The Voice Kids has crowned its 2020 winner, with Justine Afante taking the title.
For tonight's (August 29) final, host Emma Willis and mentors Paloma Faith, will.i.am, Pixie Lott and Danny Jones were all back, though a little further apart due to social distancing.
Competing alongside Team Pixie's Justine were finalists George Elliot (Team Danny), Victoria Alsina (Team will) and Dara McNicholl (Team Paloma).
Due to the ongoing coronavirus situation, the final was filmed last week without a studio audience and instead had a virtual audience with the finalists' friends and family watching on a livestream.
It was the virtual audience who ultimately voted for the winner.
Despite there being no actual live audience, the performances were still huge and once the super-talented kids had each belted out their solos, they took to the stage with their coaches for some epic duets.
George and Danny were up first, rocking out to Bruce Springsteen's 'Born to Run', and then Dara and Paloma sang the Motown classic 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough'.
Victoria and will performed Black Eyed Peas hit 'Where Is the Love?', and finally Justine and Pixie sang 'Don't Worry 'bout a Thing' by Stevie Wonder.
When the winner was finally announced, Justine was so stunned, she burst out crying.
She said: "I am in so much shock! They were all so good and I didn't think I was going to be the one."
Usually the winners receive a £30,000 bursary towards their music education and a dream holiday to Universal in Florida for them and their family, though there was an exciting twist for this year.
All four finalists will be going to Florida – as soon as it's safe to do so, of course.
The Voice Kids airs on ITV.
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