Former Dancing on Ice winner Suzanne Shaw thinks Jason Gardiner is missed | Entertainment Daily

Suzanne Shaw thinks Dancing on Ice misses Jason Gardiner’s witty one-liners.

The 38-year-old star – who won Dancing on Ice in 2008 – has hailed the outspoken judge, saying he brought some much-needed controversy to the show before he was replaced by John Barrowman.

Jason left the panel after the 2019 series (Credit: ITV)

Suzanne – who previously starred in the band Hear’Say – told Daily Star Online: “I love Jason, personally.

“I thought he was a fantastic addition, he was a really great part to Dancing on Ice.

“I think he put his stamp on that character and on that part.”

Jason was a regular fixture for almost every Dancing On Ice series (Credit: ITV)

Despite this, Suzanne is a big fan of John, hailing the new judge as “loveable and fun”.

She said: “I don’t think he’s got it in him to be controversial and nasty to anybody, he’s so loveable and fun.

“In terms of a mixture on that judging panel, you don’t have that Craig Revel Horwood or Jason Gardiner or Simon Cowell in there.”

Suzanne also feels that John, 52 – who previously appeared in the sci-fi series Torchwood – is perfectly suited to starring on the ITV show.

John Barrowman is the new judge (Credit: ITV)

The blonde beauty explained: “John ticks all the boxes in that he’s done it before, he’s a performer, he’s done it for years, he’s good at acting singing and dancing.

“Again, times have moved on and there isn’t a reason to be nasty any more you just have to be constructive with your judging. Maybe this is the new way it should be!”

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Harry ‘fast-tracked royal exit as he feared Meghan was on the brink’ | Entertainment Daily

Prince Harry reportedly ‘fast-tracked’ plans for him and Meghan Markle to quit senior roles in the royal family because ‘he was worried that she would have a meltdown’.

The couple announced last week that they were intending to take a step back from senior royal duties and live with financial independence.

Now reports claim that the shock news was rushed through because the Duke, 35, feared that his wife was ‘on the brink’.

Harry was said to have ‘fast-tracked’ the announcement (Credit:

It’s been said that the Duchess – who married Harry in 2018 – has found the ‘slow pace’ of Palace life ‘painful’ and that she has struggled to settle in the UK.

A source told The Sun: “The statement was rushed out and part of the reason for that is that Harry knew he needed to take swift action. Meghan has not settled in the UK and he knows that and wants her to be happy.”

The source added that Harry decided to move quickly during the couple’s six-week break in Canada over Christmas.

According to the insider, he feared that ‘staying in the UK for too long would lead to his wife having a meltdown’.

Meghan said things were ‘hard’ in an ITV documentary (Credit: ITV)

Ent Daily has contacted reps for Buckingham Palace for comment.

In October, the Sussexes filmed an ITV documentary, in which host Tom Bradby asked Meghan about life as a Duchess.

She told him: “It’s… it’s hard. You know? I don’t think anybody can understand that, but in all fairness I had no idea, which probably sounds difficult to understand here.

“But when I first met my now-husband, my friends were really happy because I was so happy, but my British friend said to me, ‘I’m sure he’s great, but you shouldn’t do it because the British tabloids will destroy your life’. And I very naively…

“I’m American, we don’t have that there. ‘What are you talking about, that doesn’t make any sense, I’m not in tabloids.

“I didn’t get it. So it’s, erm… yeah, it’s been complicated.”

William is said to be worried about his brother (Credit:

A palace insider told the BBC that Harry’s older brother, Prince William, was ‘worried’ after seeing the documentary.

William, Harry, their father Prince Charles and the Queen are reportedly set to meet at Sandringham on Monday (13.1.20) for showdown talks in a bid to rescue the situation and alleviate the crisis.

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