Dancing on Ice: Beth Tweddle crowned the winner, Matt Lampinskas falls into second place. SHOCKER!

Beth Tweddle has been crowned the champion of this year's Dancing on Ice meaning the judges' favourite to win, Matt Lapinskas fell into second place.

Beth is your Dancing on Ice winner! Copyright: [Rex]

After Matt pretty much stole the two hour show, getting consistent tens from all four judges (yep, even Jason Gardiner) it was Beth who took home the trophy.

This week the public vote was all that mattered and YOU chose bendy Beth as your winner.

Upon winning, Beth said: "I'm speechless, it feels amazing. All credit goes to Dan and all the pro skaters here, they're incredible."

Quite honestly, gasps ALL round, what a shocker of a result!

Beth was amazed that she won. Copyright: [itv]

For us, it seemed Matt was such a dead cert to win that we even considered writing that he had before the end of the show.

Despite being visibly very disappointed, Matt immediately congratulated bendy Beth, saying:

"It's been an amazing 10 weeks. Congratulations to Beth, really well done, a great contender. Dan, congratulations mate."

"I've actually fallen in love with skating now and I'm not going to give it up, I'm going to keep going."

Matt was disappointed to have not won. Copyright: [itv]

"I can't thank Chris and Jane enough or thank Brianne enough, she's one in a million, I'll never find another one like her."

Tonight's final began with each finalist performing two routines, showcasing their favourite routine from the past ten weeks as well as a performance with a group of pro skaters.

Olympic Boxer Luke Campbell came in third place.

He said: "It's been a fantastic experience, I've loved every minute of it, I've learnt a new skill for life now and I've got some great friends out of it as well."

All that's left to do is work out what we are going to do with our Sunday night's now?!

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