Strictly Come Dancing has stormed to victory to win best Talent Show at the National Television Awards 2014.
Seeing off rivals including The X Factor and The Voice UK it's a big win for the celebrity dancing show in this viewer-voted award.
Strictly had another dazzling year, with the return of Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly to guide us through a new batch of brave glitter-covered celebs.
BBC Breakfast host Susanna Reid, rugby player Ben Cohen and singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor were among this year's contestants. But it was model Abbey Clancy that waltzed her way to victory, earning various tens from Len along the way.
I bet that glitterball trophy looks divine in her home!
The Strictly judges were back at their best, with Craig Revel Horwood, Darcey Bussell, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli there to give their scores and advice. Or, in the case of Bruno, to have us in fits of giggles as he flew off of his chair.
On their win Bruno said, "I was running here, just incase Ant and Dec got here quicker. It does feel good guys, I have no idea what it's like to have thirteen of these. It's so shiny, it feels so good."
Tess then took over to say, "Wow, thank you so much for this. We haven't come back down to earth after winning last year. To win it again this year in our tenth year it's a fantastic tenth birthday present. Thank you to everybody at home who voted for us."
Bruno added, "If it wasn't for the Great British public none of us would be here, so really, thank you Great Britain."