Britain's Got Talent 2017 contestants: The favourites after three weeks

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Ahead of tonight's latest round of Britain's Got Talent 2017 auditions, here's a run down of the biggest contenders.

So far we've had three rounds of auditions with more than 30 acts through to the next round.

Three lucky contestants have won golden buzzers - from Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon - securing themselves a spot in the live semi-finals.

As things stand, it's the singers who dominate as the favourites to win with St Patrick’s Junior Choir seeing their odds slashed this week.

The choir, made up of children aged 8 to 12, are now priced at 10/1 to win BGT after numerous hefty bets came rolling in on Thursday, bookies Boylesports reports.

Having went straight into the betting at 12/1 and now being priced at 10/1, St Patrick’s Junior Choir have joined young magician Issy Simpson, singer-songwriter Reuben Gray, girl group The Miss Treats and comedian Daliso Chaponda in the betting.

Missing People Choir remain priced as the 3/1 favourites with Simon’s Golden Buzzer act, Sarah Ikumu currently the 4/1 second favourite.

Aoife Heffron, Spokeswoman for BoyleSports commented “We have seen a lot of support coming in for St Patrick’s Junior Choir to win BGT, with a number of large bets being placed in the Co Down area. Due to the sheer volume of bets, our traders had no choice but to slash their price to win to 10/1 from 12/1.”

Britain's Got Talent 2017 contenders

Current odds ahead of Saturday's show

Missing People Choir 3/1
Sarah Ikumu 4/1
Just Us 8/1
Issy Simpson 10/1
Reuben Gray 10/1
The Miss Treats 10/1
Daliso Chaponda 10/1
St Patrick's Junior Choir 10/1
Gao Lin & Liu Xin 12/1
Josephine Lee 12/1

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