Britain's Got Talent 2019: Chapter 13 are the new favourites to win

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Boy band Chapter 13 have become the brand new favourites to win Britain’s Got Talent 2019.

The group are made up of 14-year-old Jacob, 15-year-old Noah, 15-year-old Tom and 15-year-old Jake and got Amanda Holden’s golden buzzer on Saturday.

Amanda said: “I think you are absolutely incredible and now you’ve just got to win the whole show.”

As things stand, the group – who met while appearing in School Of Rock The Musical – are on course to do just that.

Chapter 13 leapt to the head of the Britain’s Got Talent betting since Saturday at 6-1 with Star Sports, after a scintillating performance earned them a standing ovation from the judges and a Golden Buzzer from Amanda Holden, which gives them a bye to the Live shows.

Former favourites, Dave and Finn are 7-1, with David Walliams’ golden buzzer Flakefleet School Choir at 8-1.

It was however, Chelsea pensioner Colin Thackery, that stole the show. The 88 year old paid tribute to his deceased wife with a lovely singing performance, and his odds are now 25-1 to win outright.

“Once again we’ve seen another top quality audition, but it was definitely the youngest and oldest acts that won the public over,” said Star spokesman, Gary Burton. “Both were heavily backed to win, with the new kids on the block now the hot favourites!”

Star bet Evens a singer wins the latest series, 5-1 a comedian, 6-1 animal and dance acts, 7-1 magic act and 9-1 acrobats.

It’s 2-1 a golden buzzer act to win.

Current Britain’s Got Talent 2019 odds

Winning Act

6-1 Chapter 13
7-1 Dave and Finn
8-1 Flakefleet Primary School Choir
9-1 Mark McMullan
12-1 Ben Hart, Jonathan Goodwin

14-1 Giorgia Borg
16-1 Dust In The Wind
20-1 Faith Tucker, Kojo Anim, Siobhan Phillips,
25-1 Brian Gilligan, Iconic, Matt Stirling, X,
28-1 bar

Britain’s Got Talent 2019 continues Saturday nights on ITV with its latest auditions.

The live semi-finals will start at the end of the month as acts compete for a prize of £250,000 and a spot on the Royal Variety Performance.

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