Calum Scott is still the favourite to win after the third set of Britain's Got Talent 2015 auditions.
Amanda Holden picked her golden buzzer at the weekend with the Revelation Avenue Choir going straight through to the live shows.
They are Calum's nearest rivals as they find themselves new second favourites to win at 5/1 whilst Calum hangs on to the top spot for another week at 7/2.
Dance troupe IMD Legion are the second dance crew to get through and like Boyband have also come from Got To Dance, however unlike Boyband (7/1) IMD Legion are further down the betting at 16/1 to win.
15-year-old singer Isaac Waddington impressed with his rendition of Billy Joel's ‘She's Always A Woman’ and can be backed at 20/1.
Lisa Sampson had everyone in a spin with her hula hooping ways and is a 66/1 shot to win while Princess the Hypnodog and her assistant Krystyna Lennon failed to work their charms on Simon, but had Ant, Dec and the audience under their spell.
Although at 80/1 they may need to up their charms if they want to win. Paul Manners made it through to the next stage and is bottom of the betting at 150/1 to win with his original song.
Aoife Heffron from Boylesports said: “Calum Scott continues to be heavily backed and is going to be hard to shift from the top of the betting.”
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