Chelsee Healey was awarded the position of runner-up on this year's 'Strictly' final. Chelsee Healey was edged out slightly by winner Harry Judd when she was scored one mark lower from the judges.

As Healey and dance partner Pasha Kovalev performed their last dance, which earned them a score of 39 points out of 40, Len Goodman told them: 'It was your favourite dance, it may well be my favourite dance as well - fabulous.' Her first dance was a jive to The Monkees' 'I'm A Believer' which CRAIG REVEL HORWOOD described as a 'complete and absolute bundle of joy', with Healey returning to the dance-floor for a show-dance to 'One Night Only'. She failed to get any top marks, achieving 39 each time, making her fall three points short from Judd's full sweep.

The 'Waterloo Road' star had been a favourite since Week One when her waltz won her 27 points and being described as a 'princess' by Alesha Dixon. By the Semi-finals, Chelsee earned her first full marks with Len saying 'It was like the Chelsea Flower Show - full of colour. Wonderful.' However ironically, the highlight of Chelsee's stint on the show was a wardrobe malfunction during Week Four that made the star break down and cry behind the scenes. Luckily, the audience never got to see anything but it made the night a low point in the competition for Chelsee.