Britain's Got Talent 2015: No potential winners from latest auditions

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There's unlikely to be a winner in the latest crop of Britain's Got Talent 2015 contestants.

A total of seven acts made it through in last night's Britain's Got Talent auditions but none of have made that much impact in the betting.

12-year-old singer Maia Gougg is the most backed of the latest auditionees although at 10/1 she's far from rivalling the current favourites to win.

Old Men Grooving may have had us all laughing but with the surprise element of their performance now gone, the group are given odds of 20/1.

Then dancer Jonathan Lutwyche is at 25/1, alongside family vocal group The Neales.

Princes pop group Misstasia are a very long shot at 40/1 but it's not as long as Aaron 'The Disney Destroyer Marshall's chances, given huge odds of 200/1 at winning.

Remaining at the top of the betting as things stand is Calum Scott. The singer was given the golden buzzer by Simon Cowell in the first audition show of the series and has been the favorite ever since.

Others tipped to do well include Calum's fellow golden buzzer act Revelation Avenue Singers and Welsh choir Cor Glanaethwy.

But with still a few weeks of auditions left to go it could all change come the live semi-finals at the end of the month.

Who was your favourite act this week? Vote for your top act from the weekend's latest round of BGT auditions in our poll below...

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Browse pictures of last weekend's Britain's Got Talent 2015 contestants below...

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