Dave Vitty said he was "gutted" as he became the latest celebrity to be voted off Dancing On Ice.
After his skate-off rival Kerry Katona got two of the three judges' votes to stay in the programme, the DJ who is also known as Comedy Dave said: "I'm gutted obviously.
"But I know I'm not one of the best skaters in this competition."
Dave's BBC Radio 1 breakfast show colleague Chris Moyles stood up in the audience to applaud his wing-man.
The comic added: "I've had such a good time. It's been a real privilege."
Speaking of skating partner Frankie Poultney he said "she was the best partner I could have hoped for".
Reality television star and former I'm A Celebrity queen of the jungle Kerry was first to take to the rink to stay in the competition after the public votes were combined with the judges' scores. Unsurprised at being in the bottom two, she admitted: "I'm nowhere near as good as them lot. I really am devastated."
She danced in gold hotpants to There's No Business Like Show Business with her partner Dan Whiston. Judge Emma Bunton said she found it "very difficult" as she saved Kerry, and Jason Gardiner decided to keep her in the competition based on her performance in the skate-off.
Comedy Dave donned a long black wig and purple flares for his costume as he skated to The Age Of Aquarius. He did pick up the vote of Robin Cousins, who said it was "a real toss up".
"I am a skater and I went for the skater," he added.