BBC Sports presenter Chris Hollins has admitted he feels a little bit guilty for scooping the Strictly Come Dancing title over favourite Ricky Whittle. He caught up with Newsbeat with his professional partner Ola Jordan to reveal how he celebrated his victory and what he's planning next.
Congratulations - you're the winners of Strictly 2009!
CHRIS: Hooray, how weird is that Ola?
OLA: Very weird,
CHRIS: It's strange.
How does it feel knowing that even though it's great that you won that you probably weren't the best dancers?
CHRIS: I know - we're getting used to that. I like the way you say 'we', I'm not particularly great but this one...
OLA: No it's we, we're a team.
CHRIS: What number were you in the world at one stage, top twenty?
OLA: Top twelve more like it.
CHRIS: So one of us is quite a good dancer. A lot of people said we all know that Ricky and Natalie are a formidable partnership. Ricky's probably the best male dancer this competition has seen, he is brilliant and he's a great guy and he made the final for us.
We had such a good friendship and we really enjoyed it and I do feel a little bit guilty about beating him because I wasn't the best dancer but we went out there and enjoyed it and had a great time.
So who would have thought then that the hobbits would have done it ?
CHRIS: The hobbits manage to win out, we giggle away, we have the big trophy here. We can't believe we've done it because we didn't think we'd get past week three. We had a nightmare in week five, seven, ten, eleven.
OLA: I believed in you didn't I?
CHRIS: What was the other thing you kept saying?
OLA: Enjoy yourself.
CHRIS: Exactly, and I think that's been the secret maybe for us, is that every time we thought it was the last dance, every time we thought we were going to go out. But Ola kept saying: 'Go out, enjoy it, give it everything you've got' and that's what we did.
You did look like you were enjoying yourself, especially during the Charleston.
CHRIS: It's a weird thing, it's a magic thing. Ever since we walked into that studio and Ola said, 'Just have a listen to this music because this is our Charleston', and it was Fat Sam's Grand Slam and it was just our music.
OLA: I think the Charleston dance was made for us. It's a very, very fun dance and we are fun and we had a lot of fun doing the dance. I think it just was made for us and the facial expressions Chris does matched the dance.
How did you celebrate?
CHRIS: Well we didn't do that much celebrating. We went to the bar for a few glasses of champagne and then it was one o'clock before we knew it.
OLA: And we were so tired from training all week, really hard.
CHRIS: And we just collapsed. You went back to your hotel and I went back to my house and I woke up with fake tan all over my sheets, gold glitter splattered everywhere all over the floor and then there was the Strictly Come Dancing trophy at the end of the my bed and I thought: 'It actually happened, it wasn't a dream'.
Chris, career-wise for you, if we are to believe everything we read, you're going to do The One Show, you're going to make lots of money
CHRIS: I know Max Clifford says I'm going to make a million pounds this year.
OLA: Give me half.
CHRIS: I'll give you half Ola, don't you worry. I'm going to do The One Show and if Brucie retires I'm also going to do Strictly Come Dancing. What a year I've got ahead - I'm going to be very busy.
Back to reality, my alarm went off the same time - at ten past four this morning I got up and went to work on Breakfast I have a great time there, it's what I do. If there are any other opportunities out there I will grab them with both hands, just as I did with Strictly.