Golden Buzzer act Calum Scott is the favourite to win Britain's Got Talent after the first auditions.
Although with only a handful of acts having so far gone in front of the panel it perhaps doesn't mean all that much right now.
On the other hand, over on The Voice this year we saw Stevie McCrorie installed as the favourite from the very first show and he went on to go all the way and win the series.
Calum is the early front runner on BGT this year at 5/1 when after he blew everyone away with his rendition of Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own” at the weekend
Welsh choir, Cor Glanaethawy are being backed at 10/1 while Marc Metral and his talking dog Wendy astonished everyone and are third in the betting at 14/1.
Next in the betting are brother and sister roller skating duo, Billy & Emily, at 20/1. Free runner, Matt McCreary, had everyone on the edge of his seat and is 25/1 to run straight to the final.
The Ruby Red Performers shocked everyone with their stripping act and are 50/1 to bring their undressing ways to the Royal Variety show.
Of the other acts who we saw the opening episode on Saturday, contortionist Magdalena Stoilova is priced at 66/1, with comb player Narinder Dhani the outsider at 100/1.
Aoife Heffron, PR Executive at BoyleSports, said: “Calum Scott was the stand out act of the night and is the first to get the Golden Buzzer from none other than Simon himself which makes him the obvious favourite to win at 5/1.”
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