Leona Lewis has beaten Ray Quinn to be crowned the winner of X Factor.
Leona is the first woman to win the TV talent show and her prize is a £1m recording contract.
After the winner was announced the tearful 21-year-old from London said: "I am speechless. You have all made my dream come true."
Leona beat thousands of other hopefuls to take the title. She will now release her own version of Kelly Clarkson's hit A Moment Like This.
During the final, Leona was joined on stage by the band Take That to perform their song A Million Love Songs.
And Ray got to sing That's Life with Westlife.
Once the result of the vote was announced, 18-year-old Ray was quick to congratulate Leona. He said: "I am so happy for Leona. She has done amazing and she is the first girl to win the X Factor."
And Simon Cowell, who had championed Leona throughout the contest, told the singer he was "proudest person in the world".