All the 'Dancing On Ice' winners so far

Ray Quinn, Regan Gascoigne and Suzanne Shaw have all won Dancing On Ice. (Getty/ITV/PA)
Ray Quinn, Regan Gascoigne and Suzanne Shaw have all won Dancing On Ice. (Getty/ITV/PA)

Dancing On Ice has crowned the 2022 winner after the toughest competition yet as three strong professional performers went up for the trophy.

Former Strictly Come Dancing pro Brendan Cole and Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt impressed on the show, but it was dancer Regan Gascoigne who joined the ice rink's hall of fame.

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Here are all the winners of the ITV series, including Gascoigne for series 14.

Series 1 - Gaynor Faye

Gaynor Faye and Daniel Whiston during
Gaynor Faye and Daniel Whiston (WireImage)

In 2006, actor Gaynor Faye became the first ever celebrity skater to win a series, alongside pro partner Daniel Whiston.

The star, known for her roles in Coronation Street and Emmerdale, fought off competition from stars including John Barrowman, who later went on to join the ice panel as a judge.

Series 2 - Kyran Bracken

Kyran Bracken attending the launch of ITV's Dancing On Ice at the London Television Centre.
Kyran Bracken (PA)

Rugby player Kyran Bracken was a surprise hit on the ice, triumphing over experienced showbiz performers including Duncan James, Lisa Scott-Lee and Stephen Gately.

He was such a skilled skater that Bracken even managed to land himself a new job touring as part of the cast of skating show Holiday On Ice.

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Series 3 - Suzanne Shaw

Dancing on Ice stars Suzanne Shaw and Matt Evers during a photocall for the Dancing on Ice The Final Tour held at the Phones4u Arena, Manchester.
Suzanne Shaw and Matt Evers (PA)

One of the previous winners that always makes the list of top skating stars to have taken part in the show is ex Hear'Say singer Suzanne Shaw.

She created some magical moments on ice and beat another all-time competition favourite, Chris Fountain.

Series 4 - Ray Quinn

MANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM - APRIL 16:  Ray Quinn attends the photocall promoting 'Torvill And Dean's Dancing On Ice - The Tour 2009' at Manchester Evening News Arena on April 16, 2009 in Manchester, England.  (Photo by Shirlaine Forrest/WireImage)
Ray Quinn first won in 2009. (WireImage)

If there's one celebrity skater whose name is forever remembered in connection with Dancing On Ice, it's Ray Quinn - the singer was so good that many weeks, viewers could barely tell the difference between him and the professionals.

However, also worthy of a mention from the 2009 series is Todd Carty who created the show's most iconic moment ever when he lost control of his skates and accidentally zoomed off the rink mid-performance.

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Series 5 - Hayley Tamaddon

Hayley Tamaddon and her Dancing on Ice partner Daniel Whiston arriving at the opening night of Cirque du Soleil's Quidam at the Royal Albert Hall, London.
Hayley Tamaddon and Daniel Whiston (PA)

Pro skater Daniel Whiston got another win under his belt with a soap star in 2010, and the achievement was extra special as it was with lifelong friend Hayley Tamaddon.

The pair are particularly remembered for their Jai Ho routine and triumphed over finalists Gary Lucy and Kieron Richardson.

Series 6 - Sam Attwater

Sam Attwater attending the launch of ITV's Dancing On Ice at the London Television Centre.   (Photo by Ian West/PA Images via Getty Images)
Sam Attwater (PA)

Former EastEnders star Sam Attwater is remembered for a lot to do with Dancing On Ice that didn't include his win.

The actor and his skating partner Brianne Delcourt declared themselves an item early on in the series, but hastily called things off when they were accused of creating a showmance to win votes.

Attwater has since married another of the show's former pro skaters, Vicky Ogden, who he has two children with.

Series 7 - Matthew Wolfenden

NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, UNITED KINGDOM - APRIL 13: Matthew Wolfenden and Nina Ulanova meet the press ahead of Dancing On Ice - The Live Tour! at Metro Radio Arena on April 13, 2012 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. (Photo by Tommy Jackson/WireImage)
Matthew Wolfenden and Nina Ulanova (WireImage)

It was battle of the soap stars in the 2012 final when Emmerdale's Matthew Wolfenden went up against Hollyoaks actor Jorgie Porter.

