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Some 12 celebrities ski-suited and booted to take part in a new winter sports challenge TV show called The Jump. Olympian Sir Steve Redgrave is joined on the slippery slope by stars including Sinitta, Amy Childs and ex-England cricketer Darren Gough.
They will will battle it out in Channel 4's The Jump competing in sports including bobsleigh, skeleton, speed-skating, slalom skiing and cross-country skiing with the worst performers having to brave a huge ski jump to stay in the competition.
Also taking part in hair-raising feats on the snow and ice are former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt, presenters Anthea Turner and Melinda Messenger and Ritchie Neville of reformed boyband 5ive.
Winter Olympics stars skier Graham Bell and skeleton gold medallist Amy Williams will be among those training the hopefuls.