by Renee Israel
It can't be said that the results were unexpected, but it was still great to see one of the UK's most talented gymnastic acts, Spellbound, take the Britain's Got Talent title this weekend.
Since the first time they performed, Spellbound have been favourites at bookie sites to win the competition that is judged by Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan.
Despite the tough competition, Spellbound only had their odds moved slightly for the entire duration of the show.
Other favourites were Ashley Glazebrook and Glen Murphy, aka Twist and Pulse who came second place in the competition.
During the finals, where they were first to go on stage, Morgan said: "Sometimes people it's a disaster to go first - you have set the bar tonight for people to follow. It was fantastic. Really good."
Third place went to another favourite, Kieran Gaffney, who showed off his incredible drumming talents.
"You are a showman," said Cowell to the boy. "What I love about you is that you've got real passion and enthusiasm and I absolutely really, really, like you."
Spellbound remained the favourites to win the competition ahead of the final but were more than thrilled when speculations became a reality at the weekend.
The group won £100,000 and the chance to perform for the Queen at the Royal Variety Performance.
Spellbound said that their ultimate aim is to take part in the 2012 London Olympics.