After all the heats, live acts, semi-finals and finals, the winner of this year's Britain's Got Talent has been crowned.

Lee Ridley, better known as Lost Voice Guy, won the competition with 21% of the public vote. He'll now go on to perform at the Royal Variety Command Performance and will also receive £250,000 as well. Ridley's comedy act is delivered through a voice synthesiser due to complications with cerebral palsy. Ridley incorporated both stigma around his condition and the voice synthesiser into his act, and wowed judges with his self-deprecating humour.

The first runner-up was another comedian, Robert White, who won 17.2% of the vote whilst singer / dancer Donchez Dacres was second runner-up with 11.2% of the vote. Meanwhile, our own Fr. Kelly was knocked out during the live semi-finals to much disappointment.

Meanwhile, Dec Donnelly won praise for handling the 'Britain's Got Talent' final on his own and gave an energetic song-and-dance opening performance, which has many insiders speculating if he's now going to go it alone in the future.

Here's the moment Lost Voice Guy was announced as winner.