Who won Britain's Got Talent 2017? Winner crowned in grand final!

Britian's Got Talent 2017 winner crowned

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Tokio Myers has been crowned the Britain's Got Talent 2017 winner in tonight's final results.

The eleventh series of Britain's Got Talent came to an end on ITV tonight and we now know who won this year's BGT after the results of the public vote.


In a tense announcement, hosts Ant and Dec announced that the winner of Britain's Got Talent 2017 was Tokio Myers, the show's first ever pianist to win.

He's won themselves a spot on the Royal Variety Performance plus a £250,000 prize.


Speaking to Ant and Dec after the announcement, Tokio really didn't know how to react as he took to the stage again to reprise his final performance.

Below are the full results from tonight's BGT 2017 final.

Who won Britain's Got Talent 2017? FULL RESULTS!

WINNER: Tokio Myers


2. Issy Simpson

3. Daliso Chaponda

4. Matt Edwards
5. The Pensionalities
6. Kyle Tomlinson
7. Sarah Ikumu (Wild Card)
8. The Missing People Choir
9. MerseyGirls
10. Ned Woodman
11. DNA

The marathon final show began at 7:30PM this evening as eleven acts competed for victory.

The week saw five nights of live shows and 40 semi-final performances with public alone choosing 10 acts for the final, with no judges' vote as in previous years.

The 10 finalists were joined by one judges’ wildcard, Sarah Ikumu, who finished in third place in the semi-final.

She joined Friday's semi-final winners Daliso Chaponda and Missing People Choir plus the rest of the finalists - DNA, Kyle Tomlinson, Issy Simpson, Matt Edwards, Tokio Myers, Ned Woodman, MerseyGirls and Pensionalities - in tonight's final.

As always, the public vote alone determined the winner after lines opened via phone, mobile and the official BGT app. A total of 2.5 million votes were cast during the live show tonight.


Are you happy with tonight's Britain's Got Talent 2017 results? Tell us in the comments below!

BGT will be back next year and applications to audition are open now.

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