As we head into the final week of Britain's Got Talent 2016 auditions, singers are dominating.
However it's unique dance act Another Kind of Blue who currently remain the front runners at 7/2.
Magician Richard Jones appears to be the only hope of seeing a non-singing or dancing act win, currently placed at odds of 6/1.
Surrounding him in the betting are LOTS of singers, with most recent additions Ana and Fia amongst the favourites to win Britain's Got Talent this year with Ladbrokes.
The mother and daughter act have stormed towards the top of the betting and the bookies rate them as a 10/1 chance to perform in front of Her Majesty later on this year.
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "And and Fia certainly told punters they're serious contenders for glory and if the money continues to pour in it won't be long before the odds are cut."
Ahead of them - and behind Another Kind Of Blue - are golden buzzers Jasmine Elcock (5/1) and Beau Dermott (6/1).
Welsh cleaner Kathleen Jenkins is at 14/1 while Rachael Wooding is also given the same odds after her powerful audition earlier this month.
Simon Cowell's golden buzzer, dancing Stormtroopers Boogie Storm, are given a 16/1 shot.
However we've still got a final few acts to see when the last of the auditions air this Saturday night, could bosses have kept the best 'till last?
Plus, we still don't know who will actually make the live shows.
While the golden buzzer acts have their places guaranteed, everyone else will have to wait until this Saturday evening to find out if they've been chosen by the judges to make it into the semi-finals.
Britain's Got Talent continues this weekend on Saturday with the last of the auditions and semi-finalists reveal while the live shows begin straight away on Sunday evening.
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