Conley and pro partner Mark Henretty were voted off the ITV1 reality show last night and the fitness guru claimed that she had "loved every second" of her time on the programme.
"I tried so, so hard not to get upset, but it's such a beautiful programme and I have loved every second of it. Three and a half months of complete enjoyment and learning a new skill with the best teacher in the world as far as I'm concerned," Conley told hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford.
Joking about her show highlight, she said: "It's a very tactile sport and everyone is hugging each other - and I have never hugged and stroked so many beautiful male bodies in my life!"
Conley claimed that her stint on the programme was the "cherry on the icing" of her "wonderful life".
"My big message to anybody out there, as you get older - get your weight down, eat well, do fitness so that as you go into older age you can do anything," she added.
Dancing on Ice continues next Sunday on ITV1.
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