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Sunday, 4 June 2017

2017 Britain´s Got Talent Results - Pianist Tokio Myers Crowned as The Winner (Full Results Video)



Results of Britain´s Got Talent 2017



Pianist Tokio Myers is crowned the winner of Britain's Got Talent after being inspired to enter by 'big sister' Amy Winehouse... as he beats child magician Issy Simpson to nab the £250,000 prize in action-packed final

  • The 23-year-old musician was crowned the winner of the Britian's Got Talent on Saturday night's final 
  • The star previously revealed he was inspired to take part after working with Amy Winehouse 
  •  Issy Simpson, an eight-year-old magician finished in second whilst comedian Daliso Chaponda came third
Classical pianist Tokio Myers was crowned the winner of Britain's Got Talent 2017 during Saturday night's live final.
He had tough competition in the action-packed show, narrowly beating runner-up Issy Simpson, an eight-year-old child magician, and comedian Daliso Chaponda. 
Visibly shocked, the 32-year-old musician gushed: 'I can't believe it!' as Ant and Dec made the announcement in front of the supportive crowd, before he swept up Issy for a large hug. 
Victorious! Classical pianist Tokio Myers was crowned the winner of Britain's Got Talent 2017 on Saturday night's live final
Victorious! Classical pianist Tokio Myers was crowned the winner of Britain's Got Talent 2017 on Saturday night's live final


Victorious! Classical pianist Tokio Myers was crowned the winner of Britain's Got Talent 2017 on Saturday night's live final
Moment Tokio Myers is named the WINNER of Britain's Got Talent 2017


Finishing in 11th place was illusionist DNA; in 10th was magician Ned Woodman; in ninth were dancers MerseyGirls; in eighth The Missing People Choir; in seventh singer Sarah Ikumu; in sixth singer Kyle Tomlinson; in fifth simgers The Pensionalities, and finishing in fourth was comedian Matt Edwards.okio Myers is a 32-year-old former session pianist who has previously supported Kanye West and Amy Winehouse - who he described as his big sister - on tour.  
He blew the judges away and was the final act on the night, closing the show in spectacular style with his performance. The pianist combined classical music and Des'ree - Kissing You with Rag'n'Bone Man's Human much to the judges' delight. 
Eager: All the finalists gathered on the stage as they prepared for the life-changing announcement
Eager: All the finalists gathered on the stage as they prepared for the life-changing announcement
Runners up: Magician Issy Simpson (L) and comedian Daliso Chaponda finished in second and third place respectively
Runners up: Magician Issy Simpson (L) and comedian Daliso Chaponda finished in second and third place respectively
Runners up: Magician Issy Simpson (L) and comedian Daliso Chaponda finished in second and third place respectively 
Final two! The two waited nervously for their fate as they Ant & Dec called out the winner
Final two! The two waited nervously for their fate as they Ant & Dec called out the winner
Amanda remarked: 'I'd adore to see something like this on the Royal Variety. You've come from nothing and you're absolutely everything.
Simon interrupted her as he interjected: 'I understand what you're saying Amanda , but Tokio you haven't come from nothing, you've had some disappointments. This was breathtakingly good as an artist, as a person I could not be happier for you right now.' 
The musician previously told of his tough upbringing explaining that he witnessed his headteacher get stabbed.
He told The Sun: 'I was in the music room practising piano when the door gets kicked open and my teacher drags me off the stool. As I’m carried out I see my headmaster coming into the atrium next door. I see him collapsing, I see blood, and my music teacher is covering my eyes.'
Unbelievable! Visibly shocked, the 32-year-old musician gushed: 'I can't believe it!' as Ant and Dec made the announcement in front of the supportive crowd
Unbelievable! Visibly shocked, the 32-year-old musician gushed: 'I can't believe it!' as Ant and Dec made the announcement in front of the supportive crowd
Winner! The four judges stood up as they congratulated Tokio on his win as they pointed their arms towards him
Winner! The four judges stood up as they congratulated Tokio on his win as they pointed their arms towards him
Floored! Tokio couldn't believe he was crowned the winner and dropped to the floor in shock after the news was announced
Floored! Tokio couldn't believe he was crowned the winner and dropped to the floor in shock after the news was announced
He also spoke about his close relationship with the late Amy Winehouse, telling The Mirror: 'I was totally in awe of her and I could hardly speak to her at first. But she was really sweet and lovely, like a big sister, and would always come up to me and give me a big hug.
I think she saw something in me, something unique. But she also said: ‘Stay humble and keep being you’, and that’s in my DNA now.'

