Here's the latest Britain's Got Talent 2018 odds ahead of tonight's live final results.
In a shock turn of events, Lost Voice Guy has taken back over the betting as the Britain’s Got Talent favourite, just hours before the live final gets underway.
Lost Voice Guy, aka Lee Ridley, who lost his voice as a result of cerebral palsy, took over the betting as the 6/4 favourite following his semi-final win on Monday night. As more hopefuls booked their place in the final punters began to turn their backs on the comedian, resulting in his odds drifting out to 15/8.
Just hours before the final a burst of fresh support for Lost Voice Guy forced BoyleSports to reshuffle the odds and he emerged as the 11/8 favourite to win.
Fellow comedian Robert White was sitting comfortably at the head of the betting at 7/4 on Sunday morning but is now third in line for the title at 7/2.
B-Positive Choir were revealed as the wildcard act, however they are longshots to win at 50/1.
Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for BoyleSports commented “Mere hours before Lost Voice Guy and the rest of the Britain’s Got Talent finalists take to the stage and make their bids for the title, punters have reignited their love for the comedian and backed him into 11/8 from 15/8 seeing him back as the favourite to win having lost out on the spot to Robert White.”
She added “Robert White’s odds have been pushed right out to 7/2 from 7/4 which doesn’t bode well for the West Sussex comedian.”
Britain’s Got Talent odds
Lost Voice Guy 11/8
Robert White 7/2
Gruffydd Wyn 8/1
Micky P Kerr 12/1
The D-Day Darlings 18/1
Giang Brothers 25/1
Donchez Dacres 50/1
B-Positive Choir 50/1
Jack and Tim 50/1
Calum Courtney 100/1