Rowland Rivron has become the latest winner of Let's Dance for Sport Relief 2012, become this year's champion after tonight's tense - and comical - final.
The comedian performed to Fatboy Slim hit ‘Weapon Of Choice’ in tonight's final, after winning last weekend's fourth and final heat.
Tyger Drew Honey & Dani Harmer and Tameka Empson & Laurie Brett finished as runners up, while Terry Alderton, Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards, Miles Jupp, Omid Djalili and Fatima Whitbread and The Cuban Brothers all took part in tonight's final.
Last year's winners Charlie Baker and James Thornton were present on the show to hand over the trophy to their successor.
Calls and text throughout the series raised over £1 million for Sport Relief, which airs on Friday on BBC One.
Speaking about his win, Rowland said: "I’m completely gobsmacked, I honestly didn’t think I had a hope in hell’s chance of winning this. I thought I was in it to make up the numbers.
“I thought I was quite sedate but there you go, it’s a funny old World.”
Tonight’s panellists, Queen choreographer, judge and tv presenter Arlene Phillips joined comics Frank Skinner and Rhod Gilbert, who were on hand to deliver their verdict on the night’s performances.
Frank Skinner: “The message to any young people watching this is don’t be afraid of middle age it can be beautiful.” going on to add, “It’s honestly one of the best dances I’ve ever seen on this show, I totally loved it.”
Arlene Phillips: “Roland you are my weapon of massive choice, I am telling you, you have style dripping of you like molten lava and those stalk walks, I’m gonna be stalking you.”
Rhod Gilbert: “Potentially that could have been a disaster, it’s such a cool song.” Adding, “It was such a brave bold choice because your dancing is so exposed on your own up there. Awesome.”