Boy band Rak-Su beat Grace Davies to win X Factor 2017

Boy band Rak-Su beat Grace Davies to win X Factor 2017

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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.

Rak Su celebrated their win with their mentor Simon Cowell, who looked thrilled at winning yet another series. Seven of the X Factor's previous 13 winners have secured it - Ben Haenow's Something I Need was the most recent, back in 2014. No results yet but the grand victor will be revealed at the end of the Live Final tonight, Sunday, December 3, 2017.

One of the highlights of this year have been the incredible original songs performed on the show taking the iTunes charts by storm.

X Factor judge Cowell also praised runner-up Grace Davies, describing her as "really an outstanding, outstanding artist". This doesn't get paid for for nothing.

Davy White, who was in Nicole Scherzinger's overs category, told Dermot O'Leary: "Thank you the United Kingdom for believing in me to put me on that stage".

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Rak-Su thanked viewers and their families for making it such a special experience.

Kevin Davy White came in third place, and was taken out of the competition last night.

Their single will be released in time to challenge for the Christmas number one spot, where all proceeds for the track will be donated to children's hospice charities.

"This is what we're gonna try and do this weekend, we're gonna try and raise a million pounds for this charity".

"I learned so much, I've grown up and I can't wait to show you what I can do". You can go to the website, donate whatever you can.

"You wrote your own song, and not many people do that".

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