After 12 thrilling weeks, Dancing With the Stars has come to a dazzling end with a spectacular finale tonight. Nina Carberry and her dance partner Pasquale La Rocca have been crowned the champions of this year's show after a stunning showdown.

We caught up for the final time with Dancing with the Stars stylist Fiona Fagan to find out what co-hosts Jennifer Zamparelli and Nicky Byrne wore on the dancefloor.

Fagan saved the best look for last, and served up an outfit worthy of the Oscars – also taking place tonight. She styled Jen in a slinky and shimmery gold gown by Hervé Léger, a favourite of everyone from Kim Kardashian to Halle Berry.

She chose the crystal-embellished metallic coated bandage maxi dress in a subtle rose gold shade, which features a square neckline, embellished spaghetti straps, a racy back slit and the brand's iconic form-fitting bandage silhouette. It's available on The Outnet for €815, reduced from €1,630.

She accessorised with dazzling jewellery by Loulerie, including the Alexis Bittar Aquamarine Golden Pebble Cake Cluster Clip-On Earrings, which feature aquamarine, rose quartz, and chalcedony all encased in a textured gold setting. You can get them now for €439.

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She also wore delicate bracelets, gold and gemstone necklaces and a smattering of chunky rings to amp up the glamour. She added a pair of gold sandals by Zara.

Her beauty look was arguably the most stunning yet, with her hair styled by Sian Sharkey into a slick low ponytail that was accessorised with beaded bobbins. Her makeup, created by Paula Callan, was glowy and fresh, with rich smokey eye, fluttery lashes and a glossy nude lip.

Elsewhere on the dancefloor Nicky Byrne wore a scarlet velvet blazer by Benetti, black tuxedo trousers by Gucci and a red velvet Tom Ford dickie bow.

Judge Arthur Gourounlian wore a Twisted Tailor jacket, a bespoke Tom Stapleton Studio pussy bow and an Asos shirt. He accessorised with Newbridge broaches and Louboutin shoes. Brian Redmond wore head-to-toe Remus Umo, while Lorraine Barry wore spectacular canary yellow.