Who won Britain’s Got Talent 2020? Final results see winner crowned

Britain's Got Talent 2020 winner and results

Who won Britain’s Got Talent 2020 has been revealed in the live results from Saturday’s final.


Ten months in the making, this weekend saw one act triumph as the Britain’s Got Talent 2020 Champion.

Voted for by viewers and revealed in a live results show, it was comedy singer Jon Courtenay who won Britain’s Got Talent 2020. He wins a life-changing £250,000 prize plus that coveted spot on the bill of the Royal Variety Performance.

The full results from the final, including voting percentages, can be found below…

Britain’s Got Talent results

1. Jon Courtenay – 35.7%
2. Sign Along With Us – 15.3%
3. Steve Royle – 14.1%
4. Nabil Abdulrashid – 13.9%
5. James & Dylan Piper – 5.7%
6. Damien O’Brien – 4.6%
7. Aidan McCann – 3.7%
8. Jasper Cherry – 3.3%
9. Magical Bones – 2.9%
10. Aaron & Jasmine – 0.8%

Britain’s Got Talent started earlier this year in April with its auditions but the semi-finals were delayed due to the pandemic.

Finally starting in September, the semi-finals were pre-recorded as acts performed for a socially distant panel of Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Ashley Banjo, who is sitting in for Simon Cowell.


In each semi-final, the judges picked one act to make the final and the viewers selected a second.

Making the final, the five judges picks were comedian Steve Royle, dance duo Aaron and Jasmine, magician Magical Bones, comedy singer Jon Courtenay and comedian Nabil Abdulrashid.

They were joined by the public’s choices, father and son magician duo James and Dylan Piper, magician Damien O’Brien, choir Sign Along With Us, magician Jasper Cherry and magician Aidan McCann.

In the final, the top ten acts went head to head. They pre-recorded their performances the night before for safety reasons before the results were revealed live last night.

Together with the acts, each semi-final show will also feature a special guest performance. This weekend saw a unique collaboration between the West End casts of Les Misérables – The Staged Concert, The Phantom of the Opera and Mary Poppins.

Britain’s Got Talent will return in 2021 on ITV.


You can apply for next year’s series online here.

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