Britain’s Got Talent viewers furious at ‘dreadful’ final result as they threaten to boycott show
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Some Britain's Got Talent fans are flocking to social media in outrage over the final results.
Last night (Sunday, 4 June) the final of series 16 of ITV talent show Britain's Got Talent took place.
However, some viewers weren't best pleased with this year's results.
This year's finals saw a whole host of talent, from dancers to singers and even a comedian.
Dancer Lillianna and magician Cillian took on dancer Musa Motha, singer Amy Lou, comedian Viggo Venn, 11-year-old singer Olivia Lynes, dance and music troupe Ghetto Kids, Welsh singer Travis George, 13-year-old singer Malakai Bayoh and dance act Duo Odyssey for the top spot.
But who came out victorious?
Norwegian comedian Viggo Venn was voted by the public as this year's winner, taking home the £250,000 prize money and now set to perform at the Royal Variety Performance.
Venn's final performance on the show which secured him the top spot saw him take to the stage in a high-vis jacket to perform a highly physical, comedic routine.
The judges, studio audience and clearly the viewers who voted in from home, were blown away by Venn's performance. New judge Bruno Tonioli reviewed the performance: "I think your physical comedy is world-class, you have created one of the most memorable characters since Mr Bean."
Even Simon Cowell said: "At least you didn’t make me look stupid tonight. I have never ever met an act like you in my life, I will admit it, I really really love you now."
However, not all viewers agreed.
Flocking to Twitter to share their views, some BGT fans branded the final result 'dreadful'.
One user wrote: "Well, that was a huge letdown, Lillianna was superb."
"BGT= Britain's Got Trash," another added.
A third wrote: "Definitely fixed will not be watching again I think you will have to publish the voting figures after this final."
"Ridiculous it's Britain's Got Talent and Liliana was definitely the best by far. Yes he's quite funny but shouldn't have won!" a fourth said.
Although, others defended the comedian and his win.
"Worthy champion! In the words of Miranda Hearts mother... 'Such fun'. Loved it, well done!", one wrote.
Another added: "Loved the winner, makes a chance [sic] from a singer or dancer."
LADbible has contacted Britain's Got Talent for comment.