After months of belting their hearts out, it was a magnificent final for the four finalists on Saturday night's The Voice. Celebrity coaches Tom Jones and Olly Murs had two acts each, and both joined them on stage for some magnificent duets. Let's take a look at who won and the journey they all took to get to the final...
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Who won The Voice?
Bethzienna is a 28-year-old Welsh actress who has starred in Casualty, Skins and Our Girl. In her blind audition, Bethzienna sang Solomon Burke's Cry To Me - which caused Jennifer Hudson to turn around for her. Later, Tom Jones stole her for his team.
Jimmy Balito, 23, returned to The Voice after failing to impress last year. This time, his cover of Higher Love by Steve Winwood in the blind audition caused Tom and Jennifer to turn for him. He chose to go with team Tom, but - after losing the battle around with Roger Samuels - team Olly swooped in to recruit him.
Deana is a 23-year-old Liverpudlian teacher who joined team Tom after performing Amy Winehouse's Back to Black in her blind audition. She then beat Peter Donegan by singing Bob Dylan's Make You Feel My Love.
Molly is a 17-year-old vintage shop assistant from Cornwall. Although she initially wanted Tom Jones as her coach, she was thrilled to join Olly Murs' team. For her blind audition, she performed Eva Casidy's You Take My Breath Away.
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A tearful Molly was overwhelmed with the result: "Someone pinch me! All I can say is thank you from the bottom of my heart. I'm shocked! I am so glad you, Olly has stuck with me throughout this. You are my inspiration."
Runner up Deana was also emotional: "It's been a pleasure to be here and just get my name out there and work with Sir Tom."
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