Illness, injury and poor dancing skills have all featured on the list of reasons to leave the ballroom.
The series is set to begin in a matter of weeks.
After a one-off last year, Mo Gilligan and AJ Odudu are back at the helm of the revived morning comedy show.
The former hit show's one-off comeback proved so popular that it's making a summer return to screens.
The star is dealing with an injured ankle.
The contestant had to drop out with an injured ankle.
The TV presenter has been forced to leave the competition after injuring her ankle.
AJ Odudu has had to pull out of the final.
The star said she was 'so sad' about missing the final.
The finalist said she wasn't sure about her partner to begin with.
The TV presenter is devastated to have suffered ligament damage to her foot.
The gossip has had an impact on the star's love life.
The TV presenter had put in a strong performance until the final lift.
Craig Revel Horwood loved the boys' Rhumba so much he wants to dance it at his wedding.
Motsi Mabuse regrets her choice of words after sparking 'crazy conspiracy theories' about the dance-off.
The rumoured real-life couple were spurred on by Claudia Winkleman to kiss on air after their Halloween performance.
The couple put in a steamy performance on Saturday night.
The couple got extremely close at the end of their steamy Argentine Tango.
The former 'Bake Off' winner's debut dance as part of an all-male couple scored highly with the judges.
The show made a one-off return for Channel 4's Black to Front, but viewers want to see it permanently back on the schedules.
The BBC One series is returning with a host of new contestants ready for the dancefloor.
She said she was contacted by people seeking advice after his death.