The first ever winner of ITV's new TV show Dance, Dance, Dance has been crowned in tonight's results.
ITV's new TV show Dance, Dance, Dance concluded this evening with its final show.
Tonight once again saw the celebrities, together with a partner of their choice, reimagining dance performances audiences will know and love.
Alesha Dixon and Will Best returned as hosts of the celebrity dance competition as it reached the final after six weeks of competition.
The two remaining couples took to the stage to recreate the most famous pop and movie dances of all time including Beyoncé, Lady Gaga and Gene Kelly.
As always, the couples were judged and marked by Ashley Banjo, Tina Landon and Timor Steffens but emotions will run high, as the couple with the highest combined scores WON the inaugural Dance, Dance, Dance competition.
After the past five weeks of dancing, the two celebrities left going into the final were Coronation Street and Wild at Heart actress Lucy Jo Hudson and EastEnders actor Jonny Labey.
And they were back performing with a partner of their choice: Jonny Labey and his girlfriend Chrissy and Lucy Jo Hudson and her friend Rohan.
In this evening's Dance, Dance, Dance final the remaining duos both performed as a couple and as well as each taking on individual routines.
Who won Dance, Dance, Dance?
The scoreboard was reset to zero at the start of the show as the two pairs of finalists competed for the best marks from the judges.
At the end of the show, Jonny and Chrissy had 120 points while Lucy and Rohan had 117.
With the most points, Jonny and Chrissy won and were crowned the first ever Dance, Dance, Dance champions.
Dance, Dance, Dance aired on ITV. News on a possible second series has not yet been confirmed.