Jon Courtenay’s win on Britain’s Got Talent makes history for Ant and Dec


Jon Courtenay’s victory on Britain’s Got Talent marked the history of the show and its hosts Ant and Dec. The Northern singer triumphed in Saturday night’s finale after seeing choir Sign Along With Us and variety act Steve Royle in the audience vote.

Jon put the judges on their feet with a hilarious and heartwarming final routine that addressed the many hardships we’ve faced in 2020, ending with a line about Britain ‘going on’ after everything. what this year has launched for us,

The 47-year-old was stunned as Ant and Dec called him the winner, panting “you’re not going to make me talk are you ?!” But the Geordie duo had a lot to say about their victory.

Jon was their Golden Buzzer number and the very first Golden Buzzer to win BGT in 13 years. The pair of presenters hit the air by revealing this fact with Judge Amanda Holden heard shouting “well done boys! ”

After the credits of the finale, which was criticized by some viewers, Ant and Dec tweeted: “Congratulations to @joncourtenay the winner of @BGT 2020 and our golden buzzer. “

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Their message elicited a strong reaction from their many followers. One of them replied, “What a brilliant end to the series – such a fitting and worthy winner !!! And well done to both of you – it is high time for one of your golden buzzers to win, and also for your 30th birthday !! “And another reacted:” Congratulations to @joncourtenay a well-deserved winner.

“I can’t believe this is the first time a Gold Buzzer has won BGT and it was @antanddec who has. Simon is going to be so mad with jealousy. Howay guys! “


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