THE final of The Voice Kids 2020 saw one lucky contestant crowned as the winner.
Here’s who went home victorious with a bursary and a VIP holiday to enjoy with their family…
How did The Voice Kids final work?
The finalists were George Elliot, Victoria Alsina, Dara McNicholl and Justine Afante, and they were each coached by McFly’s Danny Jones, Will.i.am, Paloma Faith and Pixie Lott throughout the competition.
The last episode of the series was filmed on August 22, 2020 due to social distancing – that pre-recorded show aired on August 29, 2020.
A limited audience were able to see the final and cast votes for their favourite.
In the final, the kids sang a song with their mentor as just one of their performances.
Who won The Voice Kids 2020?
Each of the four finalists delivered fantastic solo performances and had the chance to duet with their celebrity coach.
It was Justine Afante who was ultimately crowned the winner after the virtual audience cast their votes.
After being crowned the winner by the virtual audience, Justine was left speechless as she burst into tears and exclaimed: “I can’t breathe!”
“I am in so much shock. They were all so good and I didn’t think I was going to be the winner.”
Justine kicked off the show singing Listen by Beyoncé, which was chosen by her mentor Pixie Lott.
George sang When You Were Young, after some rehearsals with none other than boyband McFly to help him get into the rocker spirit.
Dara, from Ireland, sang Against All Odds by Phil Collins and did well to maintain control over his new, recently-broken voice.
Victoria, the show’s youngest ever finalist performed a brilliant rendition of Alicia Keys hit Girl on Fire.
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What does the winner get?
The lucky child that wins the competition is awarded a £30,000 bursary to go towards their music education.
Each finalist will receive a family holiday to Universal Studios in Orlando.
The prize aims to invest in their future careers in the music business.