Calum Scott remains the favourite to win Britain's Got Talent 2015 four weeks into the auditions.
The singer, who got Simon Cowell's golden buzzer in the first audition show of the series last month, stays as the favourite to win at 7/2 after Saturday's latest show.
Of the acts to go before the judges at the weekend, 12 year old Maia Gough has become the best backed and is in with a shot at the BGT title at 9/1.
Old Men Grooving surprised everyone with their slick moves and could go all the way at 16/1. The Neales, a father and son quartet gave a fantastic rendition of “When Will I Be Loved” and are ones to watch at 16/1.
The Disney inspired group, Misstasia went down a treat with the judges and can be backed at 33/1 to win alongside 15 year old contemporary dancer Jonathan Lutwyche.
Peter Lambert and his juggling, plate spinning ways were unexpectedly entertaining and can be backed at 50/1 to win.
Finally, Aaron Marshell gave a heavy mental rendition of the popular Frozen song ‘Let It Go’ that, although making Amanda cringe saw him go through, but at 250/1 he may not go much further.
Aoife Heffron at BoyleSports said: “Calum is continuing to head the betting as punters can’t seem to get enough of him at 7/2, however the competition is heating up and newcomer Maia Gough could give him a run for his money having been already cut into 9/1 from 14/1.”
Vote for your top act from this weekend's latest round of BGT auditions in our poll below...
Britain's Got Talent 2015 continues this Saturday night on ITV.
Browse pictures of the latest crop of Britain's Got Talent 2015 contestants below...