Tokio Myers won Britain’s Got Talent 2017 last night with 7% of the vote.
The Britain’s Got Talent 2017 voting stats have been revealed showing that pianist Tokio won the final with 24.2% of the vote between the eleven finalists, 6.7% more than runner up, magician Issy Simpson.
Comedian Daliso Chaponda, Amanda Holden’s golden buzzer act, was 3% further behind.
Less than 3% then split Matt Edwards in 4th place and 9th placed MerseyGirls, while Ned Woodman and DNA finished the rankings with 3.2% and 3% of the vote respectively.
Britain’s Got Talent 2017 results
Tokio Myers – 24.2%
Issy Simpson – 17.5%
Daliso Chaponda – 14.7%
Matt Edwards – 7.9%
The Pensionalities – 6.9%
Kyle Tomlinson – 6.7%
Sarah Ikumu – 5.6%
Missing People Choir – 5.2%
MerseyGirls – 5.1%
Ned Woodman – 3.2%
DNA – 3.0%
Meanwhile, the stats from the semi-finals show that Daliso was the biggest winner of the week, topping his semi-final with 41.1% of the vote.
Friday’s heat also saw the closest result with just 0.2% splitting runner up The Missing People’s Choir – who made the final – from Jamie Lee Harrison – who missed out.
Wild card act Sarah Ikumu finished third in Wednesday’s semi-final with 16.8% of the vote, 4% below comedian Ned Woodman who she went on to beat in the final rankings.
Finally, the closest semi-final victory went to Issy who beat fellow magician Matt Edwards in Tuesday night’s final by 3% of the vote.
> Britain’s Got Talent 2017 voting figures revealed – see full voting stats and percentages HERE!
Britain’s Got Talent will be back for its twelfth series next year on ITV.