Sydney based hip hop dance troupe Justice Crew have won Australia’s Got Talent 2010.
The group pushed singer songwriter Cameron Henderson into second place when they scooped the £250,000 prize and the nine members admitted that they were inspired by Britain’s Got talent 2009 winners Diversity.
It was an eventful final, in which pregnant judge Dannii Minogue couldn’t stop crying after Cameron Henderson overtook his son Tyler, who finished in third place. The father and son originally entered the competition as a duet but were separated by the judges early in the season. Cameron has already been offered the chance to sing the National Anthem at the AFL Grand Final and we think that the gorgeous Tyler will have a big career ahead of him too.
Henderson Snr described the bittersweet situation as “very emotional”.
He told his local newspaper The Geelong Advertiser:
“First of all with my son being voted off the show … it was something that was very hard to deal with and then being asked to sing and sing a song about my kids was another emotional thing.”
“There is a small bit of disappointment but I can honestly say we were just so amazed that we got to the stage we did.
“He [Taylor] has just handled himself so well. He was 16 when he started this competition and every time I see him on TV and say that’s my boy.” Taylor was also overcome with emotion.
AGT has proved to be a huge ratings winner for TV network Seven, and no doubt the judges Kyle Sandilands, Brian McFadden and Dannii Minogue are thrilled that it has already been renewed for 2011.
Watch Justice Crew’s winning routine below.