Following the announcement that Dancing on Ice will finish after next year's series, we look back at the past winners of the show.
Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean have told ITV's Daybreak that the popular show Dancing on Ice will finish after next year's series.
Gymnast Beth Tweddle was left "speechless" after she was crowned the winner of ITV's Dancing on Ice 2013.
Beth Tweddle said she was "speechless" to be crowned Dancing on Ice champion. The gymnast added: "All credit goes to Matt, he's done an amazing skate tonight."
– Matt Lapinskas
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.
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.
Beth Tweddle has been crowned the winner of ITV's Dancing on Ice.
Beth Tweddle and Matt Lapinskas went head-to-head in the Dancing on Ice final with their final routine of the competition, the Bolero.
Boxer Luke Campbell has been voted out of the Dancing on Ice final, leaving gymnast Beth Tweddle and actor Matt Lapinskas to perform the Bolero as they go head-to-head to win the title.
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 aswell."
Matt Lapinskas wowed the Dancing on Ice judges with his second routine of the final to achieve another perfect score of 40 out of 40.
The three finalists performed their favourite routine from the series for their second performance of the night, with Matt and Brianne skating to Chris Brown's Turn Up The Music
Beth Tweddle scored 37.5 for her second performance to Emeli Sande's song Clown, leaving her with a combined score of 74 out of 80 after two routines.
Luke Campbell scored 30 out of 40 with his routine to Little Things by One Direction, leaving him in third place with a combined score of 67 out of 80.
Actor Matt Lapinskas scored a perfect 40 out of 40 from the judges for his showcase routine to Mr Pinstripe Suit by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy in the Dancing on Ice final.
Gymnast Beth Tweddle, who performed to Car Wash by Rose Royce, sat in second place on the leader board after her first routine of the final with a score of 36.5.
Olympic boxer Luke Campbell trailed a few points behind Tweddle, after his routine to Crazy Little Thing Called Love by Jimmy Orion Ellis, with a score of 34.5.
Beth Tweddle is favourite to be crowned winner of tonight's Dancing on Ice final, according to bookmakers.
Ladbrokes has tipped the gymnast to win with odds of 4/6, with Matt Lapinskas at 6/5 and Luke Campbell at 40/1.
Jessica Bridge, of Ladbrokes, said: "Matt and Beth have been the favourites since day one, but the bets have been coming in for Beth this week and we've had to cut her odds."
Rugby player Gareth Thomas should have been allowed to compete in the climax of Dancing on Ice, boxer Luke Campbell has said.
The former Wales star was forced to quit the contest in last weekend's semi-final after suffering from motion sickness while using the high wires to perform a flying routine.
The public vote was cancelled and Campbell, gymnast Beth Tweddle and actor Matt Lapinskas all went through to this Sunday's final by default.
But Campbell said he believes Thomas should have been allowed a further try.
"They should have put us all in the final, because it's unfair really because of the flight factor," he said. "It's a part of the show obviously, but it wasn't the element of actually skating."
Campbell added: "So I reckon they should have brought four of us into the final and let the voting fire away. You always want to feel like you've really earned that position. From not knowing what went on, yeah you're through, but you still want to feel like, 'Yes, I got it'."
Dancing on Ice finalist Matt Lapinskas has admitted it will take a Herculean effort to overcome Olympic stars Beth Tweddle and Luke Campbell and skate off with the series prize.
"I've got to beat a gold medalist and fantastic gymnast. I'm quite scared. It's a lot of pressure. Team GB ganging up on little old me," the former EastEnders actor said.
"I feel like I've got to go out and push myself to the limits because if I don't Luke's going to knock me out and Beth's going to do the splits on my head or something," he joked.
The Dancing on Ice live final is on ITV at 7:00pm on Sunday night.