Britain’s Got Talent 2018 winner Lost Voice Guy beat Robert White by 4% of the vote

Lost Voice Guy won Britain’s Got Talent 2018 this year with 4% of the vote.

The Britain’s Got Talent 2018 voting stats have been revealed showing that comedian Lost Voice Guy won the final with 21.0% of the vote between the eleven finalists, 3.8% more than runner up, fellow comic Robert White.

Singer Donchez Dacres, David Walliams’ golden buzzer act, was 6% further behind.

In the rounded figures, he was tied with singer Gruffydd Wyn, Amanda Holden’s golden buzzer act, who also recorded 11.2% of the vote in the released stats.

Just over six percent split the rest of the finalists, with wild card B-Positive Choir ranking bottom of the final poll with 2.7% of the vote.

Britain’s Got Talent 2018 results

Lost Voice Guy- 21.0%
Robert White – 17.2%
Donchez Dacres – 11.2%
Gruffydd Wyn – 11.2%
Giang Brothers – 9.5%
DVJ – 7.1%
The D-Day Darlings – 7.1%
Jack & Tim – 6.2%
Calum Courtney – 3.5%
Micky P Kerr – 3.3%
B Positive Choir – 2.7%

Meanwhile, the stats from the semi-finals show that Lost Voice Guy was the biggest winner of the week, topping his semi-final with 40.5% of the vote.

Friday’s heat also saw the closest result with less than two percent splitting comedy singer Micky P Kerr, acrobatic duo Giang Brothers and magician Mandy Muden, who was the unlucky act to miss out on a place in the final.

Wild card act B Positive Choir finished third in Tuesday’s semi-final with 14.4% of the vote, less than two percent behind singer Calum Courtney who was put through by the judges.

As with the judges’ only other decision in the semifinals – picking father and son duo Jack and Tim over comedian Noel James – it would have been the same even if the public had decided.

Britain’s Got Talent will be back for its thirteenth series next year on ITV.

Britain’s Got Talent 2019 auditions are already open.

As always, Britain’s Got Talent 2019 auditions are open to any performer of any age, with any talent – all you need is a skill and star quality which they think will impress. Anything goes from magicians to comedians, drag acts to singers and acrobats to animals.