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Winner of Britain’s Got Talent final 2018

Lost Voice Guy has taken out the title of Britain’s Got Talent in a hotly contested finale on Sunday evening. 

The 37-year-old, aka comedian Lee Ridley beat out 10 other acts to claim the top spot at the Hammersmith Apollo on 3 June, with the viewers captivated by him and his hilarious performance. 

All four judges, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams were all floored by their finale performance.

Declan Donnelly first announced the top three acts which were Lost Voice Guy, Donchez Dacres and Robert White.

Donchez Dacres came in third place, as he said he felt ‘marvellous’. He added: ‘It’s out of this world. Thank you so much for voting for me.’ 

Donchez was the underdog that came through in the end, with odds of 50/1 going into the finale.



David Walliams’ Golden Buzzer act was crowned the winner of Tuesday night’s semi-final and was thoroughly entertaining to the crowds as he danced with and got the audience and judges into his tunes.

Musical comedian Robert White clapped when his fellow competitor was announced as the winner, while the judges applauded.

Robert gave the thumbs up to the audience.

He said: ‘It’s amazing, this whole year was about giving up comedy and starting teaching so this will be a lovely thing to remember when i become a full-time teacher in September.’
Lost Voice Guy will now be performing for the Queen at the Royal Variety Show, as well as £250,000.

Dec said: ‘You’ve done it!’

He said of performing for the Royal Family: ‘I’m very excited to perform for the Queen…I’ve loved her since she sang Bohemian Rhapsody.’

As he lapped up the audience’s whoops and cheers, he added: ‘I have been blown away by the support of the judges and the general public. ‘I’ve got so much love from everyone and I’m really grateful for it all.’

Lost Voice Guy, Lee – who is unable to speak due to complications from cerebral palsy and delivers his material through a voice synthesiser – secured his place in the final after delivering brilliantly self-deprecating humour in the first live show and throughout.

Simon Cowell said: ‘To you, you so deserve this. I’m so happy.’ It was an exciting final, with Lost Voice Guy even managing to crack a joke about the new facial injuries he was sporting, after confessing he fell over whilst drunk when celebrating his semi-final win.

In his routine, he quipped: ‘I felt like a rock star after last week’s show. But because it takes me so long to communicate with people through my computer, I couldn’t decline drinks fast enough.

‘So by the time I said no, they’d already bought me one. And, by the end of the night, I fell over!’

In another part of the routine, Lee joked about he had ‘joined a disabled Steps tribute act’ called ‘ramps’, which had the judges in stitches. Lee’s chances in the final appeared to be derailed last week, after suffering a fall on his way back to his hotel last Monday night (28 May).

However, he was sure to joke about the accident, as he appeared on This Morning.


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