The X Factor 2017 final concluded last night with just over 5 million viewers.
An average audience of 5.2 million viewers tuned in between 7:15PM and 9PM, as the final two acts went head to head.
A peak of 7 million tuned in as Rak-Su were crowned the winners of The X Factor 2017 last night, beating Grace Davies in the final showdown.
The pair were top of the vote at Saturday night's freeze where Kevin Davy White went home, finishing in third place.
Last night's X Factor rating was the joint-highest of the live shows over the past six weeks, and up 900,000 viewers on Saturday's first half of the final.
However, as with the rest of this series' ratings, the show was well down on last year were 7 million watched Matt Terry claim victory.
The X Factor will return to ITV next autumn for what will be its fifteenth series.
Earlier on the night on ITV, the Celebrity Chase had 3.1 million viewers while I'm A Celebrity's second elimination interested 8.1 million.
BBC One dominated the night although both Strictly and Blue Planet 2 were down week-on-week.
Strictly fell only slightly (200,00) viewers to 10.3 million with a peak audience of 11 million watching the latest shock dance off results.
Meanwhile, Blue Planet 2 had 9.8 million viewers, 500,000 below last Sunday and its lowest rated episode yet.
In the 9PM hour, Howards End concluded its four part run with 4.1 million viewers against I'm A Celeb