Ramsay, who always looked nervous on the ice, faced former Coronation Street actor Danny Young in the skate-off after they received the fewest viewer votes.
The judging panel voted unanimously to save Young who has been one of their favourites since the series began.
"I have had such a fantastic, fantastic time," said Ramsay, whose celebrity chef husband was in the audience. I have loved every single bit of it."
She praised her professional skating partner Stuart Widdall for having "the patience of a saint".
Former Emmerdale actress Hayley Tamaddon topped the judges' leaderboard once again with 23 points out of a possible 30 for her routine to Donna Summer's No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) during the 1970s themed show.
Emily Atack was bottom of the scoreboard with just 10.5 points for her routine to Baccara's Yes Sir I Can Boogie.
The Inbetweeners actress burst into tears with relief when she heard viewers had voted her through to next week.
GMTV's Dr Hilary Jones was also relieved to make it through after scoring just 11.5 points for his performance to Neil Diamond's Sweet Caroline.
Charity campaigner Heather Mills mouthed "thankyou" and blew a kiss to viewers after they voted her through.