The Voice 2015 final was the least watched ever, overnight data shows.
An average audience of 6.3 million tuned in for last night's live show which saw Stevie McCrorie win the competition, the exact same number as last weekend's semi-final.
It's down 300,000 viewers on last year and around 1 million viewers on 2012 and 2013's series finales.
Overall however this latest run of The Voice UK has been one of the most popular, with the audition stages in particular providing some mega ratings.
At its peak, some 9 million viewers were tuning in to provide the show its best viewing figures since series one.
But it seems that many of the decisions in the elimination rounds left viewers tuning out with last night's episode the second-least watched of the series, behind only the Quarter-Final results show.
The Voice UK final ratings
2015 6.3 million
2014 6.6 million
2013 7.2 million
2012 7.1 million
Despite the numbers from the ratings, winner Stevie McCrorie is already on course to have some success with his winner's single.
The track - a cover of Adam Levine's Lost Stars - is currently at Number 3 in the iTunes charts after less than 12 hours on sale.