Dancing on Ice stars will battle it out to be the ultimate champion in the last ever final.
It promises to be a real North West affair with Blackpool's Hayley Tamaddon, Ray Quinn from Liverpool, and current champion Beth Tweddle from Cheshire taking to the ice.
The three spoke to Granada Reports Showbiz correspondent, Caroline Whitmore.
Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle is pledging their support for the day organised by the UK Safer Internet Centre
The bronze medallist from Cheshire was the target of sexist abuse on Twitter, urged web users to report trolls bullying..
Just 13% of parents in the North West say that they have spoken to their children about how to report concerns online
Commenting on her involvement, Beth said:
"It's really important young people feel safe and empowered online and know how to report anything that upsets them or to tell an adult. It's also vital that parents feel confident enough to discuss online safety with their children."
Today is the 11th Safer Internet Day with the theme 'Let's create a better internet together'.
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Olympic gymnast and Dancing on Ice Champion Beth Tweddle was back in Liverpool today to unveil a body cast of herself.
The gold sculpture was made in celebration of her Olympic bronze medal and will be on display at the Liverpool Museum.
It's the first time Beth has been back in the North West since winning the ITV show Dancing on Ice.
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Olympic medallist Beth Tweddle, from Liverpool has finally fulfilled a long-held ambition of wing-walking.
In a daring challenge, the gymnast took to the skies with RFC Rendcomb Airfield in Gloucestershire, strapped in to a harness as a light aircraft soars to heights of around 1,000ft.
The 27-year-old who scooped the bronze at the London Games to become the most decorated gymnast said: "I loved every minute of it, so much so that I went up into the air twice.
"This is something I have wanted to do for a long time, but haven't been able to, so I was pleased to have the chance."
She added: "I've got a snowboarding lesson next and I want to do a skydive next year. I have been training for my career ever since I was about seven, so this is a chance for me now to do something different."
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Bunbury's Beth Tweddle has been in the Granada Reports studio, speaking about her Olympic success.
Beth won bronze on the uneven bars at the North Greenwich Arena.
The 27-year-old is Britain's most successful gymnast, with three world, six European, seven British and now an Olympic medal to her name.