Dancing on Ice 2024: full series guide, winner, runners up and more

 Dancing on Ice 2024 skaters: Eddie, Lou, Ricky, Roxy, Amber, Miles, Adele, Greg, Claire, Ryan, Hannah, Ricky.
Dancing on Ice 2024 skaters: Eddie, Lou, Ricky, Roxy, Amber, Miles, Adele, Greg, Claire, Ryan, Hannah, Ricky.
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Dancing on Ice 2024 returned as 12 new celebrities took to the ice to perform live dazzling routines to impress the judges and audience.

As Dancing on Ice came back to bring more sparkle to our Sunday evenings, we saw famous faces lace up their skates to take on the ultimate challenge and pull off show-stopping performances.

After weeks of watching the contestants brave the ice, we have now got a new champion to add to our Dancing on Ice winners list.

We also saw a new change to the hosts as Stephen Mulhern presented alongside Holly Willoughby after replacing Phillip Schofield.

Here's everything you need to know about the 2024 series from who won to what dances everyone performed each week...

Dancing on Ice 2024 next episode

Dancing on Ice 2024 has now finished and all episodes are available to watch on ITVX if you want to re-watch your favourite routines from the series.

Who won Dancing on Ice 2024?

Ryan Thomas and his professional partner Amani Fancy were crowned the Dancing on Ice 2024 champions on Sunday, March 10 after impressing the judges week-on-week.

Ryan and Amani reached the final where they battled it out to win the coveted title against Miles Nazaire and Vanessa Bauer and Adele Roberts and Mark Hanretty. Ryan and pro partner Amani skated to the song "Believer" by Imagine Dragons, where they performed a Game of Thrones-themed routine and were awarded a perfect 40 score.

Speaking after his win, Ryan said: "I'm speechless. I just can't... I'm so happy for Amani, because she's put so much work into this."

He also dedicated his trophy to Greg Rutherford, who was forced to pull out of the final due to an injury, by saying: "This one's for you!", which fans branded a "sweet gesture" on social media.

Dancing on Ice 2024 line-up — all this year's celebrities and where they came in the competition

Unfortunately, Gogglebox star Stephen Lustig-Webb broke his left ankle during training and had to medically withdraw from the competition.

A spokesperson for Dancing On Ice said: "Stephen Lustig-Webb has had to withdraw from the show due an injury he sustained to his ankle during training. He is still very much a part of the Dancing On Ice family, we will be helping to support Stephen and we wish him well with his recovery. "

Dancing on Ice announced Stephen's replacement...

Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards — seventh to be eliminated

Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards and Vicky Ogden.
Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards and Vicky Ogden.

Ski jumper legend Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards joined the Dancing on Ice cast after Gogglebox star Stephen Lustig-Webb had to withdraw from the show due to an injury he sustained during training.

Swapping skis for skates, Eddie took to the ice alongside his fellow celebrities as he said: “I had a phone call saying that somebody had broken their ankle on Dancing on Ice and would I like to take part in the show. I was thinking, 'Oh, shall I? Shall I?' I thought it was way too late because people had already started training. I decided, 'yeah, why not? Give it a go. It's worth a challenge.' I like the fact that I'm way behind everybody and I've got to catch up. I like that kind of thing. I decided to jump in and try and help out, as it were.”

Eddie skated with professional skater Vicky Ogden, after his original partner Tippy Packard sustained an injury to her knee.

Eddie was the seventh contestant to be eliminated after he lost to Amber Davies in the skate-off. His skating partner Vicky praised him as being "amazing to skate with."

"He’s just legendary. I watch him, even on his own going out doing his edges, he’s incredible to work around," she said.

Ricky Hatton — first to be eliminated

Ricky Hatton & Robin Johnstone.
Ricky Hatton & Robin Johnstone.

World Champion Boxer Ricky Hatton MBE was the first contestant to take part in the new series of Dancing on Ice and skated with Robin Johnstone.

Talking about what his family and friends thought of him doing the show, he revealed: "They all thought it was crackers because I can't dance on a solid floor, so I don't know how I'm going to do it on ice! But it was great. The reaction of my kids, Millie and Fearne, they watched the show and they went, 'Oh my God, dad. Oh honestly, are you dad? Can't wait for this. Don't go embarrassing us, dad.' That fills you with confidence, doesn't it?"

