Beau Dermott remains the favourite to win Britain's Got Talent 2016 after Saturday's latest show.
It was the second week of Britain’s Got Talent auditions that saw a host of talent and another golden buzzer act. However it is Amanda Holden’s Golden Buzzer act Beau Dermott from week one who holds onto favouritism at 3/1.
Another Kind of Blue - who have been dubbed 'this year's Attraction' were the stand out audition of week two as their graphic dance routine saw audience’s hearts soar. They are hot on Beau’s heels for the BGT title after going into the betting as the 9/2 second favourites.
This week’s golden buzzer came from Alesha Dixon when 100 Voices of Gospel moved her to send them straight to the live shows. The vast choir is third in line for the title at 7/1.
Another impressive newcomer was Richard Jones, a mind reading magician from the army, who can be backed at 9/1 to win.
Jack Higgins got everyone on the feet after the 14-year-old’s emotional ballet routine, which saw him entered into the betting at 16/1.
Despite making it through to the next round outsiders from the latest auditions include singer Wayne Woodward (33/1), acrobatic act Katy and Paul (50/1), Polish dance crew Fair Play Crew (66/1), one man band act Bill Brookman and juggler Roberto, who are both 100/1 shots.
Aoife Heffron from bookies BoyleSports commented: “Beau Dermott continues to hold onto the head of the betting, but another Kind of Blue have the feel of 2013 winners Attraction and have quickly picked up support from punters which saw them backed in from their opening price of 8/1 to their current price of 9/2.”
She added: “Simon and Alesha may have fought to hit the Golden Buzzer for 100 Voices of Gospel, but they are currently third in the betting to win at 7/1, a price that leaves them open to be surpassed when the week three newcomers enter the betting.”
Britain's Got Talent 2016 continues Saturday nights on ITV.