Published: Mon, December 04, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Darrell Mcdonald

Kevin Davy White finishes third, Grace and Rak-Su final two

Kevin Davy White finishes third, Grace and Rak-Su final two

But who are the boys who have won over the hearts of the nation during this year's show?

The X Factor 2017 victor has been revealed in tonight's final results.

The four-piece beat Grace Davies, 20, into second, becoming the first group to win since Little Mix in 2011 and the first boy band to win it.

@MollyNelhams tweeted: "Feeling really gutted and sad for kevin davy white, what a talent, sadly will be missed, love him".

It was then onto the duets, where Kevin Davy White performed with Tokio Myers on Fastlove, Pt 1 by George Michael before Grace Davies duetted with BRIT Award victor Paloma Faith on Grace's track Roots.

Grace sang original song "Roots" last night - in a duet with Paloma Faith.

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Rak-Su are the first X Factor victors to release a winner's song they'd written themselves.

After Saturday's songs, lines were frozen before Dermot O'Leary announced the third placed finalist.

By the end of the evening, it was decided that Kevin would not progress to Sunday, much to the disappointment of many viewers. This was followed by Rak-Su with their new song Touche which got a rousing reception from the audience at London's Excel Arena.

Following a number of guest performances from the likes of Sam Smith, Pink and Little Mix, the victor was crowned. We'll be assessing the action live right here, so do join us as we shout "TEAM RAK-SU (ALTHOUGH GRACE IS OK TOO AND TBH WE'RE TOO OLD AND JADED TO BE THAT BOTHERED)!" at the telly.

Are you happy with The X Factor 2017 results?

The X Factor UK Grand Final airs at 7:15 pm tonight on ITV.

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