Ricky was the first celebrity skater to be knocked out of the competition after landing in the skate-off against Lou Sanders.

Ricky told the judges after his exit: "I'm gutted to be going home, yeah, because I've tried to be a winner in all my life in everything I've done. It's been a while since I saw the second round! I think I will carry on skating. I may be out in the first round, but I've had a great time, met some wonderful friends."

"Even though I'm going home in the first round, The Hitman will be going home happy!" he added.

Claire Sweeney — third to be eliminated

Claire Sweeney & Colin Grafton.
Claire Sweeney & Colin Grafton.

Actress Claire Sweeney was the second celebrity confirmed to be taking part in the new series of Dancing on Ice and skated with Colin Grafton.

Claire commented: "I love watching the show. I'm a fan of the show. I've had quite a few friends who've done it who've absolutely loved the experience, and I wanted to get a skater's bum for Christmas! I look at what The Vivienne lost, like nearly four stone. How wonderful to learn a new skill, get a really fit body, and you know what? As you get older, you get a bit more fearful and you get a bit more cautious. To really conquer something that is terrifying is wonderful."

Claire was the third contestant eliminated from the competition after losing the skate-off against Lou Sanders.

After her elimination, Claire, who was forced to make a last-minute routine change following a rib injury, said of her time on the show: "I've absolutely loved it, and I just want to say a huge thank you to Karen, Dan, to Sharon the physio and her team, Marcus in make-up and this man [Colin] of course, to everyone.

"I'm really relieved [my son] Jaxon's in the audience and not in the kitchen watching me get eliminated, so I'm really pleased he's here. Thank you."

Hannah Spearritt — second to be eliminated

Hannah Spearritt & Andy Buchanan.
Hannah Spearritt & Andy Buchanan.

Actress and singer Hannah Spearritt was the third celebrity confirmed to be taking part and she skated with Andy Buchanan.

She said about her biggest fear about doing the show: "One of my biggest fears initially was hurting my partner. Just losing focus and catching him with my blade. It really worries me - having a terrible, terrible accident. Now I've started I'm not fearing that much at the minute. I’ve fallen so many times. I haven't hurt myself that bad, really. Maybe when I do fall and I really hurt myself, maybe that will become a fear. I am quite tentative so maybe there's a bit of fear."

S Club 7 star Hannah left the competition after she received the lowest amount of votes as there was no skate-off this week.

Speaking after her elimination she revealed: “I have [enjoyed it]. Everyone has been fantastic and to be partnered with Andy, it’s been an absolute joy. Thank you for the journey.”

Amber Davies — eighth to be eliminated

Amber Davies & Simon Senecal.
Amber Davies & Simon Senecal.

West End star Amber Davies was the fourth celebrity confirmed to be taking part in the new series and she skated with Simon Senecal.

Amber was excited to embrace the sequins, Lycra and fake tan on the show: "I said the bigger, the better. The more sequins, the better. If there's feathers, stick them on! I want crazy hair, crazy makeup, things that I wouldn't do in my normal day-to-day life. I want to squeeze as much out of this experience as I possibly can because you don't know how long you're going to be in for. I want to get more dramatic and more wild as the weeks go along."

Amber was eliminated in the semi-final after scoring a full 40 points for her routine. Despite this, she found herself in the skate-off against Adele Roberts and Mark Hanretty.

The judges chose to save Adele and Mark, meaning Amber missed out on a place in the final.

She said after the decision: “Honestly, I just feel like younger me would not believe that I’ve had this experience. And thank you so much for having me on,” she continued, before turning to Simon. “You have been life-changing for me in so many ways.”

She praised the whole team behind Dancing on Ice, branding everyone from her co-stars to the paramedics as “amazing."

Greg Rutherford MBE — pulled out of the final due to injury

Greg Rutherford & Vanessa James.
Greg Rutherford & Vanessa James.

Olympic champion and presenter Greg Rutherford was the fifth celebrity confirmed for Dancing on Ice 2024 and he skated with Vanessa James.

