Dancing On Ice's Sally Dynevor's skate partner revealed as Corrie star is paired with Matt Evers

DANCING on Ice's biggest signing Sally Dynevor has been partnered up with Gemma Collins' legendary skate partner Matt Evers.

The Corrie star, 58, and the US skater met for the first time this afternoon in a big unveiling after it was revealed she was competing in Dancing On Ice 2022.

Sally will be skating alongside Matt who has been partnered with the show's biggest stars over the years including Gemma Collins, Denise Welsh, Denise Van Outen, and Pamela Anderson.

He made history as Dancing On Ice's first ever same-sex pairing with H from Steps, paving the way for Strictly to follow suit with Johannes Radebe and John Whaite.

Sally gushed about her new partner: "Yes I have my partner and I’m so excited. The journey really begins @[email protected]"

Matt, 45, had been undercover in a secret location while producers set up the big meet.

He told fans on Instagram last night: "I'm basically in hiding right now. I can't reveal anything. I can't reveal my location, who I'm skating with."

Sally has played one of the most-loved characters in Coronation Street, the legendary Sally Webster, since 1986.

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Now the veteran soap star is taking on a new challenge on Dancing on Ice.

No doubt fans will be hoping Sally, whose daughter is Bridgerton star Phoebe Dynevor, will bring her family to cheer her on as she competes.

Phoebe shared a rare snap with her Coronation Street star mum Sally earlier this week.

The mother-daughter duo glammed up for the Harper’s Bazaar Awards in London.

Phoebe shared the stunning snap on Instagram and captioned the post: "My woman of every year. Love you mumma."

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