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After 700 routines, 111 celebrities, 11 judges and copious amounts of fake tan, Dancing on Ice comes to the end of its nine-year run tonight.
Promising the last televised bolero from Torvill and Dean, the judges (finally) taking to the ice and many more surprises along the way, this final is a show not to be missed.
After starting with 14 previous winners and favourites, it now boils down to final three Beth Tweddle, Hayley Tamaddon and Ray Quinn. So who will win and be named the Champion of Champions? Join Digital Spy here at 7pm as we follow all the action from the last ever show.
20:58That's it from Dancing on Ice. Thanks for sticking around, skating fans!
20:58So that's it then. Ray is the winner, Hayley is the runner-up and most of the other skaters are an emotional mess.
20:55Do you think it was the right result?
There are sixty stories in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes canon, yet, beside the odd extracted element or plot device here and there, the BBC’s critically acclaimed Sherlock series has thus far only brought nine of them to the screen. Nine slick, fast-paced adaptations of the classics, starring the blisteringly popular Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman as Holmes and Watson (or Sherlock and John).
Writers Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss are certainly liberal with their modern day retellings, but the discerning Doyle fan remains aware of their respect for the source material and so far the pair have been wise in their choice of stories, never straying too far from the most beloved, high quality and exciting portions of the canon.
- Joe Gardner
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