ITV has revealed The Voice UK 2019 voting stats, figures and percentages from this year's show.
It's the third year we've had the stats available with the BBC refusing to release voting figures when the show was on BBC One.
Saturday night's final saw Molly Hocking beat Deana Walmsley to win the series after Jimmy Balito and Bethzienna Williams finished in third and fourth place respectively.
The voting stats show that Molly comfortably led every public vote throughout the live shows this series.
When it came down to the final vote between Molly and Deana, Molly triumphed with 55%.
Meanwhile, The Voice has also revealed the voting figures of this year's life line wild card vote. A new addition for 2019, it gave viewers the chance to vote back an act eliminated at the knockouts. Bethzienna comfortably won the vote with more than 26%.
The Voice 2019 voting figures and percentages
THE LIFELINE VOTE
Bethzienna Williams 26.40%
Ayanam Udoma 11.15%
Sarah Tucker 10.74%
Roger Samuels 8.95%
Remember Monday 6.08%
Stefan Mahendra 5.19%
Bukky Oronti 5.00%
Gabriel Dryss 4.02%
Harrisen Larner-Main 4.01%
Callum Butterworth 3.49%
Georgia Bray 3.25%
Christina Ellinas 3.02%
Equip to Overcome 2.59%
Connie Lamb 2.02%
Eva Campbell 1.93%
Bethzienna was therefore voted back into the competition for the live semi-final.
THE LIVE SEMI-FINAL
As the top four acts, Molly, Jimmy, Deana and Bethzienna went through to the Final.
THE LIVE FINAL - FIRST VOTE
The viewer vote was frozen during the show and with the fewest votes, Jimmy and Bethzienna left the competition in fourth and third place respectively.
Molly and Deana went through to perform their Song of the Series.
THE LIVE FINAL - SECOND VOTE
Molly was crowned winner of The Voice UK.
Following her victory, Molly said: "Someone pinch me! All I can say is thank you from the bottom of my heart. I'm shocked! I am so glad you, Olly, have stuck with me throughout this. You are my inspiration."
The Voice UK will return to ITV in 2020.