Dancing On Ice 2024 winner crowned in final results

Dancing On Ice 2024 final three

The winner of Dancing On Ice 2024 has been crowned in the live final results.

Sunday’s evening latest episode (10 March) saw Ryan Thomas & pro partner Amani Fancy win Dancing On Ice following the ninth and final round of live performances.

The last remaining skaters on this year’s line up performed live for viewer votes, each skating a new showcase routine with their professionals.

The judges – Olympic winners and ice skating legends Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, presenter and choreographer Ashley Banjo MBE, and dancer and presenter Oti Mabuse – also scored each routine out of 10 points to make up the Dancing On Ice leaderboard.

Viewers then voted for their favourite. In the final it was viewer votes alone that determined the winner.

Earlier in the show, Adele Roberts & pro skater Mark Hanretty finished the competition in third place.

Miles Nazaire & pro partner Vanessa Bauer were in second leaving Ryan Thomas & Amani Fancy as winners.

Ryan was left shocked by the result, telling Stephen and Holly: “I’m speechless!”

Dancing On Ice top two

Before the final, Greg Rutherford was forced to quit due to injury.

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Dancing On Ice results recap

Week Eight

In the semi-final, those in the bottom tow were Amber Davies & her pro partner Simon Sénécal and Adele Roberts & pro skater Mark Hanretty

After both couples performed again, the judges gave their votes. Ashley, Oti and Chris all voted to save Adele. As a result, Amber was eliminated.

Although her casting vote was not needed, head judge for the week Jayne said she would have also voted to save Adele.

Week Seven

In the quarter-final it was guilty pleasures week. The at risk couples were Amber Davies & her pro partner Simon Sénécal and Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards & his pro skating partner Vicky Ogden.

After both couples performed again, the judges gave their votes. Guest judge American figure skater Johnny Weir and Jayne both voted to save Amber while Oti voted to save Eddie.

It was therefore down to head judge for the week Chris to deliver a deciding vote, saving Amber. As a result, Eddie was eliminated.

Week Six

It was Personal week and the at risk couples were Amber Davies & her pro partner Simon Sénécal and Ricky Norwood & pro skater Anette Dytrt.

After both couples performed again, the judges gave their votes. Guest judge Johnny together with Oti and Chris all voted to save Amber, seeing her through to next week’s show. Therefore, Ricky departed the competition.

Although her casting vote wasn’t needed, head judge for the week Jayne said she would’ve also voted to save Amber.

Week Five

It was Musicals week and a double elimination surprised the cast. With the fewest combined public votes and judges’ scores, Roxy and Slyvain were immediately eliminated.

Lou & Brendyn and Ricky & Anette then faced the skate off. After both couples performed again, the judges gave their votes, saving Ricky. As a result, Lou also departed the show.

The episode also featured a performance from West End and Broadway star Marisha Wallace.

Week Four

It was Dance week and Lou Sanders & pro partner Brendyn Hatfield and Claire Sweeney & pro skater Colin Grafton were left facing the skate off.

After both couples performed again, the judges gave their votes. Ashley, Oti and Chris all voted to save Lou & Brendyn, seeing them through to next week’s show. As a result, Claire departed the show.

Also in the episode, there was a performance from the cast of Shrek The Musical.

 

Week Three

It was Movie week and this week there was no skate off. Instead the celebrity with the fewest combined viewer votes and judges’ marks was immediately eliminated.

In the results, hosts Stephen and Holly announced the safe couples one by one until Hannah Spearritt and pro partner Andy Buchanan were the unlucky couple left standing.

Also in the episode, Oscar winner Ariana DeBose performed.

 

Week One/Two

In in the first elimination, Ricky Hatton was voted-off after the skate off against Lou Sanders.

Ashley, Oti and Christopher all voted to save Lou. The week’s head judge Jayne therefore did not need to vote, but said she would have also saved Lou.

Speaking after his exit, Ricky said: “I’m gutted to be going home, I’ve tried to be a winner all my life in all I’ve done and it’s been a while since I’ve seen the second round.”

He added: “I think I will carry on skating, I may be out in the first round but I’ve had a great time, met some memorable friends, I’d like to thank Robyn for all her hard work, all the coaches for their work.

“I may be going home in the first round but I’m going home happy.”

Dancing On Ice 2024 continues next Sunday night on ITV1 and ITVX.