The X Factor 2017 winner was revealed in last night's final results.
Grace Davies and Rak-Su were the two remaining acts in the running to be crowned The X Factor winner 2017 yesterday.
And it was Rak-Su who won The X Factor 2017 on Sunday, beating Grace into second place.
Kevin Davy White finished bottom of the vote on Saturday, leaving the competition in third place.
Lines to vote for the winner opened at the start of Saturday's live show at London's Excel Centre before the first round of performances.
Grace Davies performed new song Live And Let Die by Wings. Rak-Su reprised their own hit original song Mamacita while Kevin Davy White sung new song Whole Lotta Love by Lez Zeppelin.
It was then onto the duets, where Kevin Davy White performed with Tokio Myers on Fastlove, Pt 1 by George Michael before Grace Davies duetted with BRIT Award winner Paloma Faith on Grace's track Roots. Rak Su finished the night's performances, teaming up with Grammy-award winning rapper Wyclef Jean on Rak-Su's original song Dimelo.
Who won The X Factor 2017?
After Saturday's songs, lines were frozen before Dermot O'Leary announced the third placed finalist. With the fewest votes at the freeze, Kevin Davy White bowed out of the competition in third place.
Kevin said: "Thank you to the UK for believing me to put me on this stage, I've learned so much and I can't wait to show you what more I can do."
On Sunday, the final continued with four more performances. Grace started by singing original song Nothing But Words and Rak-Su performed self-penned track Touche.
After, Rak-Su and Grace each reprised their favourite song of the series. Once again both picked originals, Rak-Su singing Mona Lisa and Grace singing Too Young.
Grace and Rak-Su then went forward to the final results live show.
Host Dermot returned to close the vote for good before revealing the final result.
And with the most votes over the weekend, Rak-Su were crowned The X Factor 2017 winners.
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The X Factor will be back next year on ITV.