Wolfenden took the crown, but it was Porter who was invited back for the All Stars series a couple of years later.

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Series 8 - Beth Tweddle

Dancing on Ice star Beth Tweddle during a photocall for the Dancing on Ice The Final Tour held at the Phones4u Arena, Manchester.   (Photo by Peter Byrne/PA Images via Getty Images)
Beth Tweddle (Getty Images)

Marking the first year that a contestant with significant performing experience won the show, rather than a celebrity, Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle put her lifetime of skilled routines to use on the ice.

The judges made a big thing of her needing to brush up on her dance skills to match her acrobatic ability throughout the series, but it was really no surprise that she won.

Series 9 - All Stars - Ray Quinn

Ray Quinn during the Dancing On Ice Live UK Tour Launch Photocall at SSE Arena, London.
Ray Quinn is the only double winner. (PA)

At one point, it looked like Dancing On Ice was about to be consigned to the history books - but not before the ITV series bowed out with a blockbuster of a contest, the All Stars.

It featured memorable skaters from throughout the previous eight series, some of them winners, but also worthy runners-up and show icons such as Todd Carty.

However, there was only ever going to be one champion of champions - Dancing On Ice favourite, Ray Quinn.

Series 10 - Jake Quickenden

Jake is a strong favourite to win the show. (ITV)
Jake Quickenden and Vanessa Bauer (ITV)

It might have spent a few years in the TV wilderness, but by 2018 the show pulled off its greatest feat yet by making a comeback, with refreshed interest from viewers.

Serial reality TV contestant Jake Quickenden finally got a win under his belt, having been an also-ran in The X Factor and I'm A Celebrity, partnering new skater Vanessa Bauer who has since proved herself to be one of the show's best pros.

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Series 11 - James Jordan

'Dancing on Ice' winner James Jordan 'needs surgery' on skating injury
James Jordan and Alexandra Schaumann (ITV)

When ex-Strictly dancer James Jordan signed up to the competition, many viewers questioned whether it was fair to have a pro performer taking part.

But there was no denying he was the best skater of the series and he beat Love Island's Wes Nelson to win the trophy.

Series 12 - Joe Swash

Joe Swash won 'Dancing On Ice' alongside professional skating partner Alex Murphy. (ITV)
Joe Swash and Alex Murphy (ITV)

The surprise winner of the 2020 series was ex-EastEnder Joe Swash, despite having gone up against Perri Kiely in the final.

Maybe viewers felt the Diversity dancer had too much of an advantage with his years of performing alongside the show's judge Ashley Banjo, but either way, Swash even survived a change in pro partner to be victorious.

Series 13 - Sonny Jay

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Sonny Jay and Angela Egan celebrate being crowned Dancing on Ice champions 2021 by Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield
'Dancing On Ice' TV show, Series 13, Episode 8, Final, Hertfordshire, UK - 14 Mar 2021
Sonny Jay and Angela Egan (ITV)

It's never a show without risk, but the 2021 series went down in history as the most disaster-prone ever as it battled through positive COVID tests, injuries and accidents, even being forced off air for a week mid-series.

After losing five celebrities and burning through all of its reserves, the final was eventually brought forward by a week, with viewers feeling it was a case of choosing from whoever was left standing - which turned out to be Capital FM's Sonny Jay.

Series 14 - Regan Gascoigne

Regan Gascoigne is paired with pro skater Karina Manta on 'Dancing On Ice'. (ITV)
Regan Gascoigne and Karina Manta won Dancing On Ice 2022. (ITV)

The most recent series of Dancing On Ice was definitely a controversial one, given that all three finalists were professional dancers, but it certainly made for an entertaining show.

Brendan Cole is an ex-Strictly pro (as is judge Oti Mabuse) and Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt used to sit on the panel for Got To Dance along with judge Ashley Banjo, so at times it was difficult to draw the distinction between the contestants and the ice panel.

However, it was Regan Gascoigne who eventually won the viewers' votes, also a professional dancer but probably better known for being Paul Gascoigne's son.

Gascoigne told how he'd loved the show since childhood and called it a dream come true to take part and win.

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