Who won The Games and will there be another series?

THE Games proved a huge hit for ITV, with fans now begging for more.

The Olympic style show saw two pairs of six celebrities go up against each other for a chance to win a gold medal.

Who won The Games?

Love Island star Wes Nelson and singer-songwriter Chelcee Grimes were crowned champions of The Games after they both secured gold medals.

On the leaderboard Wes amassed 45 points, just ahead of Chelcee on 42.

After securing his win, Wes said: “it’s great. The boys have been great pushing each other."

Chelcee added: "I just want to say a huge thank you to all the girls. I’m so proud of you all so shout out to you all."

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Although they shared the top spot, Wes won The Games best overall score.

Former Coronation Street star Ryan Thomas was the men’s runner up with 39 points taking the silver medal.

Mel B's daughter Phoenix Chi Gulzar was the women’s runner up on 35 points.

Harry Potter actor Josh Herdman and Emmerdale actress Rebecca Sarker both won bronze medals with 38 and 33 points each.

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What happened in the final?

The first event of the final was sport climbing, and Phoenix and Wes took the top spots in the event.

Next up was women’s weightlifting and Rebecca was the winner.

The final challenge for both groups was a 100m sprint.

Will there be another series of the ITV show?

ITV are yet to reveal whether there will be another series of The Games.

The first episode of the season managed to bring in an impressive 2million viewers, but this figure dropped by 500,000 by the second episode.

The show was hosted by Holly Willoughby and Freddie Flintoff, and was a reboot of the 2006 series.

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As soon as there is word on another series you'll hear it here first.

In the meantime, you can watch the entire series on the ITV Hub right now.

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