Dancing Joseph Hall has been tipped to take this year’s Britain’s Got Talent wildcard spot.
The youngster has been installed by Ladbrokes as the favourite to win the wildcard vote in Britain’s Got Talent.
As the show’s semi-finals come to a climax on Saturday night attention now turns towards which act could claim the elusive wildcard place in the final, and it’s dancer Joseph who the firm are predicting will make it as the hot 11/10 favourite.
Bosses confirmed at the start of the week that this year would again see one act given a second chance by getting a spot in the final on June 8.
However it’s still no clear whether or not it’ll be the judges or us viewers who will decide which eliminated act will be returning.
Youth Creation are given odds of 7/2 to occupy the wildcard slot by the bookies, or there’s 5/1 on offer for Alice Fredenham to perform in front of the judges again and rectify her mistakes.
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “Joseph narrowly missed out midweek but we’re confident he won’t be as unlucky second time round.”
Or perhaps the wild card will come from tonight’s line up, as the last nine acts – Aliki Chrysochou, Attraction, CEO Dancers, Duelling Pianos, Glambasadors, Jordan O’Keefe, Maarty Broekman, Steve Hewlett and The Voices of Incognito – compete in the final heat.
The semi finals conclude tonight on ITV from 7PM.