THOSE who tuned into tonight finale of The Games on ITV watched as Wes Nelson took the trophy for the ultimate champion.
The talented 24-year-old's friends, family and other half Lucciana Beynon watched on as he climbed and ran his way to the top of the podium.
Wes shared the top spot with singer Chelsee Grimes, who won the women's games, but the reality TV star-turned-musician won the best overall score.
Fans of the show were happy to see the Staffordshire-born star win the series after a flawless performance night after night.
However, viewers were all saying the same thing about Wes.
Taking to Twitter to discuss the win, one wrote: "We knew Wes would win since night 1".
Another wrote: "Wes is great at everything he ever does like is there nothing this man cant do #thegames"
The comments continued: "Is there anything Wes Nelson can’t do? #TheGames"
"Might aswell call it the Wes & Chelcee Games. They are winning everything #TheGames"
The overwhelming public opinion was that Wes is, and has always been pretty much unbeatable.
"All the other lads may as well pack up and go home, Wes just smashes everything," said one.
As another agreed: "Wes winning is like those annoying kids in P.E in school who were good at everything #TheGames"
The TV star, who rose to fame on the 2018 series of Love Island has seen his career go strength to strength since leaving the ITV show.
He was locked in for Dancing on Ice almost instantly, scoring incredibly from the first week and making it to 2nd place.
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He then appeared on the celebrity X Factor series in a band with fellow Love Islanders Eyal Booker, Zara McDermott and Samira Mighty, showing off his vocal ability.
In 2020 he launched a successful music career, with his debut single See Nobody making it to number three in the UK charts.
Wes followed this up with more successful singles, Drive with Clean Bandit and Nice to Meet Ya with Yxng Bane, both of which made it into the UK Top 40.
He also smashed his appearance on The Crystal Maze back in 2019, and his swimming challenge for ITV's Sink or Swim.
In 2021, Wes appeared on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins, and it won't be much of a surprise to anyone that he was one of only three who made it all the way to the end.
Essentially, there's nothing Wes can't do, the man is superhuman.