Collabro, a musical theatre boy band, won tonight's Britain's Got Talent final with a rousing performance of the song 'Stars'.
The operatic five-piece, whose day jobs include labourer, petrol station assistant and kitchen salesman, impressed the judges with their rendition of the song from Les Miserables.
Watch Collabro's winning performance.
It was the same musical number as the one the boys sung in their BGT audition, although the outfits and the setting were somewhat less glamorous on that occasion.
Sinitta was among a host of people showing their support for the boys on Twitter tonight.
After their victory was announced by Ant and Dec, a delighted Jamie said: "For everyone who voted, you're absolutely amazing. Judges - thank you so much."
"Thank you Collaborators, we love you!" Hadfield added.
In second place in the final was opera singer Lucy Kay, who offered a timely version of a song associated with the World Cup with Luciano Pavarotti's famous 'Nessun Dorma'.
Fresh-faced rap duo Bars and Melody came third, performing their own version of the Twista featuring Faith Evans track 'Hope'.
Vocal harmony group Jack Pack, who were the public's favourite in the semi-finals, finished fourth with their performance of the classic jazz standard 'Feeling Good'.
Illusionist Darcy Oake could not magic up a victory, but he did bring the judges to their feet with a mind-boggling routine called 'The Jaws of Death'.
Teenage singer James Smith earned a sixth-place finish with his rendition of Otis Redding's 'Try a Little Tenderness'.