A talented Pianist, Tokio Myers, astonished at Britain's Got Talent 2017

Updated On 04 Jun, 2017 Published On

The 32-year-old pianist, Tokio Myers, won the Britain's Got Talent 2017, with his incredible piano skills.

The piano playing superstar has bagged £250,000 in prize money and will be playing for The Royal Family at the Variety Performance.

Britain's Got Talent winner Tokio MyersBritain's Got Talent winner Tokio Myers

The pianist stunned the audience and judges with his ecleticperformance in the grand final, which also included drumming and spanned various styles of music.

On his magnificient performance,the judeges were unanimous in their praise for him, and visiting former act Diversity added their support, calling him "the most talented person ever to have been on the show."

Following his win, judge Simon Cowell said: "As a talent, as a person, Tokio right now, this was the most important thing for him, I'm thrilled for him."

Amanda Holden said: "This feels as cool as when Diversity won."

The London-based musician beat eight-year-old magician Issy Simpson and comedian Daliso Chaponda to become the winner of ITV talent show.

When his name was announced by hosts Ant and Dec, he fell to the ground with shock. Runner-up Issy Simpson was gracious in defeat and thanked the judges for bringing her into the show.

Watch Video: Tokio Myers Stuns With Magical Music Performance - FINAL - Britain´s Got Talent 2017

The 32-year-old pianist, Tokio, has previously supported Kanye West and Amy Winehouse.