Mo Adeniran wins The Voice UK final 2017

Posted April 03, 2017

Mo Adeniran was crowned this year's victor, beating duo Into The Ark and soloist Jamie Miller, who came second and third respectively.

Sir Tom Jones was caught on camera mouthing a swear word ahead of a dramatic stage invasion during the live final of The Voice 2017.

Mo Adeniran has been crowned the victor of The Voice UK 2017.

As the victor, Mo will receive a recording contract with Polydor Records, home to artists such as Take That and Ellie Goulding.

"'F*** me!" he shouted in disbelief, prompting host Emma Willis to apologise.

Jamie (Team Jennifer Hudson) took on Ed Sheeran's "Shape Of You", Into The Ark (Team Tom Jones) performed "Hold On, We're Going Home" by Drake, whilst Mo (Team Jennifer Hudson) sang Paolo Nutini's "Iron Sky".

If they don't ask me back then a bit like when my acts went out, I would wonder what I did wrong.

Adeniran's stirring performance of Unsteady had Hudson struggling to contain her emotions.

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Michelle John has become the first contestant to be knocked out of the final of The Voice UK.

Ms Hudson tweeted her delight at his win.

BLACKWOOD duo Into The Ark have finished as runners-up in the The Voice final.

However, Sir Tom says he already is in talks.

He added: "These two boys are unique, there's nothing around like them at the moment".

And the talented singer remained the favourite right until the end.

This year's series will not have an official winner's single, instead, they will immediately begin working on an EP, to be released a matter of weeks after Sunday's final.

The grand final also featured a performance by United States singer-songwriter John Legend, who debuted his new song Sure Fire.