Asked on what made him say yes to the challenge, he replied: "Madness, stupidity! No, for me, I love the challenge and I thought, 'It's about time I do another challenge. It's been so long now.' I loved ice skating as a kid, it was actually 25 to 30 years ago that I was skating. It was quite a long time ago. I used to love watching ice hockey. I used to be a big fan. We had a local team that we'd go and watch every week, so, I thought, 'Why not? It'd be a brilliant challenge. It gives me a good reason to train.' I'm really looking forward to it actually."

Greg pulled out of the final due to an injury, meaning only three couples were skating to win.

A spokesperson at the time confirmed Greg's departure, saying: "Greg and Vanessa [James] have been such a popular couple this series and have performed some truly memorable routines.

“We will be helping to support Greg and wish him well with his recovery. We also want to thank him for being such a treasured member of the Dancing on Ice family."

Miles Nazaire — runner-up

Miles Nazaire & Vanessa Bauer.
Miles Nazaire & Vanessa Bauer.

TV Personality and Made in Chelsea star Miles Nazaire was the sixth celebrity confirmed to be taking part in the new series of Dancing on Ice. He skated with Vanessa Bauer.

Talking about his first day on the ice: "Awful! I was sliding all over the place. My boots were not done up properly. I remember Torvill and Dean were like, 'Yeah, your boots are way too loose.' So I went, 'I don't know how to do them, right?' Thinking about where I am now is actually quite crazy. I have to admit, I'm really proud of myself. I've really put in the work over the last few weeks and it's definitely shown up and I'm excited."

Miles and Vanessa placed second in the competition after putting on some impressive performances throughout the series. The pair skated to "Turn to Stone" by Ingrid Michaelson, and Miles suffered a heavy fall during their opening performance for the final.

After performing the Bolero in front of Torvil and Dean, Miles and Vanessa battled it out with Ryan and Amani for the tropy and came runners-up.

Lou Sanders — fifth to be eliminated

Lou Sanders & Brendyn Hatfield.
Lou Sanders & Brendyn Hatfield.

The eighth celebrity who took part in the new series was comedian and writer Lou Sanders. She was skating with Brendyn Hatfield.

She revealed on what made her sign up for the show: "I love adrenaline, I love learning new skills, I’ve always wanted to be a backing dancer and I think this is as close as I’ll get. I can’t actually dance and I think you don’t start as a backing dancer with no skills in your forties. Don’t quote me on that - it’s just a hunch."

There was a twist during Musicals week — the lowest placing pair would skate straight off the ice, with the second and third lowest taking part in the skate off.

The episode also included the Judges' Challenge, where each celebrity had to perform either a solo spin for a minimum of two revolutions or a freestyle jump with both skates leaving the ice. Two time Olympic figure skater champion Johnny Weir was also a guest judge.

Lou and Brendyn and Ricky Norwood and Annette Dytrt were the lowest scoring pairs and found themselves in the skate-off. All of the judges chose to save Ricky, meaning that Lou was eliminated.

After her elimination, Lou said: "It's all about never giving up, so we will be back next week. I've had the time of my life – [Brendyn's] been amazing. He said his insurance has gone up working with me!"

Ricky Norwood — sixth to be eliminated

Ricky Norwood & Anette Dytrt.
Ricky Norwood & Anette Dytrt.

EastEnders legend Ricky Norwood, who played Arthur 'Fatboy' Chubb for five years, was the ninth celebrity to take part in this year's competition and he skated with Annette Dytrt.

He had high hopes that the EastEnders fans would pick up the phone and vote for him.

"The EastEnders fans have always been behind me ever since I've left. They're such a great bunch and they're such a special group of fans. They've supported me ever since I've left in whatever I have done. They're probably going to support me again and I hope they do. They're a fantastic bunch and I've got so much love for EastEnders and all the EastEnders fans, so fingers crossed they pick up the phone."

Ricky was the fifth celebrity to be sent home after landing in the skate-off against Amber Davies. The judges chose to save Amber, so Ricky was eliminated from the competition.

Upon his exit Ricky said: "From not being able to walk on the ice to getting to this point, I never thought I'd make it this far! I'm just so pleased and I appreciate all of you guys."

He added about his professional partner: "She's amazing, she pushed me, she believed in me, every single week, every single day, I don't know where I would have been without you sweetheart."

