The Voice Kids has crowned its first champion: Jess F channelled her inner Queen Bey to bag the title, blowing away the judges with a stunning performance of the singer's pitch-shifting classic, Love On Top.

After performances from coaches, Pixie Lott and Danny Jones, former One Directioner Niall Horan, the Vamps and all six finalists, Emma Willis announced that the teen had received the most votes from the public. Utterly incredulous, she thanked her coach, Lott, and praised her co-stars: "I'm so proud of these guys, they're my best friends".

With the win, the 14-year-old Pixie Lott protege takes home £30,000 towards her musical education, along with an all-expenses paid trip to Disneyland for her and her family. 

Check out the vocal acrobatics in her final performance below:

Speaking to Ceallach Spellman backstage after the announcement the young singer was incredulous, while her mentor Pixie Lott said that she had performed as if "she was headlining Glastonbury". 

The kids were in fine company on the evening of the finale, with former One Directioner Niall Horan performing new single Slow Hands. Watch below.

Something tells me his fans rather enjoyed it.