Jorgie Porter was one of the standout performers on Dancing on Ice 2012, often topping the judges’ leaderboard and winning nothing but praise for her confident, sexy, skilled skates.
Her bubbly personality and fearless attitude saw her become one of the most popular skaters to ever take part in the series, but tonight she failed to realise her dream of taking the Dancing on Ice crown, coming second to Emmerdale hunk Matthew Wolfenden.
Former X Factor star Chico Slimani was third in the competition.
Clearly emotional, she wiped away tears as she praised both Matthew and her pro partner and new BFF Matt Evers.
Looking back at her best bits, Jorgie should be extremely proud.
Tonight, she showcased her skills with a sexy, fun-filled performance to Fame – a routine which saw her thrown in the air by pro partner Matt and the other male skaters.
She scored an impressive 29 points for that skate.
The stunning star then recreated her favourite skate of the series – her Valentine’s performance to Alicia Keys Fallin.
The beautiful, elegant routine was so breathtaking, she was awarded full points from the judges, scoring 30, much to her delight.
Her version of the Bolero was so spectacular, she reduced Torvill and Dean to tears and was overcome with emotion.
But how did it all begin?
On week one of the series, she and Matt set the bar when they delivered an emotional, routine to Skinny Love. Jorgie scored an impressive 18.5 points and head judge Robin Cousins told her: "That was one of the strongest opening routines we have had on any series of Dancing On Ice.”
Another stand out skate which saw temperatures soar, was when Jorgie turned sexy secretary for a skate to Dolly Parton’s Nine to Five, which also blew the judges away.
Week 8 was one of the most dramatic of the series after Jorgie accidentally kicked Matt’s face during the dress rehearsals when they were practising an extremely dangerous lift.
Despite being rushed to hospital, Matt returned in time for the show, complete with splint on his nose, and the pair performed a dramatic, gothic inspired skate to Evanescence’s Bring Me To Life – a complex routine which was praised by the judges.
Tonight, the glory goes to Matthew Wolfenden but Jorgie will go down in history as one of the most loved stars on the show.
She will return to the ice when the Dancing on Ice live tour hits the road next month.
WHAT A NIGHT!