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Matt Evers's Biography

 
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In 1998, Matt Evers and his skating partner Heather Allebach won the US Junior Pair Championship.

Matt Evers spent four years with the United States Figure Skating Team.

In 2001, Evers turned professional and in the same year he presented Country Music Television's (CMT) reality show Cowboy U.

Matt Evers also hosted the live event Legends On Ice in Los Angeles.

Matt Evers and Dancing on Ice

In 2013, Matt Evers was paired with Pamela Anderson on Dancing on Ice. However, they were the first couple to be eliminated.

In 2012, Matt Evers was partnered by Jorgie Porter on Dancing on Ice. They came second.

In 2011, Matt Evers had been paired with Denise Welch in Dancing on Ice series 6.

Matt and Denise came sixth.

In 2010, in Dancing on Ice Matt Evers partnered Heather Mills.

They were fifth pairing to be voted off Dancing on Ice 2010.

In Dancing on Ice in 2009, Matt Evers partnered Zoe Salmon.

Matt and Zoe just missed out on the semi-finals and finished fifth.

In 2008 Matt Evers and his partner Suzanne Shaw won Dancing on Ice.

In the final Matt and Suzanne scored a unique 60 out of 60 for their first two routines and went on to defeat Chris Fountain and Frankie Poultney in the public vote.

Previously, Matt Evers skated with Lisa Scott-Lee in 2007, and he got to the final of Dancing on Ice with Bonnie Langford in 2006.

One of Matt Evers's skating specialities is the head-banger.

In 2007, Matt Evers and Bonnie Langford came first in 27 out of 41 shows on the Dancing On Ice Tour.

As well as performing on Dancing on Ice in the UK, Matt Evers also skated with Lara Bingle in 2006 in Australia's version of Dancing on Ice. Matt Evers was selected to be one of the professional ice skaters to appear in the final series of Dancing on Ice in 2014. He was reunited with Suzanne Shaw.



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