Who won All Together Now? Winner crowned in final of BBC One show

2018 All Together Now winner revealed

Who won All Together Now? The winner of the first series of the BBC One show has been revealed.

Hosted by comedian Rob Beckett, All Together Now was the brand new singing competition with a twist.

And tonight the first ever All Together Now was crowned as Michael Rice was crowned champion.

19-year-old Michael from Hartlepool won the night with a score of 94 for his performance of Hallelujah.

Recalling his first performance on the show, Michael said this weekend: “I could hear the audience talking beside me and I didn’t really want to look up at the 100, because I knew there was so many of them, but, somehow I got the courage to look up, and sing, and then I just got this feeling of utter joy when they started to stand up and join in.”

In All Together Now 2018, over five heats, a range of talented performers took to the stage to perform in front of The 100 – a unique panel of music experts and singers from all over the UK, led by Spice Girl Geri Horner.

Each act performed for The 100, willing them to vote with their voices, and stand up and join in. The greater the number that stood up and sing along, the higher the act’s score.

In each heat, two acts made it through to the final where they performed again.

Tonight, the Final of All Together Now and ten finalists competed to be crowned series champion.

The finalists each performed a song hoping to get Spice Girl Geri Horner and as many members of The 100 up on their feet joining in. The three acts with the highest scores had to then perform one final time in a make or break sing off with a brand new song.

The scores were reset to zero, and with so much at stake which act will have more of The 100 up on their feet singing along to become champion?

The ten finalists included Hartlepool busker Michael Rice who scored the perfect ‘100’ in his heat. At just 20 he is the youngest act in the final. Also appearing are soprano Victoria Oruwari, Welsh singer Karl Lewis, ballad powerhouse Rachael Hawnt and West End performer Jodie Steele.

The line-up also included the unforgettable girl group The Sundaes who give a typically fun and colourful performance, the charismatic Tabi Gazele and mum of three Chloe Griffiths.

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