Natalie Anderson has been crowned winner of ITV’s celebrity singing show Your Face Sounds Familiar, after once again impressing audiences with her performances in the final.
The Emmerdale actress had already won three of the previous heats in the series – which saw six celebrities impersonating pop stars chosen for them at random.
And this time around it was her performances as Jessie J and Mariah Carey which impressed voters, as each of the four finalists impersonated a random singer and one of their choice.
As a result Natalie pocketed £50,000 for her chosen charity Bliss – which helps the families of premature babies.
She had already raised £30,000 with her winning performances in previous weeks, as Britney Spears, Kate Bush and Bonnie Tyler.
Cheryl Fergison, Alexander Armstrong and Matt Johnson also made it to Saturday’s final, based upon their performances earlier in the series.
While Cheryl and Matt impressed as Cher and Bruce Springsteen, it was Alexander’s scarily accurate impersonation of Susan Boyle which really attracted viewer attention.
“Alexander Armstrong as Susan Boyle, an uncanny likeness!” said one person on Twitter, although another wasn’t so sure, adding: “Alexander Armstrong playing Subo is just wrong really really wrong.”
Saturday’s show also saw Cheryl impersonate Adele, Matt take on Robbie Williams and Alexander perform as Frank Sinatra – while previous contestants Bobby Davro and Denise Lewis gave a special performance as George Michael and Mary J Blige.