Published: Mon, December 04, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Boy band Rak-Su win X Factor 2017

Boy band Rak-Su win X Factor 2017

Singer Grace Davies sung with BRIT Award victor Paloma Faith, performing Grace's original song, Roots.

The Watford-based group beat Grace Davies in the final of the ITV singing competition - the first boy band to win the show since it started in 2004.

On Friday Chancellor Philip Hammond announced any Value-Added Tax collected on the winner's song will go to charity for the seventh year in succession.

Rak Su celebrated their win with their mentor Simon Cowell, who looked thrilled at winning yet another series. According to overnight figures for Saturday's final show, The X Factor pulled in an average of just 4.4 million views, compared to Strictly's 9.9 million. On Saturday, One Direction's Louis Tomlinson performed new single Miss You, while LA boyband PrettyMuch performed their debut single No More live for the very first time.

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"I also have to say something else".

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".

Jamaal said: "I just want to thank everyone at home, everyone here, all my friends and family who made this special, I'm speechless".

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Simon Cowell, who created the show with his production company Syco TV back in 2004, donated £250,000 to Together for Short Lives and Shooting Star Chase.

Simon also said he'll donate the proceeds from the winner's single, which were revealed last night.

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

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