Who left Dancing on Ice last night?

BOVINGDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 11: Alexandra Schauman and John Fashanu attend the "Dancing On Ice" Series 15 Photocall at ITV Studios on January 11, 2023 in Bovingdon, England. (Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)

DANCING on Ice has returned to our screens for a brand new season full of skating, glitter and glamour.

Each week one celebrity will be voted out of the ITV competition until there is only one champion remaining.

It was Alexandra Schauman and John Fashanu who left the competition this week

Who left Dancing on Ice last night?

On January 22, it was revealed that former footballer John Fashanu was the first star eliminated from this year’s Dancing on Ice.

He faced former Love Islander Ekin-Su with her professional dance partner Brendyn Hatfield in the skate-off.

John and his dance partner Alexandra Schauman skated to Norman Greenbaum’s Spirit In The Sky, while Ekin-Su danced to Ariana Grande’s No Tears Left To Cry.

The judges all decided to vote for Ekin-Su, which meant it was the end of the road for John in the ITV competition.

Speaking about his time on the show, John said: “It’s been great…it has been wonderful the FA Cup final again…yes, I shall carry on skating!”

Who has left Dancing on Ice so far?

Here’s who has left the show so far:

  • Week one: John Fashanu and Alexandra Schauman

Who is still left in the competition?

There were a total of 11 celebrities taking part in Dancing on Ice this year.

Each week it gets narrowed down, and now there are just 10 celebrities remaining.

The stars left in the competition are:

  • Michelle Heaton and Lukasz Rozycki
  • Carley Stenson and Mark Hanretty
  • Darren Harriott and Tippy Packard
  • Joey Essex and Vanessa Bauer
  • The Vivienne and Colin Grafton
  • Mollie Gallagher and Sylvain Longchambon
  • Nile Wilson and Olivia Smart
  • Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Brendyn Hatfield
  • Patsy Palmer and Matt Evers 

When is Dancing on Ice next on TV?

Dancing on Ice returned for a brand new season on Sunday, January 15. 

The ITV show continues Saturday, January 28, at 6.30 pm.

It will return with a second episode on Sunday, January 29, at the same time.

The show will have a running time of an hour and a half, with the episode coming to an end at 8 pm.

Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby are once again hosts, while Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, Ashley Banjo and Oti Mabuse are judging the contestants.