JASON Gardiner has called a truce with his former Dancing on Ice foe Karen Barber as she returns to the show as head coach. The two stars have clashed on a number of occasions, particularly during one infamous moment back in 2011 which left Olympic skater Karen in tears. While the 57-year-old didn’t return to the show when it relaunched earlier this year, she has been brought back into the fold as head coach for the 2019 series. In what is bound to be a surprise for some, judge Jason, 47, is delighted to have Karen back on the show. Speaking at the show’s launch, the show’s resident Mr Nasty was asked about their fractious relationship and said: “Just professionally. In her role as a coach, she is unsurpassable. “Nobody can get our celebrities at the level Karen can, so I was hugely celebrating the fact that Karen has come back in that capacity because I know that translates into me seeing celebrities that will be able to have a much bigger vocabulary with their skating and therefore that means the performances will be even better.” Jason Gardiner gives Alex Beresford a telling off on Dancing On Ice Before Karen… Read full this story
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