The Voice series 10 came to an end last night, with four finalists being whittled down to one winner.
Performing one last time in a bid to become champion was Okulaja, Hannah Williams, Grace Holden and Craig Eddie.
Judges Tom Jones, will.i.am, Olly Murs and Anne-Marie were all hoping one of their remaining stars would come out on top in the public vote, but only one singer could take the crown.
So, who won the show?
Who won The Voice 2021?
Anne-Marie’s act Craig Eddie was named the winner of The Voice 2021.
Speaking after his win, Craig struggled to compose his words, before he said: ‘I’m so shocked. I’m still shocked. Thank you to everyone who voted for me.
‘Thank you to Scotland. Thank you to Anne Marie for always believing in me. I genuinely cannot express my thanks to everyone who voted for me.’
In the final, Craig sang his original track, Don’t Waste My Time – which will now be released via streaming platforms.
Coach Olly Murs, who had won the past two series with his acts, also praised Craig for his victory.
‘Congratulations to Anne Marie,’ he said. ‘Congratulations to Craig, you’ve been amazing since day one.
Meanwhile, Olly’s act Grace landed the runner-up spot.
The Voice is available for catch-up on the ITV Hub.
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