Here’s a look at the latest odds for tonight’s Britain’s Got Talent 2019.
Colin Thackery is the current favourite to win in this evening’s live show.
After thousands of entrants, just eleven acts remain in the final of Britain’s Got Talent this Sunday with singing pensioner Colin still dominating the market as the 4/6 favourite, cut from 4/5.
There is a comedian, some singers, a man and his dog, a magician, a daredevil and many more but who will emerge as the winner and go home with a life-changing amount of £250,000 and a spot at the Royal Variety Performance?
Bookmakers BoyleSports have seen plenty of support for Flakefleet Primary School Choir after their performance earned them the golden buzzer in their first audition.
After weeks of auditions, it was Colin Thackery who took over from Flakefleet and he has been cut again into 4/6 from 4/5, but the 89-year old singer was available at 16/1 prior to him semi-final victory.
Mystery mentalist magic act ‘X’ won the semi-final on Friday night earning the most public votes with their price taking a massive jump into 6/1 from 28/1. The anonymous magician terrified with their act, which saw them use digital technology and social media to mystify the judges and the audience.
Jonathan Goodwin finished in second place on Friday night’s show and he secured his spot in the finale after a deadlock on the judging panel. He faced crossbow bolts while wearing a blindfold, dodging missiles and blocking one with a picture of David Walliams. Goodwin has drifted out to 12/1 from 4/1 with a dangerous act planned for the final.
Young dancers Libby and Charlie lost out in the deadlock to Goodwin, but the judges gave them a second chance and awarded them the wildcard.
The talented duo were brought back into the semi-finals at the last minute to step in for magical stuntmen The Brotherhood, who dropped out of the competition over health and safety concerns for their act with BoyleSports making the dancers a 33/1 chance.
Sarah Kinsella, spokesperson for BoyleSports said: “This year’s final of Britain’s Got Talent seems wide open with eleven tremendous acts to look forward to on Sunday evening.
“The public make Colin Thackery the strong favourite at 4/6, cut from 4/5 with magic act ‘X’ the new second favourites into 6/1 from 28/1 joint with Dave & Finn who have drifted from 5/1”.
Britain’s Got Talent 2019 odds
4/6 Colin Thackery
6/1 Dave & Finn
9/1 Ben Hart
12/1 Jonathan Goodwin
16/1 Flakefleet Primary School
22/1 Kojo Anim
28/1 Mark McMullan
33/1 Libby & Charlie
50/1 Siobhan Phillips
Britain’s Got Talent Live Final airs 7.30pm Sunday on ITV. Britain’s Got More Talent follows on ITV2