Adele Roberts — third

Adele Roberts & Mark Hanretty.
Adele Roberts & Mark Hanretty.

Broadcaster and DJ Adele Roberts was the tenth celebrity to compete on Dancing on Ice and she skated with Mark Hanretty.

Adele admitted that she was "starstruck" to be working with partner Mark Hanretty.

"I was a bit starstruck when I met him because I've watched the show for years and I felt a bit bad for him because his partners have been stellar. He's had Kimberly Wyatt or last year, Carley Stenson. I told him I'll give it everything that I've got. He's just such a lovely, gracious guy and he wants us to do well. Obviously he knows I'm never going to be figure skater level like him, so they know to just work with what they've got. It's been lovely getting to meet him and work with him."

In the final, Adele and Mark performed a Western-style routine to "Texas Hold 'Em" by Beyoncé and came in third place after receiving a top score of 40.

Adele said: "I've absolutely loved it, and I couldn't wish for a better experience." She added that inspiring others with a stoma was "[our] trophy."

Ryan Thomas — winner

Ryan Thomas & Amani Fancy.
Ryan Thomas & Amani Fancy.

Actor Ryan Thomas was the eleventh celebrity confirmed for Dancing on Ice and skated with Amani Fancy.

He is best known for playing Jason Grimshaw in Coronation Street for 16 years, before going on to star as Rafael Humphreys in Neighbours in 2018.

On what made him take on the challenge, he said: "It was like it was fate. The week before I got the phone call my 15-year-old daughter had just out of the blue said to me 'Dad will you do Dancing on Ice?' It was so random when she said it to me and I had just said 'Maybe one day Scarlett.' A week later I got a phone call from my agent saying would I like to do it! It wasn’t even a discussion, I immediately said 'I want to do it.' Of all of the shows it’s the one I’ve always wanted to do. I love skating, there’s something about it that I really enjoy. I’m so happy that I got the phone call and I’m onboard for this series."

Ryan and Amani skated to victory and were crowned the winners of Dancing on Ice 2024. In an extra special final to mark the 40th anniversary of Torvill and Dean's gold medal win at the Winter Olympics in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ryan and his fellow finalist Miles performed a routine inspired by the duo's performance to Ravel's Bolero in Sarajevo at the 1984 Games.

Ryan said he was “speechless” as he was crowned this year’s Dancing on Ice winner and Amani broke down in tears of joy as they were given the trophy.

Roxy Shahidi — fourth to be eliminated

Roxy Shahidi & Slyvain Longchambon.
Roxy Shahidi & Slyvain Longchambon.

Emmerdale star Roxy Shahidi was the twelfth celebrity taking to the ice and skated with Sylvain Longchambon.

Roxy revealed if any of the Emmerdale winners had given her advice: "Matthew [Wolfenden] just said to me, 'Look, it's really, really, really hard work. Be aware it will take over your life. It's every single day.' Some days you work on top of it and then suddenly you realise how full on it is physically and schedule-wise. He really warned me about that but he also said, 'You're going to absolutely love it.' And so far he's right. It's really intense but also I am enjoying it as challenging and as scary as it is."

Roxy and her partner Sylvain skated straight off the ice after they scored the lowest overall mark in Musicals week.

Following her elimination, she told Holly: "It's brutal, I was looking forward to doing my save dance! I'm really proud of what I've done, what I've learnt. [Sylvain]'s been amazing, and the whole experience has been incredible."

Dancing on Ice 2024 songs

Here are all the songs the skaters danced to throughout the competition...

