Mo Adeniran wins The Voice UK

ICONINSIDER — Mo Adeniran has won ‘The Voice UK’.
The talented singer – who was mentored by Jennifer Hudson – beat off strong competition from Jamie Miller and Into The Ark, to be crowned the winner on Sunday’s (02.04.17) final of the ITV show.
He said: “Thank you everyone at home, just want to say thank you to Jennifer and all the coaches.
“An amazing thank you to the most phenomenal person I have ever met, thank you Jennifer.”
Mo, 21, impressed the judges and the viewing public with his renditions of ‘Iron Sky’ by Paolo Nutini AND ‘Unsteady’ by X Ambassadors, in the final.
Mo has won a life-changing record deal with Polydor Records and the company immediately took to Twitter to congratulate him.
Polydor tweeted: “CONGRATS TO @imjustcalledmo FOR WINNING THE VOICE UK!
“We’ll be seeing you soon (sic).”
Speaking previously about her acts, Jennifer admitted she had a favourite but did not say who, although she revealed Mo was “easy to work with”.
She said: “I have one steady favourite and the others I see in a different light every week. Mo is really shy and easy to work with. You have to remind him it’s a competition sometimes, he’s so nice.”
Meanwhile, during the final, host Emma Willis was forced to apologise after coach Sir Tom Jones said “f**k me” live on air.
She said: “There may have been a little swear word that popped out then through excitement – apologies to anybody if they were offended.”
And just minutes later, the stage was invaded by a fan, who waved a placard as he ran across the stage.
However, he was quickly removed by security guards.

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