Dancing On Ice’s Sonny Jay cuts a dapper figure as he is joined by fiancée Lauren Faith at Denise Van Outen’s cabaret show
He was crowned the winner of Dancing On Ice after this year’s tumultuous series.
And Sonny Jay looked in good spirits as he attended Denise Van Outen’s cabaret show at Proud Embankment with his fiancée Lauren Faith on Saturday.
The radio presenter, 27, cut a dapper figure for the evening, sporting a navy blazer with matching trousers and a white T-shirt.
Couple: Sonny Jay looked in good spirits as he attended Denise Van Outen’s cabaret show at Proud Embankment with his fiancée Lauren Faith on Saturday
Lauren looked radiant in a red mini dress while she let her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders.
Adding height to her frame with a pair of black heels, Lauren complimented her outfit with a matching handbag.
The pair, who got engaged in August 2020, looked every inch the happy couple as they wrapped their arms around each other while posing for a snap.
It comes after Sonny admitted that his Dancing On Ice competitor Faye Brookes ‘totally deserved to win’ the competition as he tipped her for victory from week one.
Looking good: The radio presenter, 27, cut a dapper figure for the evening, sporting a navy blazer with matching trousers and a white T-shirt
The radio presenter beat Faye and Colin Jackson in the final, despite the former Corrie actress, 33, being bookies favourite to win.
Following his win, some disgruntled fans took to social media to air their frustrations, with many believing Faye should have been champion.
And it seems that despite his success, Sonny is in agreement as he told how he thought Faye should have won but he couldn’t do anything about the public vote.
He told Metro.co.uk: ‘Faye was my biggest competition from the start. I said it from the very beginning. She came out in our first week and she absolutely smashed it. I thought she was going to win.
Style: Adding height to her frame with a pair of black heels, Lauren complimented her outfit with a matching handbag
‘But look, it all comes down to the public vote. It’s just one of those things. If those people wanted Faye to win, after the public vote I couldn’t do anything about it.’
The Capital Radio star added: ‘Faye totally deserved to win. She’s amazing. She’s a brilliant ice skater. She’s a lovely person. But it went my way I guess.’
It came after a series which was plagued with woes that forced the final to air a week early, with five stars forced to pull out due to injury or positive Covid tests.
Success: Sonny was crowned the winner of Dancing On Ice in March after this year’s tumultuous series