“If something is not working we stay in training and rehearse, and not because we wanted to win but because he genuinely loved dancing.”
After the final, Kelvin took to Twitter to thank fans for their support.
The ex soap star, who was drafted into the series as a replacement for Jamie Laing after he suffered an injury during the launch show, wrote in view of his 271,000 followers: “Humbled, Elated, Honoured.
“Thank you for your votes. Thank you to my family. Thank you to @OtiMabuse.