Here are the latest Britain’s Got Talent 2019 favourites after three rounds of auditions.
Last Saturday’s Britain’s Got Talent saw Akshat Singh receive the golden buzzer from Ant and Dec after his brilliant dance routine. The 13-year old from Mumbai received a standing ovation after his performance.
Before the judges were able to decide whether Akshat should go through to the next round, Ant and Dec ran towards the judging panel and pressed the golden buzzer, guaranteeing him a place in the live semi-finals with bookmakers BoyleSports making him a 14/1 shot.
Flakefeet Primary School Choir remain the favourites and they have shortened from 7/1 into 5/1 after their golden buzzer act in episode one.
Second in the betting is 18-year old opera singer Faith Tucker at 7/1, slashed from 12/1. In her first audition the sixth former sang ‘Granada’, a 1932 song by Mexican composer Agustín Lara which has been famously performed by José Carreras, Luciano Pavarotti and Frank Sinatra.
Irish man Brian Gilligan sailed through his audition with a cover of I’ll Never Love Again from the hit movie, A Star Is Born. The Dubliner has been introduced to our market at 8/1 and is the third favourite.
Jonathan Goodwin performed a controversial and daring act in episode two as he set himself on fire. The expert escapologist was strapped into a straitjacket by members of the production team and then appeared to have petrol poured over him. BoyleSports have made Jonathan 10/1 from 12/1.
Other acts this weekend included The Gomonov Knife Show who shocked with their dangerous audition. There was horror on Britain’s Got Talent on Saturday, as the judges including Amanda Holden were left fearing for an act’s life. BoyleSports make the due of Andrei Gomonov and his assistant Daria Sheremet 33/1.
Britain’s Got Talent continues with episode four on Saturday night on ITV.
Sarah Kinsella Spokesperson for BoyleSports said: “There is still solid support for Flakefeet Primary School Choir with BoyleSports reducing their odds from 7/1 into 5/1. Faith Tucker stunned the audience with her operatic voice with her odds being cut from 12/1 into 7/1 with the punters latching on.
“There are a wide variety of acts with more to look forward to this Saturday, with further movement in the book expected”.
Britain’s Got Talent 2019 odds
5/1 Flakefeet Primary School Choir
7/1 Faith Tucker
8/1 Brian Gilligan
10/1 Jonathan Goodwin
10/1 Kerr James
10/1 Kojo Anim
12/1 Vardanyan Brothers
14/1 Akshat Singh