Meanwhile, Britain's Got Talent viewers turned against talented nine-year-old comedian Ned Woodman during the live final on Saturday night as he delivered yet more digs.
In his act, the youngster savaged Gary Barlow, calling him a 'tedious singing robot', before making a jibe at hosts Ant and Dec for their height.


Comedian Ned Woodman almost forgets his routine during BGT final





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Savage: Britain's Got Talent viewers turned against talented nine-year-old comedian Ned Woodman during the live final on Saturday night as he delivered yet more digs towards the judges and other stars

Playful: Ned was delighted to make it through, having previously shocked viewers with his original audition for Britain's Got Talent, in which he called Amanda Holden a 'dog'
Playful: Ned was delighted to make it through, having previously shocked viewers with his original audition for Britain's Got Talent, in which he called Amanda Holden a 'dog'
Taking no prisoners: In his act, the youngster savaged Gary Barlow, calling him a 'tedious singing robot', before making a jibe at hosts Ant and Dec for their height
Having a laugh: The judges were in stitches after his routine, with Simon remarking: 'I love that we laugh at you ripping us apart... are you sure I'm not your dad?'
Taking no prisoners: In his act, the youngster savaged Gary Barlow, calling him a 'tedious singing robot', before making a jibe at hosts Ant and Dec for their height
In his act, he quipped: 'I just want to thank Ant and Dec for spending all that money voting for me to get to the final... the length they'll go to make themselves seem taller!' 
The judges were in stitches after his routine, with Simon remarking: 'I love that we laugh at you ripping us apart... are you sure I'm not your dad?'
He added: 'You're on the verge of being annoying and likable but I've made a career out of being that!' 
Hitting back: In his act, he quipped: 'I just want to thank Ant and Dec for spending all that money voting for me to get to the final... the length they'll go to make themselves seem taller!'
Hitting back: In his act, he quipped: 'I just want to thank Ant and Dec for spending all that money voting for me to get to the final... the length they'll go to make themselves seem taller!'
Hitting back: In his act, he quipped: 'I just want to thank Ant and Dec for spending all that money voting for me to get to the final... the length they'll go to make themselves seem taller!'
Amused: The youngster savaged the judges with his routine 
Amused: The youngster savaged the judges with his routine and Amanda appeared less than impressed
Amused: The youngster savaged the judges with his routine and Amanda appeared less than impressed
Viewers weren't as impressed, however, tweeting: 'Don't think Ned is funny at all #BGT', 'Feeling really awkward watching Ned. Not funny #goingdownlikealeadballoon #BGT' 'really hoping Ned doesn't win and got a nasty feeling he might. why are we laughing at someone being horrible? Really? #BeKind #BGT.'
Others admired the youngsters wit, tweeting: 'Ned =awesome work for a young boy! #BGT', 'Aww Ned did well #bgt.' 
Ned was delighted to make it through, having previously shocked viewers with his original audition for Britain's Got Talent, in which he called Amanda Holden a 'dog'.
Dancing sensation: Elsewhere in the action-packed final Simon Cowell was left heartbroken by 15-year-old Julia Carlile's tale as the MerseyGirls danced up a storm 
Dancing sensation: Elsewhere in the action-packed final Simon Cowell was left heartbroken by 15-year-old Julia Carlile's tale as the MerseyGirls danced up a storm 
Stepping out: The dancers but on an incredible display on stage, dancing their hearts out for the final
Stepping out: The dancers but on an incredible display on stage, dancing their hearts out for the final
Stepping out: The dancers but on an incredible display on stage, dancing their hearts out for the final
But the child comedian, nine, proved he wasn't deterred by the comments as he went on to 'savage' the judges during his earlier performance on semi-final.
