Calum Scott remains the Britain's Got Talent 2015 favourite after the weekend's second show.
There was an amalgamation of acts on Saturday's episode but none of them have managed to knock favourite Simon Cowell's golden buzzer singer Calum of his perch at the top of the betting.
In fact, Calum has shortened even further to win the show and is now priced at 7/2 form 5/1 following more support.
Standout act of the weekend Boyband won the second golden buzzer of the series after impressing Ant and Dec as well as the judges, leaving them as Calum’s closest rivals at 7/1 and ones to watch having made the finals of Got To Dance last year.
Magician Jamie Raven made everyone, even Simon, believe in magic with his tricks and goes into the betting at 10/1 while young singer is 12/1 to win, with mum of five Becky O’Brien at 14/1 after her rendition of ‘Somewhere Over The Raindow’.
At the other end of the scale and after scraping through to the next stage with three yeses, Jeffrey Drayton and his puppet Chantel are on offer at 100/1 to be a shock winning act.
Aoife Heffron from BoyleSports said: “It’s the Golden Buzzer acts who are topping the betting. Calum Scott is holding onto the top spot and has shortened into 7/2 from 5/1 as he continues to be backed and is becoming a big liability for BoyleSports already.”
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