Strictly’s Craig Revel Horwood leaves judges stunned as he does show first
Strictly Come Dancing's Craig Revel Horwood left his co-judges stunned on Saturday night's 2022 final as he did a BBC One show first.
During the latest instalment, the judges were left seriously impressed with Fleur East's incredible couple’s choice routine performed to a Destiny’s Child megamix by Destiny’s Child.
And during their feedback, judge Motsi Mabuse was left speechless as she pointed out she had spotted a show first from co-star Craig, 57.
Motsi revealed: "You know what, something very special happened today that maybe only I saw that never happens.
"I looked to the right and somebody was dancing, he was going: 'Ah, ah, ah!'" as she hilariously impersonated Craig's dance moves.
To which Craig joked: "Don't give away my trade secrets, darling!"
However, despite Fleur's incredible routine it was Hamza Yassin who was unveiled as the 2022 winner on Saturday night's final.
The presenter and wildlife cameraman, 32, lifted the Glitterball Trophy with his pro partner Jowita Przystał as they celebrated their incredible achievement.
Hamza competed in the final against Fleur and Vito Coppola, Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu, and Helen Skelton and Gorka Marquez.
Upon learning he had won the show, Hamza broke down into tears as he admitted: "Words can't describe how I feel. I want to thank one person in particular, Jowita, you are an angel disguised as a human being. You're amazing."
He sweetly added: "Thank you to everyone out there for voting for us, this is the best thing that's ever happened to me."
While pro dancer Jowita, who won the show for the first time and her parents were supporting her in the audience, said: "I think, just so you know, anything is possible.
"He is just the proof, that anything is possible and he came here on this show with no dancing experience – he made it, he worked hard, and he made it. I'm so proud of you and I would love to thank everybody."
The duo then celebrated their win as they held up the Glitterball Trophy and danced one final time with their co-stars.
The Strictly Come Dancing final aired on BBC One on 17 December at 7.05pm.
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