THE Voice Kids crowned Justine Afante as the winner in front of a virtual audience.
Judge Pixie Lott's 13-year-old contestant faced off against Danny Jones' George Elliot, 11, Paloma Faith's Dara McNicholl, 13, and will.i.am's Victoria – who was the youngest ever finalist at just eight.
Due to social distancing restrictions, the acts were forced to perform in front of a virtual audience.
The show was filmed earlier in the month, with the virtual audience voting for who they thought should be the winner.
Fans were overjoyed for Justine, with one person saying: "YESSS JUSTINE, KNEW IT, from the beginning you was my winner always. To see and watch you grow on stage is amazing and lovely to see, 13 years old guys wow."
Another added: "Well done Justine fully deserved. Best performances tonight, especially your duo with @PixieLott Lovely of the show to send all the finalists to Disneyland. Best series yet this year I'd say!"
A third remarked: "Big well done to Justine……. My how she proved those wrong who said she had no talent"
Justine impressed the audience by singing Listen by Beyonce for her solo performance.
Then for her duet with Pixie Lott, they took on Don't You Worry 'bout a Thing by Stevie Wonder.
Host Emma Willis announced all four of the finalists won a trip for them and their families to Universal Studios Resort in Orlando, Florida.
However, Justine won a £30,000 bursary, which will go towards her musical education.
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