Dancing on Ice will be on air on Saturday after it was cleared in the review into TV phone-ins, ITV has announced.

The show was put on hold while ITV launched an independent review following the TV phone-in scandal. Now ITV says it’s satisfied the programme didn’t breach any broadcast codes, and the semi-final will go ahead shown.

ITV launched a review into all programming using premium-rate phonelines after it discovered the X Factor had overcharged viewers.

The network said: “ITV can confirm that Deloitte have performed the first stage of their review of the interactive processes and procedures contained within Dancing on Ice.

“On the basis of the information available, including Deloitte’s findings, ITV is satisfied that the programme is being operated in accordance with the Icstis and Ofcom codes.

“Deloitte are close to completing their initial review of other current shows and we hope to be making further announcements next week.”

ITV director of television Simon Shaps said: “We are delighted Dancing On Ice is going ahead as planned and viewers will be able to vote as normal for their favourite celebrities in Saturday’s semi-final.”

Quiz channel ITV Play is still off air and won’t return until it’s passed a ‘security audit’.