ITV has released the percentage breakdown of the public vote that saw Norwegian clown Viggo Venn crowned the winner of BGT.
'Britain's Got Talent' fans will be thrilled to learn that the ITV talent show is back, with Ant and Dec returning for another year of awkward auditions and incredible hidden talents.
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.
ITV's hit reality show returns for its summer series, while Hollywood icon Arnold Schwarzenegger looks back at the highs and lows of his career.
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.
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.
Ahead of Britain's Got Talent's return, Ant and Dec have admitted they were hesitant to continue with David Walliams exiting the show.