Neil Hamilton has become the sixth Ukip candidate to take a seat in the Welsh Assembly.
Nigel Farage's Ukip made history after winning their first place in the Senedd - despite the party being opposed to the Assembly's existence until 2013.
Nathan Gill and Michelle Brown were selected for the North Wales regional list, Mark Reckless and David Rowlands were elected in in South Wales East, while Caroline Jones won a seat in South Wales West.
Hamilton, who is the party's deputy chairman, rose to fame implicated in the 1990s but later dropped out of the public eye when he was implicated in a cash for questions scandal.
I thank all those who have made this day happen. I am truly honoured to have been elected by the people of Wales. https://t.co/WoLLNH1yHE
The Welsh reality star has suffered a debut election defeat - and revealed he had a tough time on the campaign trail.
Labour suffered a "terrible" defeat in Rhondda but has already won 16 Welsh Assembly seats as it looks to record a fifth term in office.