DANCING on Ice star Ria Hebden has revealed her secret weapon that could help her win.
The presenter says having live TV experience will help keep her nerves in check when she makes her debut on the ice this Sunday.
Ria, 39, can usually be found offering up what's to watch on telly on Lorraine's ITV show every Friday.
But this weekend she's going to be on the most popular show of the night.
She's up against some stand-out characters who have impressive dance experience including Strictly's Brendan Cole and Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyat.
Revealing how she has an advantage over some of the other contestants, Ria said: "I think having the live TV experience helps.
"I know how to channel the adrenaline and the nerves, and also how to feed off the energy from the audience.
"I like to tell myself whenever I host an event that everyone in the room is there to support me and wants me to do well.
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"I'll definitely be channelling that mantra when we go live to the nation."
Ria has interviewed an impressive list of celebrities, including Sandy Toksvig and Kim Cattrall about the #MeToo movement.
She also interviewed Idris Elba and John Boyega about the ongoing diversity issue pushing some black British talent to migrate to the US for work.
Known for her weekly presenting slot on ITV's Lorraine, Ria Hebden has a variety of presenting credits.
This includes co-presenting All Around Britain with Alex Beresford on ITV and broadcasting live outside This Morning.
She has also featured as a panellist on I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here – The Daily Drop and BBC One's Strictly It Takes Two.
Ria married her husband Mark in 2012 and have two children, Noah and Lula.
She owns her own production company called Carpe Diem Media Productions, which features digital talk show, Wonder Woman TV.
The company also has a monthly podcast and Wonder Woman Live! – the annual, live event that brings together women in the TV and Creative industries.
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