Fans of the Nottingham singer gathered in her school sports hall last night to watch her performance on the ITV show.
Hungarian shadow dance troupe Attraction were voted the winners of ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent tonight, picking up £250,000 and a slot performing at the Royal Variety Performance.
The troupe of shadow dancers have previously been on the German and Hungarian equivalents of BGT, but said they wanted to win this show because this was the biggest programme of its type.
Britain's Got Talent judges told 11-year-old finalist Arisxandra Libantino that she gave an "electrifying performance" of The Voice Within by Christina Aguilera.
Judge Amanda Holden said: "You did yourself proud, you started off so whispery and quiet but when you went for it, you went for it. It was an electrifying performance".
Judge Amanda Holden has compared tonight's Britain's Got Talent final to Christmas Day, while hosts Ant and Dec said they are looking forward to seeing all the acts:
Arisxandra Libantino from Nottingham will be singing tonight in the final of ITV's Britain's Got Talent competition.
Hundreds of her friends and supporters will gather at her school in the city to watch the performance on giant screens.
The school is expecting around 200 people - many from the city's Filipino community.
Arisxandra's family came over from the country to give her a better life.