Following the announcement that Dancing on Ice will finish after next year's series, we look back at the past winners of the show.
Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean have told ITV's Daybreak that the popular show Dancing on Ice will finish after next year's series.
Gymnast Beth Tweddle was left "speechless" after she was crowned the winner of ITV's Dancing on Ice 2013.
Dancing on Ice presenter Phillip Schofield has tweeted his tribute to Tony Gubba, who commentated on the show:
It's with the saddest of hearts that I tweet the news that our dear friend Tony Gubba has passed away. We were all aware how poorly he was..From @Schofe on Twitter:
but this is very sudden and is a dreadful to everyone who knew & loved him. A genuinely delightful, kind, dedicated & talented man....From @Schofe on Twitter:
All my love and condolences to his family. I'm so glad I had the privilege of working with him & getting to know himFrom @Schofe on Twitter:
Tony Gubba presented a variety of BBC sports shows and covered every Olympic Games, both summer and winter, from 1972 to 2012 and every World Cup from 1974 to 2006.
Lately he was known for his commentating on Dancing on Ice
Sports presenter Tony Gubba, who worked as a commentator on ITV series Dancing On Ice, has died aged 69, following a short illness.
Olympian Louis Smith tweeted to congratulated fellow gymnast Beth Tweddle on winning the Dancing on Ice title.
Beth Tweddle said she was "speechless" to be crowned Dancing on Ice champion. The gymnast added: "All credit goes to Matt, he's done an amazing skate tonight."
– Matt Lapinskas
It's been an amazing 10 weeks. Congratulations to Beth, really well done, a great contender. Dan, congratulations mate.
I've actually fallen in love with skating now and I'm not going to give it up, I'm going to keep going.
I can't thank Chris and Jane enough or thank Brianne enough, she's one in a million, I'll never find another one like her.