Strictly Come Dancing 2016 Children In Need results and recap!

Strictly Come Dancing 2016 Children In Need with Team GB

Strictly Come Dancing Children In Need

Here are the results from the Strictly Come Dancing 2016's Children In Need special.

Over the years the one-off show has seen Strictly performances from BBC Newsreaders, the Stars of Call The Midwife and more.

This year the celebrities line up was an Olympic special as Team GB Olympic medallists Helen Glover MBE, Hollie Webb, Joe Clarke and Lutalo Muhammad did their bit for BBC Children in Need 2016.

The four piece hit the dancefloor altogether with one of the Strictly pros for a routine.

Strictly Come Dancing Children In Need
Strictly Come Dancing Children In Need couples

Helen Glover MBE, the number one female rower in the world and a two time Olympic champion, danced with Pasha Kovalev.

Hollie Webb, a British field hockey player who scored the gold medal winning penalty at the 2016 Olympic Games, danced with Neil Jones.

Joe Clarke, a British slalom canoeist who won the gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics, danced with Janette Manrara.

Lutalo Muhammad, a British taekwondo athlete who represented Team GB at the 2012 Olympics and 2016 Olympics where he won a silver medal, danced with Karen Clifton.

The four had one week training before their performance, which judges Darcey Bussell, Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood judged as a group.

Head judge Len revealed the result: "If they gave out medals for commitment you'd all be getting a gold medal. You were brilliant but we have to come to a conclusion and our winners for Children In Need 2016 is... Lutalo and Karen."

Strictly Come Dancing Children In Need
Strictly Come Dancing Children In Need judges

Lutalo was over the moon and told hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman: "This feels absolutely fantastic. I just wan to to say a big thank you to the judge and the awesome crowd and and Karen!

The Strictly Come Dancing special featured as part of the Children in Need 2016 Appeal Night on BBC One.

For more info, visit the Children In Need website.

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