The TV presenter will fill in for Vanilla Ice on five dates in Newcastle and Birmingham. However, Brazier - who came fifth in the series - said that he is "looking forward" to being reunited with the show's cast.
Speaking about rehearsals with his partner Isabelle Gauthier, he wrote in his MSN Blog: "We have skated twice in the last three weeks since the show and it's fair to say what took us six months to learn can be forgotten in six weeks so I think I'm in for a shock when I get to Sheffield and skate intensively every day again!
"I'm looking forward to going hard on my body again though because I've lost a bit of tightness since the show ended and I want my body back how it was!"
He continued: "It will also be amazing to see the people I spent so much time with, I've missed Sam and Laura quite a bit and I also think Chloe [Madeley]'s partner Michael [Zenezini] and I have all the ingredients for a good bromance! He's a top man.
"Anyway, I hope they're all behaving themselves and I look forward to the fun stuff and performing our routines in front of many!"
The Dancing On Ice tour - which also features series winner Sam Attwater and runner-up Laura Hamilton - continues in Sheffield on Saturday.
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Watch our interview with Dancing On Ice champion Sam Attwater below: