With a performance that crowned an already flawless BGT showing, Classical pianist Tokio Myers won Britain's Got Talent 2017.
In spite of his incredible talent, It wasn't an easy win for him. He had tough competition in the action-packed show and only narrowly beat surprise runner-up Issy Simpson, a mind blowing eight-year-old child magician who almost stole the show.
Visibly shocked and emotional, the 32-year-old musician gushed: 'I can't believe it!' as Ant and Dec made the announcement in front of the supportive crowd. Overwhelmed, he fell to the floor as he was announced the winner.
No shade on the other 9 finalists who pulled off incredible performances.In third place was Daliso Chaponda who gushed: 'I've had an amazing time, it's been life changing.'
Finishing in 11th was DNA in 10th was Ned Woodman, in ninth was MerseyGirls, in eighth The Missing People Choir, in seventh was Sarah Ikumu, in sixth was Kyle Tomlinson, in fifth was The Pensionalities, and finishing in fourth was Matt Edwards.
Former session pianist Tokio who has worked with Kanye West and the Amy Winehouse, has described Winehouse as his big sister on tour. He blew the audience and the BGT judges away with a unique combination of classical piano music and Des'ree - Kissing You with Rag'n'Bone Man's Human to create a masterpiece that won him the night.