Rak-Su were lucky enough to duet with Wyclef Jean andNaughty Boy on their performance of their winner's single on their way to lifting the X Factor trophy.
Davy White, who was in Nicole Scherzinger's overs category, told Dermot O'Leary: "Thank you the United Kingdom for believing in me to put me on that stage".
It just wouldn't be X-Factor final weekend without a few folk claiming there's some kind of set-up to help one of the acts win, would it?
Davies performed alongside Paloma Faith and also offered her own take on Live And Let Die, while Rak-Su took on two of their own tracks, Mamacita and Dimelo.
And it was Rak-Su who won The X Factor 2017 this evening, beating Grace into second place.
@MollyNelhams tweeted: "Feeling really gutted and sad for kevin davy white, what a talent, sadly will be missed, love him". With the fewest votes at the freeze, Kevin Davy White bowed out of the competition in third place.
On Sunday, the final continued with four more performances. This was followed by Rak-Su with their new song Touche which got a rousing reception from the audience at London's Excel Arena.
Sunday night's programme includes guest performances from A-listers such as Sam Smith and Little Mix, who won the X Factor themselves in 2011. We'll be assessing the action live right here, so do join us as we shout "TEAM RAK-SU (ALTHOUGH GRACE IS OK TOO AND TBH WE'RE TOO OLD AND JADED TO BE THAT BOTHERED)!" at the telly.
Host Dermot returned to close the vote for good before revealing the final result.
The X Factor will be back next year on ITV.