With only two audition shows to go, 12-year-old singer Ronan Park and Romanian dancer Razy Gogonea are the current favourites to win Britain's Got Talent 2011. Others in the running include singer Michael Collings and 11-year-old dancer James Hobley - who impressed the panel on Saturday night.
Young Ronan - who comes from Poringland in Norwich - is currently the 3/1 favourite after belting out Feeling Good during his audition on the show.
Michael McIntyre told the 12 year-old: “You said you took a day off school, I wouldn’t bother going back. You're a little star.”
Despite the great comments, Ronan admitted to be scared during his audition, saying: “I was really nervous but happy I’d got to that stage. Excitement then took over my nerves. When I looked at the audience I didn’t realise how many people there would be and that was a bit scary.”
Guest judge for his audition Louis Walsh said: “Ronan, I’m going to predict really big things for you.” He added: “Ronan Parke - remember that name. This kid is going to be a star.”
Meanwhile dancer Razy Gogonea said the first thing he'll do if he wins is buy a "proper" engagement ring for his finance. “It’s upsetting not to be able to afford one,” he said.
“If I won BGT the first thing I’d do is buy one. I’ve got my eye on a couple already. She deserves the best and I’ll do my best for her. We’re hoping to get married this year.”
Acts who impressed on last weekend's show include 11-year-old James Hobley whose battle with Autism and incredible dancing skills had the panel in tears. James is currently the fourth favourite at 5/1, behind dancer Michael Moral who is at 4/1.