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The guy playing the saxophone should have won it. If I gave a toss I would have voted for him.
I'm also happy that the Welsh kid didn't win. And Susan Boyle didn't win. And, actually, the saxophone guy. Sure, he was talented, but he just bummed me out whenever I heard him speak - stop whinging about how you lose at everything, and cheer up. You've got a beautiful family, and a job, and you're now famous. Your life could be a lot worse.
But a big cheer to the winners. It really is a shame that they physically couldn't do more than a couple of routines at a time...I could quite easily sit and watch them for hours!
Obviously we're just fed what the producers want us to see, but I was really impressed with how it appeared the group worked together - I'm sure you can't get that in-time with each other without a lot of practice, and dedication, and all that jazz. It was just like watching a big family, who all get on with each other all the time!
But, then again, it could all be an ITV publicity stunt for ratings...
Our family was mixed and basically it was because of what each person considered entertainment. Some loved the singing, some loved the dancing, we all loved Stavros Flatley :)