Molly Hocking says she is in “shock” after winning The Voice and going straight to Number One.

The 18-year-old, from Cornwall, won the ITV competition on Saturday night, seeing off three other finalists in the process.

She released her debut hit, I’ll Never Love Again, following the show and it went straight to Number One in the iTunes singles chart.

Someone pinch me. All I can say is thank you, from the bottom of my heart all I can say is, I'm shocked, thank you so much!

Molly after winning The Voice

More than four million people tuned in on Saturday night to watch the moment Molly was crowned the winner.

At the beginning of the show, the 18-year-old wowed audiences with her solo performance of Lewis Capaldi’s Someone You Loved.

Watch Lewis Capaldi react to Molly performing his song on The Voice:

She later took to the stage with Olly Murs for a duet of Simply Red’s Stars.

After being announced as the winner, Molly thanked Olly for his help - and described him as her “inspiration”.

I am so, so glad that you have stuck with me through this. You are my inspiration.

Molly on her mentor Olly Murs