James Jordan has won 'Dancing On Ice'.
The former 'Strictly Come Dancing' star and his professional partner Alexandra Schauman lifted the trophy following a hard-fought competition against Wes Nelson and Vanessa Bauer that saw each couple perform three routines, including their own take on Torvill and Dean's iconic 'Bolero'.
Lifting the trophy, James - who was nursing a shoulder injury said: "I can't believe it. Oh my Gosh. I couldn't have given it any more."
After he and Vanessa performed their 'Bolero', Christopher Dean told them it was one of "the best" he had ever seen performed in the history of the show.
And when Wes and Vanessa left the ice after their own final skate, the 'Love Island' star admitted their routine had been one of the highlights of his life.
He said: "I can't describe the feeling, that was the best thing I've ever done."
Earlier in the evening, Saara Alto and her partner Hamish Gaman finished third following a fun-filled routine to Britney Spears' 'Circus' and their favourite routine of the series, 'Puppet on a String' from week five.
Although they missed out on a chance to perform their 'Bolero' routine, they weren't too upset.
After the result was announced, Saara said: "I feel so good, this was the best night for us. thank you Hamish."
The final also saw the return of all this year's contestants and their professional partners as they took to the ice for one last skate.
Following a week of uncertainty following her row with Jason Gardiner, Gemma Collins did make it back to take a spin with Matt Evers.