Week one songs - Sunday, January 14

  • Hannah Spearritt & Andy Buchanan – "Break Free" by Ariana Grande

  • Ryan Thomas & Amani Fancy – "Sex On Fire" by Kings of Leon

  • Roxy Shahidi & Sylvain Longchambon – "You Don’t Own Me" by Say Grace

  • Amber Davies & Simon Senecal – "Hold On To Now" by Kylie Minogue

  • Ricky Hatton & Robin Johnstone – "Gonna Fly Now" by Bill Conti

  • Greg Rutherford & Vanessa James – "Don’t Stop Me Now" by Queen

Week two songs - Sunday, January 21

  • Claire Sweeney & Colin Grafton - "Holding Out For A Hero" by Bonnie Tyler

  • Miles Nazaire & Vanessa Bauer - "Hard To Handle" by The Black Crowes

  • Eddie Edwards & Vicky Ogden - "Livin' On A Prayer" by Bon Jovi

  • Lou Saunders & Brendyn Hatfield - "Hung Up" by Madonna

  • Ricky Norwood & Annette Dytrt - "Body Grove" by Architechs and Wyles

  • Adele Roberts & Mark Hanretty - "Clearly" by Grace Vanderwaal

Week three songs (Movie Week) - Sunday, January 28

  • Claire Sweeney & Colin - "Cruella De Vil" by Dr John

  • Hannah Spearritt & Andy - "Let It Go" by Louise Dearman

  • Amber Davies & Simon - "What Was I Made For?" by Billie Eilish

  • Greg Rutherford & Vanessa - "You Never Can Tell" by Chuck Berry

  • Miles Nazaire & Vanessa - "A Thousand Years" by Amanda Holden

  • Eddie Edwards & Vicky - "Soul Bossa Nova" by Quincy Jones

  • Lou Saunders & Brendyn - "Hold One" by Wilson Phillips

  • Ricky Norwood & Annette - "Mr Blue Sky" by Elo

  • Adele Roberts & Mark - "Clubbed To Death" by Rob Duggan

  • Ryan Thomas & Amani - "Pure Imagination" by David Shannon

  • Roxy Shahidi & Sylvain - "Jump In The Line" by Harry Belafonte

Week four songs (Dance Week) - Sunday, February 4

  • Claire Sweeney & Colin Grafton - Burlesque to "Big Spender" by Shirley Bassey (with Claire singing live).

  • Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards & Vicky Ogden - Jive to "Karma Chameleon" by Culture Club

  • Ricky Norwood & Annette Dytrt - German Schuhplattler to "YMCA Remix" by Billy McIntyre and Ceilidh Band

  • Amber Davies & Simon Proulx-Sénécal - The Cha Cha to "Sway" by Michael Bublé

  • Ryan Thomas & Amani Fancy - Tango to "Into the Jungle" by X Ambassadors

  • Adele Roberts & Mark Hanretty - The Charleston to "Hit The Road Jack" by Throttle

  • Miles Nazaire & Vanessa Bauer - Ballet to "Vois Sur Ton Chemin" by Les Choristes

  • Greg Rutherford & Vanessa James - Salsa to "La Bomba" by Ricky Martin

  • Roxy Shahidi & Sylvain Longchambon  - Belly Dance to "Beautiful Liar" by Beyonce and Shakira

  • Lou Saunders & Brendyn Hatfield - Waltz to "What a Wonderful World" by Eva Cassidy

Week five songs (Musicals Week) - Sunday, February 11

  • Amber Davies & Simon Proulx-Sénécal - "Revolting Children" from Matilda 

  • Ryan Thomas & Amani Fancy - "Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ The Boat" from Guys & Dolls

  • Greg Rutherford & Vanessa James - "On My Own" from Les Misérables

  • Roxy Shahidi & Sylvain Longchambon - "Your Song" from Moulin Rouge

  • Miles Nazaire & Vanessa Bauer - "Cum On Feel The Noise" from Rock of Ages

  • Eddie The Eagle & Vicky Ogden - "Phantom of the Opera" from Phantom of the Opera

  • Adele Roberts & Mark Hanretty - "Little Shop of Horrors" from Little Shop of Horrors

