Perri Kiely burst into the limelight with Diversity when the dance troupe were crowned Britain's Got Talent champions back in 2009.
Since then, the 24-year-old has rarely been off our screens, competing in reality shows like Splash!
He has also appeared on Celebs Go Dating, where he admitted women struggled to see past his child star status as he claimed he was strugglig to find love.
Perri has also worked as a backstage presenter on Got To Dance and toured the country with Diversity.
Now, he's the red hot favourite to be crowned Dancing On Ice champion.
Earlier this week it has been revealed Perri will perform a "very dangerous" and unprecedented stunt in the final.
The show's producer Dan Whiston has now told Sun Online that Perri is planning to showcase a new move during his performance.
He said: "I don't want to give too much away, but Perri's working on something that's never been done by a celebrity ever, ever, ever before. He's working on something really big.
"It's very, very dangerous. If he's there in the final I'm sure he'll do his best to do it. He's working on something very special."
And Perri left fellow Diversity member and Dancing On Ice judge Ashley Banjo in tears when he scored the first perfect 40 of the series.
But back when he was 12, Perri was best known as the adorable little boy with the big jumps who was key to Diversity's success.
The dance group exploded onto the stage and won huge praise from judges as well as the audience and fans at home.
The nation held its breath when Diversity reached the final of Britain's Got Talent and were competing against Susan Boyle.
And little Perri's reaction was absolutely adorable.
After jumping up and down for joy, he was clearly close to tears as the reality of what had just happened sank in.
Perri will no doubt be hoping he achieves the same success solo on Dancing On Ice.
- Dancing On Ice is on ITV at 6pm tonight.
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