Attraction Win Britain's Got Talent Final
Hungarian dance troupe triumphs in grand finale of ITV show...
Hungarian dance troupe Britain's Got Talent.
The eight-member act saw off stiff competition in the form of Jack Carroll and Richard and Adam - who finished in second and third place respectively in the ITV show.
They will get a £250k prize plus a spot on the bill at the Royal Variety Performance later this year.
Their act on final night told the story of Britain from the declaration of World War Two to the 2012 Olympics last year - with highlights including the rendering of Winston Churchill's head and a map of the nation in shadow form.
And the judges had praised them effusively for their tribute to the UK - with Alesha Dixon capping off the verdicts by calling them "epic".
One of the group's members said: "It's amazing and unbelievable. This is my proudest moment. Thank you very much. Thank you the British public, thank you."
The show was disrupted by a member of the backing orchestra hurling eggs at the judges, one of which hit Simon Cowell on the jacket.
A spokesperson said: "During tonight's show an incident took place during the finale of Richard and Adam's performance.
"Natalie Holt (age 30) was part of the backing group for their performance and as a result of her misguided actions the police were called. However, we have decided to take no further action at this stage."