He survived thirteen weeks and three dance-offs. But tonight Simon Webbe fell at the last hurdle, coming joint second in the Strictly Come Dancing Grand Final. The Blue singer and Eurovision 2011 star impressed the judges, earning 118 points over three dances. However, the public had the final say, and they opted to crown tv presenter Caroline Flack their Strictly queen. The one-time Eurovision commentator was a deserving winner; she didn’t drop a point all evening and was the first ever celebrity to receive three 40s in one show. Popstar Frankie Bridge of the Saturdays shared second place with Simon. Former TOWIE cast member Mark Wright came fourth and was eliminated earlier in the evening.

Simon Webbe – Judges’ Choice – The Charleston

39 points.

Simon Webbe – Showdance

39 points.

Simon Webbe – Favourite Dance – The Argentine Tango

40 points

You can watch all the dances by clicking HERE.

This is a busy weekend for Eurovision stars in tv talent shows. Moldova’s 2013 representative, Aliona Moon, came fourth in The Voice of Holland, while former Dutch Eurovision act O’G3NE won The Voice of Holland.

Photo: Strictly Come Dancing Twitter

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Esclover_ireland
Esclover_ireland
5 years ago

What year did she commentate?

Daniel
Daniel
5 years ago

Well done Simon, but Flackers deserved it.