Sydney dance troupe Justice Crew has won the 2010 Grand Final of Australia's Got Talent.
The diverse act wowed the crowd and judges with their energetic, hip-hop dancing and scooped up the $250,000 cash prize.
Their act combined dance and physical contortion moves which had impressed judges for the entire run of the season. Last week a pumped Brian McFadden had to stand on the chair to show his appreciation, while Kyle Sandilands had branded them the best dance act he had ever seen.
They beat singer-songwriter Cameron Henderson who was runner-up. Henderson outperformed his own son, Taylor Henderson, also a singer-songwriter, and hot favourite teenager Bobby Andonov who had been tipped to rival Justice Crew for the win.
Cameron Henderson, who performed an original composition, has landed a great opportunity, given the chance to sing the National Anthem at the AFL Grand Final in September.
Justice Crew, who had been giving free dance classes to youth in Sydney, were elated by their win.
"I can't believe it. I just want to say on behalf of us thank you for supporting us through everything," said group leader and former So You Think You Can Dance Australia contestant Emmanuel Rodriguez.
"Thank you Cameron, man, there's so much love in that song and that's what we're all about. Just go for your dreams, let go of negativity, keep it positive!"
The revamped show has been a success story for Seven this year, pulling a high 1.93 million viewers for the final, even beating MasterChef Australia.
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