The group of hip-hop-loving Irish dancers were announced by host Davina McCall as having topped the public vote in tonight's (March 4) London Olympia show.
Prodijig were awarded a £250,000 prize after facing off against Tayluer and Elliott and Fear Of The Unknown in a final showdown earlier in the programme.
They reprised their semi-final dance in a last attempt to impress viewers, the 6,000 strong crowd and the panel of Ashley Banjo, Kimberly Wyatt and Adam Garcia.
Banjo said of the group's final performance: "That was disgustingly good. Look what you did to the 6,000 strong audience here tonight, everyone was on their feet. Incredible."
Wyatt added: "You're world class, you're absolutely phenomenal. That was outstanding. You're on another level. You are so crowd-pleasing, it's just brilliant."
On their win, Prodijig said: "We are over the moon. When Davina called out Prodijig's name - we've never been so proud in our entire life. Thanks to all our friends and family, to everyone everywhere in the UK and Ireland that voted. We all can't wait to go home and see our families."
Antics, Boadicea, Kazzum, Sweet Surprise, Methods Of Movement, A Team and Unity UK also competed in the Got to Dance final.
Previous series of Got to Dance were won by young duo Chris and Wes and Akai Osei.
> Got to Dance judges: 'It's £250,000 up for grabs' - video
Watch Prodijig perform in tonight's Got to Dance final below: