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Meet the Britain's Got Talent winner – and the finalists here

The hit talent show concluded on Sunday 2nd June

Megan Bull
TV Writer
Updated: June 3, 2024
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The Britain's Got Talent final has been and gone! In recent weeks, fans have watched as Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli returned to the judging panel – and it's safe to say they've been impressed. 

After a record year for golden buzzer acts, the contestants finally battled it out on Sunday 2 June with singer Sydnie Christmas taking the crown. Meet the 2024 champion and her fellow finalists here. 

Meet the winner

Sydnie Christmas

Singer Sydnie Christmas was voted the winner of Britain's Got Talent following her heartwrenching rendition of 'Over the Rainbow' from The Wizard of Oz. 

A favourite to win from the get-go, before auditioning for the show, the 28-year-old worked on cruise ships including the Royal Caribbean International. She also appeared in theatre productions, including Starlight Express in Germany and Lazarus at London's King's Cross Theatre.

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While fans have been celebrating Sydnie's win, some viewers have suggested that her professional background and work on the West End had given her an unfair advantage over the other contestants. 

Meet the finalists

Abigail & Afronitaaa 

Ghanaian dance duo Abigail & Afronitaaa danced up a storm with their incredible performance to Brighter Days by Sigala, earning them a place in the live final. The duo consists of choreographer and dance teacher Danita, 20, and her seven-year-old student Abigail. Danita decided to mentor Abigail after watching her dance videos online. 

Abigail was born deaf and while she recently had a hearing aid fitted, she still uses the vibrations to help her feel the music. 

Abigail & Afronitaaa © @afronitaaa/Instagram
Abigail & Afronitaaa are a dance duo

Northants Sings Out 

This Northamptonshire community-based choir wowed the judges with their rendition of 90s hit Livin' Joy's Dreamer in the fourth semi-final.  

The group, whose members are aged between 25 and 65, is made up of singers from a diverse range of backgrounds. Its founder and conductor Gareth Fuller is credited for directing the choir at Liam Gallagher's Knebworth shows in 2022. 

Northants Sings Out © ITV
Northants Sings Out is a community choir

Mike Woodhams 

Impressionist Mike Woodhams works as a music teacher in St Albans. The singer and vocal coach shares his impressions on TikTok, delighting his followers with his impersonations of John Legend and Shirley Bassey.

BGT's Mike Woodhams © ITV
Mike Woodhams has landed a place in the final

Jack Rhodes

Nuclear engineer-turned-magician Jack Rhodes was the "favourite to win" according to judge Simon Cowell. 

WATCH: Magician Jack Rhodes wows Britain’s Got Talent judges in semi-final

The 26-year-old from Ulverston debuted a number of mind-blowing tricks, which he's been posting on his YouTube page since 2020.

He's also set to tour his comedy and magic show later this year. Part-Time Wizard, Full-Time Moron kicks off in London on 30 October. 

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Haribow

Japanese Double Dutch group Haribow travelled 20 hours to audition for Britain's Got Talent. The skipping group blew the the judges away with their performance, which earned them a standing ovation and a golden buzzer from Simon's son Eric and Amanda's daughter Hollie. 

Haribow on Britain's Got Talent© ITV
Haribow won a golden buzzer

Innocent Masuku

A South African operatic tenor, Innocent Masuku has received a Merit award in the 2019 SAMRO competition, a Drake Calleja trust award, The Oppenheimer International Scholarship, and The Countess Of Munster Musica award.

Innocent Masuku on Britain's Got Talent© ITV
Innocent Masuku is an award-winning opera singer

A former studio member of the Cape Town Opera, Innocent is currently based in London with his wife. Ahead of the finals, he told This Morning's Josie Gibson and Dermot O'Leary that it was "mindblowing" to make it this far. 

Ssaulabi Taekwondo Troupe

Ssaulabi Taekwondo Troupe travelled from South Korea to perform on Britain's Got Talent this year. After nailing a highly-skilled martial arts routine, the group managed to secure a golden buzzer in round one, taking them straight to the semi-finals where they were voted into the grand final.

The Ssaulabi Taekwondo Troupe on Britain's Got Talent© ITV
The Ssaulabi Taekwondo Troupe hails from South Korea

Made up of members aged 19 to 23, the group hails from Jeonju University. Their official Instagram page states that they have won several awards at the World Taekwondo Hanmadang festival. 

Alex Mitchell

Alex Mitchell, who has autism and Tourettes, had the judges in stitches with his fearless stand-up routine. Based in Leeds, the 23-year-old teacher won over the audience as he spoke about everything from his dating life to his day job and Simon Cowell! 

Alex Mitchell on Britain's Got Talent© ITV
Stand-up comedian Alex Mitchell has had the audience in hysterics

Trixy

Ever since his first audition on Britain's Got Talent, magician Trixy has been full of surprises. Based in London, the 34-year-old went all out in the final, inviting special guest Peter Andre to help him with his "best performance ever." 

Trixy on Britain's Got Talent© ITV
Magician Trixy hails from London

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