Oh, what a night!

Bolton’s Got Talent was held on Friday evening, hosted by none other than comedy legend Peter Kay.

Hundreds of people enjoyed a night of dazzling entertainment, as eight talented amateur acts performed in front of hundreds of guests at the Macron Stadium.

Dancer Jaiden Sayer – dubbed Westhoughton’s Billy Elliot - was crowned winner of the event.

The 13-year-old wowed the judges – Peter Kay, The Bolton News editor Ian Savage and Bolton Hospice chief executive Leigh Vallance - with his stunning dance routine to Michael Bublé’s Cry Me A River.

In second place was Theatre Works, who won £500 for their entertaining routine which saw 35 six to 17-year-olds perform to a Madness medley.

The fantastic evening raised thousands of pounds for Bolton Hospice.

Third place went to singer Rachael Green, who won £100 – as did the rest of the performers.

All the acts, drama and laughter from Bolton's Got Talent hosted by Peter Kay at the Macron Stadium

Singer Carla Rutherford was named fourth place and pianist James-Ryan Stevenson came fifth.

The other fantastic acts on the night were Cottontown Chorus, accordion-playing comedienne Sarah Louise Keegan and impressionist Antony Booth.

See The Bolton News on Monday for more coverage of Bolton's Got Talent