Yebin Mok, Hamish Gaman, and Klabera Komini have been replaced by three new professional ice skaters on 'Dancing On Ice'.
The trio have not been named among among the pros for next year's series, but the 2022 line-up now includes competitive figure skaters Tippy Packard, Colin Grafton and Morgan Swales.
Morgan, 22, who hails from Sheffield, revealed how she first took to skating after seeing 'Dancing on Ice' as a child.
She said: "I first started ice skating at the age of nine and this came from seeing 'Dancing on Ice' on TV, I just wanted to have a go. So I pestered my mum into letting me start having lessons.”
Tippy, 22, is a three-time Hong Kong Champion and World Figure Skating competitor, and 30-year-old Colin competed internationally as a pairs skater for Team USA.
The trio of skating stars will join Matt Evers - the longest serving pro - alongside fellow series favourites Alexandra Shauman and husband Łukasz Różycki, Andy Buchanan and wife Robin Johnstone, Mark Hanretty, Brendyn Hatfield, Vanessa Bauer, Karina Manta, Joe Johnson and reigning champion pro Angela Egan.
The pairings are yet to be announced, but the star line-up includes the likes of 'Corrie' legend Sally Dynevor, 58, Kimberley Waytt of The Pussycat Dolls, and Love Island’s Liberty Poole.
Other celebrities in the line-up include S Club 7 singer Rachel Stevens, 43, and rugby star Ben Foden, 36.
This news comes after Yebin and her husband Dr Tom Naylor - who have son Theo - welcomed a daughter into the world last week.
They wrote on Instagram: "She kept us waiting but we are overjoyed to welcome our gorgeous little girl into the world. Both mummy and baby are healthy and happy. Our little family is now four (sic)"