The Voice Kids has been entertaining viewers across the UK over the past few months. However, this evening’s (August 29) show saw the end of the talent competition as one contestant was crowned the winner. Here’s everything you need to know about the winner of The Voice 2020.
Who won The Voice Kids?
Tonight’s final of The Voice Kids saw the four remaining contestants take to the stage.
After competing over the past few months, those left in the final running were George Elliot, Victoria Alsina, Dara McNicholl and Justine Afante.
They were all invited to then perform two songs, including one alongside their mentor.
Each of them were coached by one of the judges of the series – Danny Jones, Will.i.am, Paloma Faith and Pixie Lott.
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Following a show-stopping evening of performances, it was then up to the audience to decide who was the winner.
In the final moments, it was Justine who was crowned as the winner of The Voice Kids 2020.
After winning, she said: “I’m in so much shock, they’re all so good. I didn’t think I was going to be the winner.”
Her coach Pixie was also very emotional about the win, telling her how proud she was.
Based on this, one of the rising stars was crowned the winner.
By winning the competition, Justine was awarded a £30,000 bursary to go towards their music education.
As well as this, all four of the finalists also received a family holiday to Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida.
Previous winners of the show have included Jess Folley, Daniel Davies and Sam Wilkinson ever since the show began in 2017.
So far, the most successful of the past winners is Folley who won The X Factor: The Band in girl group Real Like You.
Alongside the kid’s performances in the final, viewers were also able to enjoy music from Clean Bandit, Mabel and 24kGoldn.
They performed their latest single Tick Tock, much to the delight of fans.
The Voice Kids is available to catch-up on the ITV Hub now.