Christopher Dean and Jayne Torvill let slip that all the Dancing on Ice judges all keep a secret sweet treat under their desks.
According to the British champion's each panel member is allowed to have something nice to nibble on throughout the show.
When speaking with Lorraine Kelly, 62, on Wednesday's ITV programme, the Scottish host diverted the conversation to a "tip off" she'd received about stashing goods under the desk.
Looking bamboozled, Chris, 63, and Jayne, 64, turned to one another before unveiling the truth.
Lorraine asked: "So I'm told you keep Jelly Beans under the desk? Is that true?"
Jayne responded: "I keep Jelly Babies," with Chris interjecting that his chosen sweet had been "treacle mints" as he admitted he liked something "a bit stronger".
Meanwhile on the programme, the ice skating professional's explained that they had not yet met with new judge Oti Mabuse.
Chris told Lorraine: "We haven't met Oti yet but will be meeting her today."
In December, it was announced that the Strictly professional dancer would be joining the skating panel after John Barrowman was axed amid allegations of sexual misconduct on the set of Doctor Who.
Oti now joins Chris, Jayne and Diversity star Ashley Banjo as judges of the iconic ITV feel-good programme.
Speaking about her new adventure, she said: "As a professional dancer I have always had so much respect for the skating professionals.
"It is an exceptional skill that is also so beautiful to watch.
"I can't wait to see the celebrities thrive as they learn how to ice-skate and to champion the professional skaters as they create incredible choreography."
Dancing on Ice returns to screens this weekend with a fresh new line-up of 12 celebrities – who are all excited to impress the judges.
Fans can look forward to seeing, Corrie's Sally Dynevor, Happy Monday's Bez and Love Island's Liberty Poole all in the famous line-up – to name a few.
Dancing on Ice kicks off this Sunday at 6:30pm on ITV.
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