Tokio Myers Has Won Britain’s Got Talent With Unbelievable Performance

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This year’s Britain’s Got Talent competition has been won by none other than Tokio Myers after arguably his best performance of the series.

The star studded show presented by Ant and Dec saw comedian Daliso Chaponda, the Missing People Choir, The Pensionalities, dance troupe Merseygirls, Tokio Myers, Ned Woodman, Matt Edwards, Issy Simpson, Kyle Tomlinson and DNA, go up against each other for the coveted prize.

However after all the acts, it was pianist Tokio that stole the show and came out on top.

Check this out:

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A worthy winner.


George Pavlou

George Pavlou

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