14 celebrities in total have signed up to return to the show for its final series, which is due to air on ITV early next year.
Series two winner Kyran Bracken, series three champion Suzanne Shaw and series four's victor Ray Quinn have all agreed to take part alongside fifth winner Hayley Tamaddon, series six champion Sam Attwater and series eight titleholder Beth Tweddle.
They will be joined by runners-up Jorgie Porter and Gary Lucy, while Todd Carty - who finished ninth in series four - is the celebrity with the lowest ranking.
Rounding out the cast are Bonnie Langford, Zaraah Abrahams, David Seaman, Gareth Gates and Joe Pasquale.
Phillip Schofield and Christine Bleakley will be back to host the show, while Torvill & Dean will return for the last time to train the stars. The duo will also celebrate the 30th anniversary of their Olympic bolero during DOI: All-Stars.
"Viewers are in for an absolute treat this year," Schofield said. "I'm over the moon we'll be welcoming back to the ice some of our very best skaters and characters from over the years."
The full Dancing on Ice: All-Stars lineup is as follows:
- Bonnie Langford (third in series one)
- Suzanne Shaw (winner in series three)
- Zaraah abrahams (third in series three)
- Hayley Tamaddon (winner in series five)
- Jorgie Porter (second in series seven)
- Beth Tweddle (winner in series eight)
- David Seaman (fourth in series one)
- Kyran Bracken (winner in series two)
- Gareth Gates (fourth in series three)
- Ray Quinn (winner in series four)
- Todd Carty (ninth in series four)
- Gary Lucy (second in series five)
- Sam Attwater (winner in series six)
- Joe Pasquale (sixth in series eight)