ITV has released the percentage breakdown of the public vote that saw Norwegian clown Viggo Venn crowned the winner of BGT.
The public voted for the Norwegian comedy performer to be crowned the winner, over a range of talented young acts.
The 62-year-old Scottish singer confessed she thought she may never perform again after suffering a stroke.
Norwegian comedian Viggo Venn swore after dropping his balloon during the live final.
The sounds of Bruno's name being chanted in the theatre sounded like booing to some viewers.
From dangerous fire stunts to bad language - what have been the talking points of this year's BGT?
The grand final will see 11 acts compete to win a cash prize of £250,000 and a chance to perform at the Royal Variety Performance.
After the rules were broken there are now seven Golden Buzzer acts in this year's semi-final.
Noodle the cat was a CGI animation of a feline who talked to the judges and sang Feeling Good.
Cowell said he did not get involved in David Walliams's departure from Britain's Got Talent after it emerged the former judge had made derogatory remarks about contestants.
The 13-year-old tugged on the heart strings with his story of how performing magic had helped him overcome the social awkwardness that came with his autism.
The former Strictly judge joined up with the rest of the Britain's Got Talent cast this week as filming began on the 2023 series.
Maxwell Thorpe is the favourite to win the competition.
Although 'Britain's Got Talent' has seen a wealth of successful performers appear on its show, that's not the only reason people watch it.
TV's Mr Nasty said he has given up on the idea of retirement as he has nothing else to do with his time.
Some viewers questioned why the singing dad was already wearing a microphone for his 'surprise' audition.
Loren Allred wowed the 'Britain's Got Talent' judges with her performance of hit ballad 'Never Enough'.
There's plenty to watch this Easter on TV and streaming.
Cowell, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden were joined by hosts Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly at The London Palladium.
The author and actor said it is 'an unpredictable world'.
The 25-year-old 'Britain's Got Talent' star has shared his happy family news on social media.
The 62-year-old music mogul - who broke his back last year - has decided to take a back seat production role on his new talent show.
The former gameshow host called the Diversity star 'George' by accident and told him to 'stick to dancing'.
The dancer and 'BGT' judge feared for the safety of his family after being subjected to racist abuse and death threats for Diversity's BLM-inspired performance.
The dance troupe's tribute to George Floyd is in the running for the must-see moment award, voted for by the public.