Jason Gardiner doubts Dancing future
Jason Gardiner wouldn't be surprised if he's not asked back onto 'Dancing On Ice', because producers are currently working on several ''format changes'' to ''inject'' life into it.
Jason Gardiner fears he won't be asked back onto 'Dancing On Ice' because producers are working on "format changes".
The outspoken choreographer - who has appeared on the panel of the ice-skating show since 2006 - admits he still hasn't signed a new contract for the next series and is unsure whether he will be invited back because producers are working on several "format changes".
Speaking at the TVChoice Awards at London's Dorchester Hotel last night (06.09.10), he told BANG Showbiz: "It's a great show, it's a good, fun show. But it's a show that needs new life injected into it.
"I know the producers are working on new format changes, apparently we have a new home as well, so that's going to also change the look of the show, because we're not in the Elstree Studios anymore. So it'll be very interesting to see what they're going to do and I can't wait to hear.
"Would I go back if they asked me to? Um. I think so, yeah."
Despite being unsure of his future on 'Dancing On Ice', Jason admits changes are well-needed.
He added: "I think it needs to have a younger feel in the sense that I would love them to bring in more pro skaters, bring in some of them to do demonstration dances and really inject some more vitality into it."