Another series of Britain's Got Talent is over and the winner of the 2019 winner of the ITV show has been revealed. Wildcard act Libby and Charlie joined Flakefleet Primary School, Dave and Finn, Siobhan Phillips, 4MG, Colin Thackery, Kojo Anim, Ben Hart, Mark McMullan, X and Jonathan Goodwin to fight it out for a £250,000 prize and a place on the bill of the 2019 Royal Variety Show.
In third place was Ben Hart, second was X and the worthy winner was revealed as Colin Thackery.
It was an incredible show, first to perform was PC Dave Wardell and his hero dog Finn, who have warmed viewers hearts with their mind-reading act.
Next up it was the turn of Flakefleet Primary School who sang and danced energetically and adorably to Take That's 'Rule The World'.
Magician Ben Hart then took to the stage to tell a story about his grandfather meeting a magician, with some tricks to bring the story to life.
Judges Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams had picked young dancers Libby and Charlie to join the finalists as the Wildcard act. They performed an upbeat dance routine that got a standing ovation from the judges.
Next up were the One Direction of magic, 4MG. The four piece involved the judges, including having Alesha Dixon seemingly control a key with her mind and David Walliams spell out Simon using mind control.
Singer Mark McMullan took to the stage next. Mark had left viewers in tears after his first audition when he performed a touching tribute for his brother Declan, who has locked-in syndrome.
Mark said: "Nearly six years ago, my older brother took sick from a brain injury.
"He's here today but he was left with a condition called locked-in syndrome - he's trapped inside his own body, the only thing he can do is hear, so my music became a big comfort for him."
From an emotional moment to a terrifying one, next up was Jonathan Goodwin who was handcuffed, locked in a cage, hoisted into the air and buried alive. The judges anxiously looked away as he disappeared from view under the grains, and everyone (including Cheryl Tweedy who was watching in the audience) were relieved when he escaped!
Up next and lifting the mood, was singing comedian Siobhan Phillips, who sang her hilarious comedy routine about her mother whilst playing on the piano.
There was a shock in store when mystery magician X was revealed as a previous golden buzzer winner, Marc Spelmann.
Next up, comedian Kojo Anim brought all the laughs with his routine.
Finally closing out the show was Colin Thackery who sang his way into viewers hearts.
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Paul Potts won the very first show in 2007 with his hugely impressive singing abilities.
Break dancer George Sampson won the show in 2008 at the age of just 14-years-old.
Dance group Diversity won the show in 2009, with Ashley Banjo going on to become a TV presenter.
The 2010 series also saw a dance group win in the form of Spellbound, pictured here performing with singer Katherine Jenkins that year.
Singer Jai McDowall won the show in 2011.
Dog performing act Ashleigh and Pudsey were winners of the 2012 series. However, Pudsey sadly passed away in July 2017.
Another dance group won over the public in 2013, as Attraction used shadows and puppets to create beautiful spectacles - pictured here with actor Terry Crews.
Singing group Collabro wowed viewers in 2014 with their performances of musical theatre songs.
Britain's Got Talent saw its second dog act winner in 2015 with Jules and Matisse.
Magician Richard Jones won the hearts of the nation in 2016.
Pianist and music producer Tokio Myers won the show in 2017, pictured here with BGT judge Amanda Holden.
Lost Voice Guy, real name Lee Ridley, won in 2018.
Colin Thackery won Britain's Got Talent 2019 with a heartwarming performance of 'Love Changes Everything'.
Comedy singer Jon Courtenay was crowned the winner of the 2020 series! Jon was a favourite from his very first audition, picking up Ant and Dec's Golden Buzzer!
Simon Cowell's Golden Buzzer act, comedian Axel Blake, was crowned the 2022 winner of Britain's Got Talent, beating the likes of ventriloquist Jamie Leahy and singer Tom Ball.
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