The 51-year-old TV presenter and comedian and Keith Chegwin both received the lowest number of votes from the public and faced the Save Me Skate tonight (February 10).
After both performances, all four judges voted to save Chegwin and send Pasquale home.
Asked afterwards by presenter Phillip Schofield whether he was disappointed at the result, Pasquale said: "It's a shame, but I was here five weeks longer than I should have."
He also added that previous contestants spoke about having "highs and lows" during their time on the show, but he said: "I haven't had a single low at all."
Schofield and co-host Christine Bleakley also revealed that Pasquale had been suffering from shingles during his time on the reality TV show.
He also admitted that he would like to keep skating, as long as he could continue going with professional partner Vicky Ogden.
Finally, Pasquale joked: "I'm going to put my jockstrap on eBay tomorrow," adding: "Jason, you get the first bid on it if you like."
Dancing on Ice continues next Sunday (February 17) on ITV.
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