After eight weeks, countless auditions and scores of votes, the Britain’s Got Talent final took place last night. In case you haven’t heard, operatic boyband Collabro walked away with the crown, triumphing over hot favourites Bars & Melody and classical singer Lucy Kay.
It was an action-packed evening for all as magician Darcy Oake put his life on the line, Cheryl Cole made a storming return to the UK stage and Simon Cowell buzzed a finalist for the very first time. Here’s what Twitter had to say about the night’s events…
Collabro made good use of the caps lock key to thank all their “collaborators” for crowning them victors:
But the presenting duo weren’t the boys’ only famous fans. Plenty of celebs took to their Twitter accounts to offer their congratulations after their performance of Stars from Les Misérables earned them the public’s support.
Those @CollabroGlobal deserved to win @GotTalent top lads!! They have got big future!!
Meanwhile, in second place was Lucy Kay who apologised on stage to the man who bet £1,000 she would win, although the 25-year-old was a delighted runner up and later tweeted her congratulations to Collabro.
Thank you so much to everyone that voted for me, I'm overwhelmed to be placed 2nd! Congratulations @CollabroGlobal you totally deserved it!💕