Who left Dancing on Ice 2024?


DANCING On Ice returned to our screens this weekend for another round of dances.

But for one celeb it was the end of the road as they became the latest to leave the 2024 show.

Claire Sweeney and Colin Grafton are the latest pairing to have left the competition

Who left Dancing on Ice 2024?

Judges Ashley Banjo, Oti Mabuse, Jayne Torvill, and Christopher Dean were tasked with sending another couple home.

Both Lou Sanders and Claire Sweeney were forced to take part in the dreaded skate-off to keep their place in the contest.

The judges all voted to save Lou and her pro, with judge Ashley saying he was saving the person with the “stronger skating content”.

Ultimately, it was Coronation Street actress Claire, 52, who was eliminated from the show with her professional dance partner Colin Grafton.

Speaking on her exit, Claire said: “I’ve absolutely loved it.

“I want to say a huge thank you to Karen [Barber], to Dan [Whiston], to physio and this man of course,” pointing to Colin.

The remaining celebrities will now prepare for Musicals Week, where they will showcase routines inspired by some of the biggest theatre productions.

Who was eliminated on Dancing On Ice 2024?

In every episode, at least one star skater must leave the show.

Here’s who has left Dancing On Ice 2024 so far:

  • Week three: Claire Sweeney and Colin Grafton.
  • Week two: Hannah Spearritt and Andy Buchanan.
  • Week one: Ricky Hatton and Robin Johnstone.

When is Dancing On Ice on TV?

The 2024 series of Dancing On Ice kicked off on Sunday, January 14 at 6:30 pm.

The show airs weekly on ITV and ITVX.

Episodes will be available for catch-up on ITVX shortly after they have aired.

Who won Dancing On Ice 2023?

The Dancing On Ice final was a showdown between Joey Essex, The Vivienne, and Nile Wilson.

Nile, with partner Olivia Smart, were the first to perform their showcase skate and nailed the dangerous headbanger move.

The Vivienne then took to the rink with Colin Grafton, skating to Dark Horse by Katy Perry.

Finally, Joey and Vanessa Bauer put on a cheeky showcase skate based on Hercules: Zero To Hero.

All pairings got 40 scores from the judges – Ashley Banjo, Oti Mabuse, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean.

After the second “Battle” skate, where all contestants performed together, it was up to the public to decide who would remain in the competition.

Unfortunately, The Vivienne was voted out of the Dancing On Ice final, finishing in third spot.

This left only Joey and Nile to perform Torvill and Dean’s famous Bolero.

Both put their own interpretation on the iconic dance, before it was announced that Nile was the champion of Dancing On Ice 2023.

Nile had been a favourite going into the final having performed well throughout the 2023 season, topping the leaderboard and winning the hearts of fans of the ITV show.

However, some had feared that he’d miss out on the trophy due to being the least famous.

After the show’s hosts, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield announced the results, Nile and Olivia hugged each other and thanked fans for their support.

Getting emotional about his win, Nile said: “I want to thank everyone that voted back home, I really appreciate it.

“I just want to say, if Dancing On Ice is anything other than entertainment, we’ve got eleven human beings all different shapes and sizes stood on this stage tonight with an allocated time to get good at something and we’ve proved that we can do that.

“So what an inspirational show! If you put your mind to something and you work hard you can achieve anything you want.”