West End star Carley Stenson has been voted out of ITV celebrity show Dancing on Ice.
Carley was the sixth competitor to be booted off the show, following the exits of John Fashanu, Michelle Heaton, Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu, Patsy Palmer, and Darren Harriott.
Carley Stenson and Mark Hanretty scored 34.5 this week. It was then announced that Carley and Mark, and Siva and Klabera, were the couples who had the lowest votes, and so had to take part in the skate-off.
After each performing a new routine, it was announced that Carley and Mark would be leaving.
Carley recently starred in From Here To Eternity at the Charing Cross Theatre, and her other stage credits include Legally Blonde The Musical, Dial M For Murder; Les Miserables, Some Girls, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, and Curtains. On TV, she is best known on television as Steph Cunningham in C4’s Hollyoaks, a role she has played for over ten years.
Hosted by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, the judges of the show are Olympic legends Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, alongside dance star Ashley Banjo and Oti Mabuse.
During the TV show’s “Musicals Week”, Carley danced and sung live to Anything Goes from the classic Cole Porter musical, with her professional dance partner Mark Hanretty.
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Dancing on Ice celebrity Contestants
The celebrity competitors taking part in the new series are actress and DJ Patsy Palmer, Love Island winner Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu, olympic gymnast Nile Wilson, Coronation Street’s Mollie Gallagher, Drag Queen and TV personality The Vivienne, TV personality Joey Essex, comedian Darren Harriott, actress and West End star Carley Stenson, singer Michelle Heaton and The Wanted’s Siva Kaneswaran.
OUT OF THE COMPETITION SO FAR: John Fashanu, Michelle Heaton, Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu, Patsy Palmer, Darren Harriott, Carley Stenson
Dancing on Ice Skating Professionals
Guiding the celebrity novices are their professional partners. A new addition to the 2023 line-up is world-class ice dancer Olivia Smart. Returning to the new series are three Dancing on Ice favourites – Sylvain Longchambon, who last skated in the 2019 series and Vicky Ogden and Klabera Komini who both last skated in the 2021 series. Meanwhile, Matt Evers, who has been a part of Dancing on Ice since it launched in 2006, returns to the show alongside fellow series favourites Mark Hanretty, Brendyn Hatfield, Vanessa Bauer, Tippy Packard and Colin Grafton.