Britain's Got Talent 2015: Emma Jones may rival Calum Scott as favourite to win


Britain's Got Talent singer Emma Jones may be the one to rival Calum Scott as the favourite to win.

Opera singer Emma was the main act of Saturday’s night audition show and after capturing everyone with her vocals she is one to watch at 13/2 to win.

The Sakyi Five are a band of brothers that won audiences heart with their secret weapon, youngest brother Emmanuel. After a shaky start the brothers made it through with four yeses and can be backed at 20/1. Kingdom Tenors are a 12 piece group that brought some eye candy and hair raising vocals, at 25/1 they may not do as well as last year’s winners Calabro.

Impressionist Danny Posthall had everyone in stitches but is on offer at 28/1 to win with the comic genre arguably BGT's toughest to triumph in.

Finally, David Walliams’ golden buzzer act was finally revealed as piano teacher Lorraine Bowen, who is a massive longshot to win at 250/1.

Aoife Heffron from Boylesports said: “Emma Jones is attracting the most attention from punters out of the newcomers to the betting.

"She went straight into the betting at 13/2, but should the support continue she could prove to be a real threat to favourite Calum Scott.”

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The Britain's Got Talent auditions conclude next weekend on ITV.

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