He's skated his way through the entire series and this weekend Hull's Luke Campbell will be trying to add the Dancing on Ice crown to his boxing gold medal from the Olympics. He and dancing partner Jenna Smith and putting the finishing touches to the three routines they have to learn.
Former EastEnder Matt Lapinskas has been getting the highest scores from the judges and wants straight tens this weekend after a slight stumble cost him and skating partner Brianne Delcourt valuable points. They have been telling us they have some extra tricks planned to impress those watching.
But the bookies' favourite is Olympian Beth Tweddle who is skating with her partner Dan Whiston. Her odds have been narrowly better than those of Matt and much better than Luke who is considered the rank outsider to take the title.
This weekend the contest is solely down to the public vote. The judges' scores count for nothing. The finalist with the lowest score after their first two performances will leave the competition and the remaining two will perform a version of Torvill and Dean's signature dance, 'Bolero' to decide who will be crowned the winner.
The final begins at 7pm on Sunday on ITV.