Season 14 of Dancing on Ice aired its semi-final on Sunday 13th March 2022 but then took a week off for the football. But fear not: the show returns this weekend to crown our winner.


The remaining Dancing on Ice 2022 contestants previously took to the rink again in the hope of impressing the judges – and the viewers at home – so they could make it to the grand final.

However, for Connor Ball and Kye Whyte the journey came to an end in a brutal final elimination ahead of this weekend's final.

The pair followed the likes of Stef Reid who went out the previous weekend, narrowly missing out on the semi-final.

Now only Brendan Cole, Regan Gascoigne and Kimberly Wyatt remain in the competition.

Here's a list of all the contestants who have been eliminated on Dancing on Ice 2022.

Who left Dancing on Ice 2022?

Connor Ball

The Vamps guitarist Connor Ball became one of the final celebrities to be eliminated from the competition ahead of the final. Judges chose to save Kimberly Wyatt over Connor and Olympic silver medalist Kye Whyte.

Kye Whyte

Kye Whyte – Dancing on Ice

Olympic BMX silver medalist Kye Whyte sadly fell at the final hurdle ahead of the grand final and was eliminated after judges chose to save Kimberly Wyatt over him and Connor Ball.

Stef Reid

Stef Reid on Dancing on Ice

Just missing out on a place in the semi-finals was Paralympic athlete Stef Reid who lost out in the skate-off to someone who had been there before: Kye.

Sally Dynevor

sally dynevor dancing on ice

Coronation Street star, Sally Dynevor, may have made it through the skate off against Bez a week earlier, but her luck ran out when she found herself in it again in Week Seven.

The Dancing on Ice panel had to choose between Sally and Kye, who found himself in the bottom two once again, but it was Sally that they decided to send back to the cobbles.


Bez – Dancing on Ice

Bez saw his time on the ice come to an end and he was eliminated from the competition after falling into the bottom two and skating against Sally Dynevor.

The Dancing on Ice panel were not split on this decision as they all voted to save Sally which meant Bez had to say his goodbyes after giving us several entertaining weeks.

Liberty Poole

Liberty Poole Dancing on Ice 2022

Liberty's Dancing on Ice journey came to an end after she suffered a fall during her main routine.

The Dancing on Ice panel, Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, Ashley Banjo and Oti Mabuse, had to decide between Liberty and Kye Whyte (who is no stranger to the skate-off) and it was Liberty who departed the competition.

Three out of the four judges opted to save Kye.

Rachel Stevens

Rachel Stevens
Rachel Stevens ITV

S-Club 7 star Rachel Stevens was voted off Dancing on Ice, following a journey that didn't go to plan.

The Dancing on Ice panel, Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, Ashley Banjo and Oti Mabuse, had to decide between Rachel and Kye Whyte and it was Rachel who ended up being shown the door.

It ends a bumpy journey for Rachel who found herself having to miss the first round of the show thanks to an injury.

Ria Hebden

Ria Heben on Dancing on Ice 2022

Lorraine presenter Ria Hebden was voted off Dancing on Ice, following a skate-off with Rachel Stevens.

The Dancing on Ice panel, Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, Ashley Banjo and Oti Mabuse, had to decide who to save after both of the contestants performed for a second time.

Oti, Ashley and Jayne all saved Rachel. While his casting vote was not needed, as the majority had already chosen Rachel, this week's head judge Chris said he would've also saved the S Club 7 star, making it a unanimous decision.

Ben Foden

Dancing on Ice 2022 contestant Ben Foden
Dancing on Ice 2022 contestant Ben Foden ITV

Rugby champ Ben Foden was the first contestant to leave Dancing on Ice, after facing Hebden in the dreaded skate-off.

For his performance, Foden and his professional skating partner, Robin Johnstone, danced to Livin' la Vida Loca by Ricky Martin. With just 23 points they finished at the bottom of the score board.

Ahead of his debut, Foden revealed he decided to sign up for the ITV skating show after seeing former contestant Wes Nelson take part.

"I spoke to a few guys before I accepted doing the show, I spoke to Max Evans, and Wes Nelson. Wes was the one who really made me do the show because he said it was an unbelievable experience and he absolutely loved it. He couldn't recommend doing it higher. So he was one of the reasons why I said yes in the end," he said.

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