The Britain's Got Talent 2013 winner is most likely to be another singer, bookies reckon.
So far the BGT 2013 judges - Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden - have visited London, Cardiff, Glasgow and Cardiff for auditions.
There's just Birmingham left to go and it looks like this year's series will be dominated by singers.
Bet Victor make a singing act the favourite to be crowned this year's BGT winner with odds of 5/4.
Another dancing group is a 2/1 bet while the the first ever magician winning is favoured at 6/1.
It seems punters don't reckon that another animal act will triumph after Ashley and Pudsey last year, but a stand up comic is more preferred at 10/1.
Some of the more bizarre bets include a Golf-Trickologist at odds of 40/1, a Football Keepy-Uppy-Keepy-Upper at 50/1 or a Flatulist at 66/1.
The BGT judges previously defended the show against claims there were too many singers at the auditions.
"I think naturally a lot people are going to sing because they want to sing in front of Simon," Alesha Dixon told us last month.
Speaking to us at the launch of this year's BGT auditions in London in January, Alesha added: "I'm happy with the variety we've seen so far.
"It's really exciting, I think we're coming off the back of the best year Britain has ever had... I think it's been a great variety, I've seen a ventriloquist act I really liked."
And fellow judge Amanda Holden agreed, although she's had enough of dreary ballads about broken hearts.
She said: "I don't mind singers, but not ones who have been dumped, so come and sing if you're happily married or in a relationship!"
The West End star added: “We’ve had Aerialists, Rollerskaters, we’ve had load of variety”
Watch our recent chat with Alesha below...