It was Ore Oduba who won Strictly Come Dancing 2016 last night, beating rivals Danny and Louise Redknapp to the glitterball.
The result was a shocker, with Ore considered the outsider going into the contest having twice been in the dance off.
But on the final night he pulled it out of the bag when the other finalists stumbled, scoring two perfect 40s to top the judges' scoreboard and viewer vote.
While he may not have lifted the glitterball, Danny has had an offer from Strictly judge Craig.
"Danny’s such an amazing dancer, I’m definitely keen to sign him up for a role in one of my shows," Craig said.
He raved: “He’s the perfect package – talented, an all-rounder on the dance-floor, a gorgeous face – and can we talk about his fantastic body and those rippling abs?
“He’s the gift that keeps on giving. What a Strictly superstar he is.”
Danny was the huge odds-on favourite to win this year's series but speaking before the final last night, Craig (correctly) predicted his victory wasn't guaranteed.
Craig said: “I don’t think it’s a foregone conclusion that Danny will win."
The ever critical judge went on: “I’m really glad that the audience get their say in the final and that our votes don’t count, because it’s becoming so hard to mark the celebs apart now – they’re all so good!
“This series has flown by, because the standard has been so high."
Strictly Come Dancing will return to BBC One for a new series next year.