In his witty routine, the youngster began by claiming David Walliams was a 'rubbish' writer, before claiming the 'most annoying sound' he had ever heard was Alesha Dixon's laugh. 
Whilst the judges all seemed to enjoy the routine, Simon was unable to hide his disappointment as he was seen rolling his eyes and whispering in Amanda's ear when Ned was announced as a finalist over his golden buzzer act, Sarah Ikumu. Sarah did make the final, however, as she was brought back as the golden buzzer act.  
Looking good: Opening the show was the Pensionalities - Henry Hall, 84, and Malcolm 'Malc' White, 75, who have a combined age of 159
Looking good: Opening the show was the Pensionalities - Henry Hall, 84, and Malcolm 'Malc' White, 75, who have a combined age of 159
Dazzling: The performing pensioners dazzled with their rendition of Frank Sinatra's When You're Smiling, with David Walliams remarking: 'You've put a smile on the faces of the nation!'
Dazzling: The performing pensioners dazzled with their rendition of Frank Sinatra's When You're Smiling, with David Walliams remarking: 'You've put a smile on the faces of the nation!'
Dazzling: The performing pensioners dazzled with their rendition of Frank Sinatra's When You're Smiling, with David Walliams remarking: 'You've put a smile on the faces of the nation!'
Elsewhere in the action-packed final Simon Cowell was left heartbroken by 15-year-old Julia Carlile's tale, which has seen her scoliosis risk ending her dancing career.
And during her opening clip, it was confirmed that he will pay for her to have life-changing surgery on her spine.
In the MerseyGirls dance group's opening VT, Julia made the announcement before the troupe blew the dancers away with their routine. 
Simon gushed: 'Every performance you've given it 100 percent. After that, you might be in with a shot tonight!'
Alesha Dixon - who made the girls her golden buzzer act, said: 'I've fallen in love with you,' adding: 'Thank you Simon!' 
Singing sensation: David's golden buzzer act Kyle Tomlinson was up next and wowed with his performance of Christina Perri's A Thousand Years
Singing sensation: David's golden buzzer act Kyle Tomlinson was up next and wowed with his performance of Christina Perri's A Thousand Years
Taken aback: David gushed: 'I couldn't be prouder!' as Simon added: 'I think you'll get calls from agents, producers!'
Taken aback: David gushed: 'I couldn't be prouder!' as Simon added: 'I think you'll get calls from agents, producers!'
Taken aback: David gushed: 'I couldn't be prouder!' as Simon added: 'I think you'll get calls from agents, producers!'
Opening the show was the Pensionalities - Henry Hall, 84, and Malcolm 'Malc' White, 75, who have a combined age of 159. 
The performing pensioners dazzled with their rendition of Frank Sinatra's When You're Smiling, with David Walliams remarking: 'You've put a smile on the faces of the nation!' 
Amanda Holden added: 'It is proper old school entertainment, a brilliant opener!' 
Double trouble: Illusionists DNA blew the judges away with their routine which saw them 'read minds' to predict numbers the judges would pick
Double trouble: Illusionists DNA blew the judges away with their routine which saw them 'read minds' to predict numbers the judges would pick
Next up! Alesha Dixon dubbed them 'fantastic', whilst David quipped: 'I hope you influence people at home to pick up the phone!'
Next up! Alesha Dixon dubbed them 'fantastic', whilst David quipped: 'I hope you influence people at home to pick up the phone!'
Next up! Alesha Dixon dubbed them 'fantastic', whilst David quipped: 'I hope you influence people at home to pick up the phone!'
Dynamic: The duo appeared in high spirits as they competed for the coveted prize
Dynamic: The duo appeared in high spirits as they competed for the coveted prize
David's golden buzzer act Kyle Tomlinson was up next and wowed with his performance of Christina Perri's A Thousand Years.  
David gushed: 'I couldn't be prouder!' as Simon added: 'I think you'll get calls from agents, producers!' 
Illusionists DNA blew the judges away with their routine which saw them 'read minds' to predict numbers the judges would pick. 
Alesha Dixon dubbed them 'fantastic', whilst David quipped: 'I hope you influence people at home to pick up the phone!' 
