The Britain’s Got Talent voting stats have been revealed

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Britain's Got Talent

by Anna Sky Hulton |
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Last night we saw the long-awaited Britain's Got Talent final take place, with the top three acts consisting of Lost Voice Guy, Donchez Dacres and Robert White.

Comedian Lost Voice Guy was ultimately crowned Britain's Got Talent winner for the 12th series, with another comedian Robert White ending in second place, and singer Donchez Dacres in third, but how close were the results?

Everyday last week the Britain's Got Talent semi-finals took place with the top act according to the viewers' vote going through to the live final. Then, the judges had the chance to vote on the second act to be sent through.

By looking at each days' results it's clear that Lost Voice Guy was a clear favourite with the public, receiving a massive 40.5% of the votes during his semi-final show, the only other semi-final act to come even slightly close was fellow comedian Robert White, who won the public vote on Wednesday's semi-final with 30.2%, and ultimately came second in the talent show.

In yesterday's final the actual results were much closer with Lost Voice Guy receiving 21% of the votes and second place Robert White getting 17.2%.

See the full list of voting stats below.

Semi-final 1 (Monday)

Lost Voice Guy - 40.5%

The D-Day Darlings - 21.3%

Maddox Dixon - 13.5%

Shameer Rayes - 8.1%

Matt Johnson - 5.9%

Lifford Shillingford - 5.7%

Cali Swing - 3.9%

Ellie & Jeki - 1.1%

Semi-final 2 (Tuesday)

Donchez Dacres - 24.1%

Calum Courtney - 16.1%

B Positive Choir - 14.4%

Futunity - 12.4%

Magus Utopia - 11.8%

Ronan Busfield - 10.9%

Andrew Lancaster - 6.4%

Nick Page - 3.9%

Semi-final 3 (Wednesday)

Robert White - 30.2%

Gruffydd Wyn - 24.1%

Marc Spelmann - 18.0%

Aleksandar Mileusnić - 9.4%

Rise Unbroken - 8.5%

AcroCadabra - 3.7%

DMU Gospel Choir - 3.2%

Mr Uekusa - 2.9%

Semi-final 4 (Thursday)

DVJ - 32.6%

Jack and Tim Goodacre - 24.1%

Noel James - 12.2%

Sascha Williams - 8.9%

Amy Marie Borg - 7.4%

Baba Yega - 6.5%

Marty Putz - 5.2%

Olena Uutai - 3.1%

Semi-final 5 (Friday)

Micky P Kerr - 21.5%

Giang Brothers - 20.1%

Mandy Muden - 19.4%

Father Ray Kelly - 13.5%

Bring it North - 9.1%

Demille and Muoneké - 9.1%

Lexie & Christopher - 5.8%

Sarah Llewellyn - 1.5%


Lost Voice Guy - 21.0%

Robert White - 17.2%

Donchez Dacres - 11.2%

Gruffydd Wyn - 11.2%

Giang Brothers - 9.5%

DVJ - 7.1%

The D-Day Darlings - 7.1%

Jack & Tim - 6.2%

Calum Courtney - 3.5%

Micky P Kerr - 3.3%

B Positive Choir - 2.7%

Check out all of the past BGT winners:


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Paul Potts

Paul Potts won the very first show in 2007 with his hugely impressive singing abilities.

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George Sampson

Break dancer George Sampson won the show in 2008 at the age of just 14-years-old.

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Dance group Diversity won the show in 2009, with Ashley Banjo going on to become a TV presenter.

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The 2010 series also saw a dance group win in the form of Spellbound, pictured here performing with singer Katherine Jenkins that year.

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Jai McDowall

Singer Jai McDowall won the show in 2011.

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Ashleigh and Pudsey

Dog performing act Ashleigh and Pudsey were winners of the 2012 series. However, Pudsey sadly passed away in July 2017.

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Another dance group won over the public in 2013, as Attraction used shadows and puppets to create beautiful spectacles - pictured here with Terry Crews.

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Singing group Collabro wowed viewers in 2014 with their performances of musical theatre songs.

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Jules and Matisse

Britain's Got Talent saw its second dog act winner in 2015 with Jules and Matisse.

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Richard Jones

Magician Richard Jones won the hearts of the nation in 2016.

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Tokio Myers

Pianist and music producer Tokio Myers won the show in 2017, pictured here with BGT judge Amanda Holden.

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Lost Voice Guy

Lost Voice Guy, real name Lee Ridley, won in 2018.

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Colin Thackery

Colin Thackery won Britain's Got Talent in 2019.

Despite falling over after his semi-final victory, Lost Voice Guy took the Britain's Got Talent crown yesterday (Sunday). Lost Voice Guy is a 37-year-old comedian who lives in Newcastle and has cerebral palsy after he fell ill as a baby which left him unable to speak.

Using a ‘text-to-speech’ app on his iPad his routine often centres around his disability. He first attracted the attention of the judges in the audition rounds and after appearing on the show, a video of his performance soon received millions of views on YouTube.

Congratulations to Lost Voice Guy and all the finalists!

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