They battled it out against Molly Rainford, Fleur East and Helen Skelton, who shared some backstage footage of the big bash on Instagram. In a short clip posted by Helen to her 408K followers and fans, she can be seen dancing behind her Strictly co-star Fleur who was on stage belting out a Hip Hop tune.
There were cheers and screams in the background as booze started to flow - with everyone in attendance looking like they were having a great time. But despite the party, Helen still made it up to presenter her radio show on Sunday morning.
Speaking after his win last night, Hamza said: "Jowita, you are an angel disguised as a human being, you’re amazing! Thank you everyone, this is the best thing that’s ever happened to me."
An emotional Hamza then gave some tips for success for viewers.
"One, surround yourself with people whose eyes light up when they see you come into the room. Two, the top of one mountain is the bottom of another so keep climbing. Three, slowly is the fastest way to where you want to be."
We told you how the Kilchoan Community Centre, in Ardnamurchan where Hamza lives, almost lost its roof when he brought the iconic glitterball home to Scotland.
A mighty roar went up when Claudia Winkleman announced that the 32-year-old wildlife photographer, who has lived in the tiny village for almost 13 years, had shimmied and lifted his way to victory in the marathon final.
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