Doing well: Up next was Ant and Dec's golden buzzer act, comedic magician Matt Edwards
Doing well: Up next was Ant and Dec's golden buzzer act, comedic magician Matt Edwards
Humour: David was full of praise as he told the star: 'I love this kind of humour, you remind me of Harry Hill, who I love'
Humour: David was full of praise as he told the star: 'I love this kind of humour, you remind me of Harry Hill, who I love'
Humour: David was full of praise as he told the star: 'I love this kind of humour, you remind me of Harry Hill, who I love'
Up next was Ant and Dec's golden buzzer act, comedic magician Matt Edwards.
David was full of praise as he told the star: 'I love this kind of humour, you remind me of Harry Hill, who I love'.  
The Missing People's Choir left the judges in tears with their emotional performance.
The group, which is made up of families of people who have vanished wowed with their dazzling song as the images of their missing loved ones flashed up on the screen.
Upsetting: The Missing People's Choir left the judges in tears with their emotional performance
Upsetting: The Missing People's Choir left the judges in tears with their emotional performance
Alesha broke down as she remarked: 'You just proved how powerful music is, you connected us, united us.' 
She added: 'That was your best performance so far you're the ones to beat right now.'
Simon was in agreement as he sighed: 'You've been incredibly honest and to the point, you're not professional singers but it was the absolute perfect way to come into the final.'
Songstress: The judges' wild card - who was picked to appear in the final after not getting enough votes to progress from the semi-finals - was Sarah Ikumu who wowed with her rendition of Andra Day's Rise Up
Songstress: The judges' wild card - who was picked to appear in the final after not getting enough votes to progress from the semi-finals - was Sarah Ikumu who wowed with her rendition of Andra Day's Rise Up
Impressed: Simon - who picked the songstress as his golden buzzer act remarked: 'What a great song and great lyrics'
Impressed: Simon - who picked the songstress as his golden buzzer act remarked: 'What a great song and great lyrics'
Impressed: Simon - who picked the songstress as his golden buzzer act remarked: 'What a great song and great lyrics'
The judges' wild card - who was picked to appear in the final after not getting enough votes to progress from the semi-finals - was Sarah Ikumu who wowed with her rendition of Andra Day's Rise Up.  
Simon - who picked the songstress as his golden buzzer act remarked: 'What a great song and great lyrics'. 
Alesha added: 'You're like an old soul!' as Amanda exclaimed: 'You're the most extraordinary performer.' 
Loving life: Amanda's golden buzzer act, Daliso Chaponda, was up next and shocked and delighted with his near the bone comedic routine
Loving life: Amanda's golden buzzer act, Daliso Chaponda, was up next and shocked and delighted with his near the bone comedic routine
Charming: 'You think i could do that in Africa? Make a Robert Mugabe joke? It'd be Britain's Got Arrested!' Amanda remarked: 'I love that you're so edgy. You've got such charm, such charisma'
Charming: 'You think i could do that in Africa? Make a Robert Mugabe joke? It'd be Britain's Got Arrested!' Amanda remarked: 'I love that you're so edgy. You've got such charm, such charisma'
Charming: 'You think i could do that in Africa? Make a Robert Mugabe joke? It'd be Britain's Got Arrested!' Amanda remarked: 'I love that you're so edgy. You've got such charm, such charisma'
Amanda's golden buzzer act, Daliso Chaponda, was up next and shocked and delighted with his near the bone comedic routine. 
He quipped: 'In the UK I can cross the line, be non PC,the worst that will happen is that you will write  a complaint letter!
You think i could do that in Africa? Make a Robert Mugabe joke? It'd be Britain's Got Arrested!'  
Amanda remarked: 'I love that you're so edgy. You've got such charm, such charisma'
Simon added: 'I get that you're nervous but you're the funniest comedian we've ever had on this show.'  
Talented: Child magician Issy Simpson, eight, delighted with her tricks, which saw her read minds and guess cards the judges would pick before making confetti appear from the sky
