DANCING on Ice’s raucous end of show party has been cancelled because of Coronavirus.
ITV show bosses have pulled the plug on the annual shindigs because of strict social distance protocol to help stop the spread of the virus, The Sun can reveal.
The annual Dancing on Ice after party is known to be a booze-fuelled and lively affair after months of gruelling training and hard work.
Now the party has been axed, cast and stars are likely to receive a gift or a goodie bag instead.
A source told The Sun: “It will be a dry campus this year.
"When the show ends we will still be in lockdown. So the team at DOI is doing what they can to keep everyone safe. That means the party is off this year."
"It’s a shame because it's what the cast and crew look forward too after all their hard work over the past months.
"The party is where everyone cuts loose, it gets really wild. Whatever happens at the party, stays at the party.
"Phil usually gives a great speech too while everyone is at the bar, so we will be gutted to miss it this year."
Joe Swash led the celebrations at last year's DOI bash as he partied the night away after the dramatic finale.
He was crowned winner just ahead of Perri Kiely but the pair proved there were no hard feelings between them as they hit the dance floor.
Fellow contestant Trisha Goddard documented the evening – showing what wild antics they got up to.
Showing she was the life and soul of the party, Trisha was seen dancing alongside all her pals.
Winner Joe was keen to show off his moves off the ice and was spotted grinding up against Trisha.
Maura Higgins looked amazing as she shimmied about on the dance floor, celebrating her success on the show.
Elsewhere Perri was clearly peckish as he was seen carrying a pizza box around with him.
He handed out pizza to the rest of the cast and crew and even had a dance off with his Diversity bandmate and Dancing on Ice judge Ashley Banjo.
DOI semi-finals hosted by Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield — returns this evening on ITV at 6pm
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