Auditions for Britain's Got Talent continued on Saturday night with the second episode of the series.
Contestants we met in the latest instalment included so-called "extreme tambourinist" Gonzo and fellow musician Guy First who treated the judges to a rather unique and extraordinary talent.
12-year-old Kerr James took to the stage to sing Try a Little Tenderness by Otis Redding, wowing the judges with his voice and getting four yeses.
Mysterious act X spooked Ant and Dec as he got them involved in a mind reading magic trick while Sheila Simmonds, from Woolloomooloo, Australia, performed a catchy ditty for the judges but failed to impress Simon Cowell.
Following the episode, Kojo's odds of winning cut to just 8/1 with bookies Ladbrokes. It's a price he now shares with fellow Golden Buzzer act Flakefleet Primary School Choir.
However, to date, no golden buzzer act has won the show - could that change this year?
Meanwhile singers Faith Tucker and Kerr James are next in the betting at 10/1 apiece.
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: "Kojo did enough to impress the judges [Saturday] night and we've got a funny feeling he could go all the way this year."
Britain's Got Talent 2019 odds
Kojo Anim - 8/1
Flakefleet Primary School Choir - 8/1
Faith Tucker - 10/1
Kerr James - 10/1
Jonathan Goodwin - 16/1
Vardanyan Brothers - 16/1
Elizabeth - 20/1
Siobhan Phillips - 20/1
Britain's Got Talent 2019 continues Saturday nights on ITV with the auditions.
The live semi-finals air later this year, with a £250,000 cash prize and a spot on the Royal Variety Performance up for grabs for the winner.
Alongside the main show, Stephen Mulhern hosts More Talent on ITV2 straight after each episode.