Talented: Child magician Issy Simpson, eight, delighted with her tricks, which saw her read minds and guess cards the judges would pick before making confetti appear from the sky
'Magical': The youngster said: 'It's proof that no matter how young or old you are you can make truly magical things happen'
'Magical': The youngster said: 'It's proof that no matter how young or old you are you can make truly magical things happen'
'Magical': The youngster said: 'It's proof that no matter how young or old you are you can make truly magical things happen'
Child magician Issy Simpson, eight, delighted with her tricks, which saw her read minds and guess cards the judges would pick before making confetti appear from the sky. 
The youngster said: 'It's proof that no matter how young or old you are you can make truly magical things happen.' 
Alesha said: 'I actually got quite emotional, you've been the star of the show!' As Amanda revealed: 'Oh Issy I have to say right now I think you're going to win.' 
Simon was also impressed, explaining: 'I have no idea how you've done that. If JK Rowling believes in magic she should pick up the phone and make you the star of the show.'   
Blown away: Tokio Myers also blew the judges away and closed the show in spectacular style with his performance. The pianist combined classical music with Rag'n'Bone Man's Human much to the judges' delight
Blown away: Tokio Myers also blew the judges away and closed the show in spectacular style with his performance. The pianist combined classical music with Rag'n'Bone Man's Human much to the judges' delight
All smiles: Amanda and Alesha were all smiles as they arrived on stage with tux-clad dancers
All smiles: Amanda and Alesha were all smiles as they arrived on stage with tux-clad dancers
All smiles: Amanda and Alesha were all smiles as they arrived on stage with tux-clad dancers
In the spirit: Simon donned his trademark white shirt as he stepped out on stage
In the spirit: Simon donned his trademark white shirt as he stepped out on stage
Hats on! Earlier in the night, David arrived on stage wearing an elaborate head piece
Hats on! Earlier in the night, David arrived on stage wearing an elaborate head piece
It wasn't just the acts who had people talking but the judges, as Amanda Holden ensured all eyes were well and truly on her again when she stepped out in a bridal inspired, floor length gown, with fans joking she looked like she was about to take a trip down the aisle.
Her racy ensembles on Britain's Got Talent left viewers outraged and sparked more than 200 Ofcom complaints.
And despite keeping her sensational figure under wraps, Amanda got tongues wagging again with her wardrobe choice on the live final on Saturday night. 
Surprised fans flooded social media as they poked fun at her attire, with one viewer raising the question in tongue-and-cheek fashion, asking, 'Wonder who Amanda Holden is getting married to tonight?'  
Alesha Dixon opted to flash flesh on the evening, putting on a very leggy display in a thigh-skimming gold dress.
Meanwhile, Alesha ensured her tanned and toned pins were on full display as she sashayed towards the stage.
The Mis-teeq star looked sensational as she left little to the imagination in the daring dress.
Two of a kind: Amanda Holden, 46, kept her sensational figure under wraps for the live BGT final on Saturday night whilst Alesha flashed her legs in a tiny gold dress
Two of a kind: Amanda Holden, 46, kept her sensational figure under wraps for the live BGT final on Saturday night whilst Alesha flashed her legs in a tiny gold dress
Two of a kind: Amanda Holden, 46, kept her sensational figure under wraps for the live BGT final on Saturday night whilst Alesha flashed her legs in a tiny gold dress
A chorus line: Simon worked the stage as a number of red leotard-clad dancers stood behind him
A chorus line: Simon worked the stage as a number of red leotard-clad dancers stood behind him



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-4569580/Tokio-Myers-crowned-winner-Britain-s-Got-Talent.html#ixzz4j0AAwdM9 

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