Lady Leshurr has won 'The Celebrity Circle for Stand Up To Cancer'.
The 32-year-old star posed as rapper Big Narstie on the Channel 4 reality show, and she admitted triumphing on the programme meant "everything" to her after she lost her sister to cancer.
She said: "I lost my sister to breast cancer and this means everything to me, honestly. Thank you. I can’t believe it."
The show saw several well-known faces move into The Circle's iconic apartment block, where they can only communicate with each other through a virtual platform called The Circle.
Some were playing as themselves, while some were posing as other celebrities.
YouTuber Saffron Barker, who was playing as herself, finished runner-up on the programme.
Lady Leshurr - who recently competed on 'Dancing on Ice' - is now hoping the platform will help her land her own TV show.
She wrote on Twitter: "Can I have my own tv show now? I just need a chance [pleading face emoji] #LadyLeshurrShow (sic)"
The star also tweeted: "All seriousness though, the experience of being in that house was amazing, a mental challenge, got me emotional at times, but so incredible to raise money for cancer, something I lost my sister to.
Please if you can, donate, if you can’t that’s fine too x
@SU2CUK @C4TheCircle (sic)"
Denise Van Outen, who played as herself, and reality stars Pete Wicks and Sam Thompson, who posed as Rachel Riley, also made the show's finale.
Pete wrote on Twitter: "Well done you little beaut...fully deserved! @LadyLeshurr (sic)"
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