to want to speak to his fellow DOI celebs.

A source toldThe Sun: "We haven't really spoken much, but Ben popped the chat off with some banter straight away.

"He said, 'Now we know who is too big time to give us your number, Brendan.'

"Ben messaged everyone privately on Instagram and said 'if you want to join a chat, send me your number’,” they continued.

"So whoever hasn't joined obviously hasn't given their number. So Ben called him out I think."

OK! have approached the Dancing On Ice press team, as well as Ben and Brendan’s reps for comment.

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As to who’s set to do well in the 14th season of DOI, Brendan has already branded himself has having an advantage over the rest of the contestants.

Brendan said: "Yes I have an advantage, I’ll hopefully pick up choreography quite easily.

"There’ll be certain things I won’t have to think about working on in the week, because hopefully they will be naturally there…

"But I like to think, as I did with Strictly, you start in a certain place and it’s not where you finish, it’s about where you start and your progression.”

Meanwhile,Rachel Stevens dismissed the claims that she had an advantagebecause of her dancing history.

While Brendan appears confident,Liberty Poole is apparently the bookies' favourite to win.

As of early October, Ladbrokes were offering odds of 3/1 on Liberty winning the figure-skating series, while the former rugby player Ben Foden was at 6/1 and Regan Gascoigne, son of footballer Paul, was at 8/1.

Meanwhile, Paralympian Stef Reid was a 10/1 shot, while 20/1 says Bez from the Happy Mondays wins and Corrie's Sally Dynevor lagged behind at 25/1.

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