Bobby Lockwood won Tumble
'Wolfblood' actor Bobby Lockwood has become the first champion of 'Tumble' after winning the BBC celebrity gymnastics competition last night (13.09.14)
Bobby Lockwood won 'Tumble' last night (13.09.14).
The 'Wolfblood' actor was crowned champion of the BBC gymnastics competition after he battled Ian 'H' Watkins, Carl Froch, Amelle Berrabah, Sarah Harding and Lucy Mecklenburgh in the final.
Speaking to host Alex Jones after his victory, Bobby said: "After the week we have had we didn't even know if we would be able to perform so to actually win is mental."
The six celebrity competed in a combined floor and double trapeze routine, as well as taking on The Vault, and while H topped the judge's leader board with a perfect score of 40, it was the viewers' votes which gave Bobby the victory.
The star - who actually finished bottom of the scoreboard with 33.5 - was able to overcome a nasty injury to win the contest after picking up a knock during training.
After an MRI scan, it was revealed he had bruising around a bone in his left knee and a cruciate ligament strain.
However, he was able to get past his injury to become the BBC competition's first-ever winner.