The Voice Kids UK: Who won? Winner crowned in final results

The Voice Kids winner revealed in 2017 results

The Voice Kids UK

The The Voice Kids UK winner has been crowned in last night's live final results.

Jess Folley from Team Pixie was voted for by the public as the first ever winner of The Voice Kids UK Sunday night on ITV.


The 13-year-old from Essex topped the viewer vote after the final six contestants performed yesterday evening LIVE for the first time in the series.

As The Voice UK Kids 2017 winner, Jess walks away with £30,000 prize towards their musical career and a VIP family trip to Disneyland Paris.

The Voice UK winner  Jess Folley
The Voice UK winner Jess Folley

And in an extra twist, it was revealed that all of the finalists and their families will also enjoy a trip to Disneyland Paris.

Coaches Pixie Lott, Danny Jones and and their teams took on the semi-finals just last night.

Presented by Emma Willis, the new series is open to talented young soloists between the ages of seven and 14.

The semi-finals saw the teams cut in half with the coaches picking just two of their four acts to progress into the live final tonight.


This evening the final six each performed one song live before viewers vote for their favourite to determine the winner.

After last night's semi-final results, those in the final for Team Pixie were 13-year-old Jess Folley from Essex and 13-year-old Riccardo Atherton from Lancashire.

In Team Danny were 12-year-old Courtney Hadwin from County Durham and 14-year-old Erin LeCount from Essex.

And finally in Team Will were 12-year-old Jake McKechnie from Wigan and 13-year-old Gina Philpot from Bromley.

The Voice Kids UK finalists
The Voice Kids UK finalists

As well as the solo performances from the finalists, there was special group performance from the coaches with their teams.


And alongside the performances from the contestants and coaches, there were guest appearances from Niall Horan, The Vamps and reigning winner of The Voice UK Mo Adeniran.

The Voice UK Kids aired on ITV.

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