  • Ricky Norwood & Annette Dytrt - "Sunset Boulevard" from Sunset Boulevard

  • Lou Saunders & Brendyn Hatfield - "Six" from Six The Musical

Week six songs (Personal Week) - Sunday, February 18

  • Amber Davies & Simon - "Mama" by Spice Girls

  • Greg Rutherford & Vanessa - "The Greatest Show" by Panic At The Disco

  • Miles Nazaire & Vanessa - "All Along The Watchtower" by Jimi Hendrix

  • Eddie Edwards & Tippy - "Jump" by Van Halen

  • Ricky Norwood & Annette - "Three Little Birds" by Bob Marley & The Wailers

  • Adele Roberts & Mark - "Young Hearts Run Free" by Candi Station

  • Ryan Thomas & Amani - "Easy" by Dougie James

Week seven songs (Guilty Pleasures Week) - Sunday, February 25

  • Amber Davies & Simon Senecal - "Waterloo" by ABBA

  • Greg Rutherford & Vanessa James- "Bye Bye Bye" by NSYNC

  • Miles Nazaire & Vanessa Bauer - "Genie In A Bottle" by Christina Aguilera

  • Eddie Edwards & Vicky Ogden - "What Makes You Beautiful" by One Direction

  • Adele Roberts & Mark Hanretty - "You're My World" by Jane McDonald

  • Ryan Thomas & Amani Fancy - "Club Tropicana" by WHAM!

Week eight songs (Semi-final) - Sunday, March 3

  • Amber Davies & Simon - "Wildest Dreams" by Taylor Swift

  • Greg Rutherford & Vanessa - "A Sky Full Of Stars" by Coldplay

  • Miles Nazaire & Vanessa - "Feeling Good" by Michael Bublé

  • Adele Roberts & Mark - "Rise Like A Phoenix" by Conchita Wurst

  • Ryan Thomas & Amani - "Ain't That A Kick In The Head?" by Robbie Williams

Week nine songs (Grand final) - Sunday, March 10

  • Adele & Mark - "Texas Hold ‘Em" by Beyoncé

  • Miles & Vanessa - "Turn To Stone" by Ingrid Michaelson

  • Ryan & Amani - "Believer" by Imagine Dragons

The couples also performed the iconic Bolero routine.

Dancing on Ice 2024 professionals

Dancing on Ice confirmed the 2024 line-up of professional skaters all taking to the ice with their celebrity partners.

Vanessa Bauer, Colin Grafton, Mark Hanretty, Brendyn Hatfield and Sylvain Longchambon all returned to the ice for this year's series.

Tippy Packard was originally partnered with Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards but sustained an injury to her knee, so was unable to skate in the competition. However, she did return for the group numbers.

An ITV spokesperson told us at the time: "Tippy sustained an injury to her knee and is no longer skating with Eddie. We are hopeful that Tippy will be back on the show performing in our group numbers."

After a break from one series and having both first featured on the show in 2013, Andy Buchanan and Robin Johnstone made their comeback to the show.

Karen Barber and Daniel Whiston also returned to the show as Head Coach and Creative Director.

Matt Evers announced that he would be leaving the show, who has been part of the pro line-up since the first series in 2006.

Series regulars Alexandra Schauman and Łukasz Różycki took a break from the new series.

Dancing on Ice also welcomed four brand new skaters to the ice:

  • Amani Fancy — Two time British national champion, has previously appeared on the German version of Dancing on Ice.

  • Vanessa James — Six time French national champion who represented Canada at the 2022 Winter Olympic games.

  • Annette Dytrt — Former German and Czech national champion, also appeared on the German version of Dancing on Ice.

  • Simon Senecal — Former Armenian national champion and Winter Olympian.

Dancing on Ice 2024 the professionals.
Dancing on Ice 2024 the professionals.

Dancing on Ice 2024 hosts

Stephen Mulhern and Holly Willoughby for Dancing on Ice 2024.
Stephen Mulhern and Holly Willoughby for Dancing on Ice 2024.

Holly Willoughby, who has presented the series since 2006, came back to host the brand-new series.

Joining Holly was Stephen Mulhern, who replaced Philip Schofield.

Speaking about the news, Katie Rawcliffe, head of entertainment commissioning at ITV, said: "Holly and Stephen are two of our best-loved presenters, so reuniting them 20 years after they first appeared on screen together to host Dancing on Ice marks the start of an exciting year for the show."

Dancing on Ice 2024 judges

DOI judges 2024: Oti Mabuse, Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean and Ashley Banjo.
DOI judges 2024: Oti Mabuse, Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean and Ashley Banjo.

The judging panel stayed the same for the new series, with former Strictly Come Dancing professional Oti Mabuse, Olympic skating champions Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, and Diversity dancer Ashley Banjo all returning.

Is there a trailer for Dancing on Ice 2024?

Dancing on Ice released a first look clip of this year's cast which you can watch below.