Love it or loathe it, there can be no denying that 'Britain's Got Talent' captures the imagination. Talent certainly abounds on these shores although whether we actually do see the best of it on this show is open to debate. Nevertheless millions tune in to see a wide variety of performances and bets continue to flow in as punters predict who will be crowned 'Best of BGT'.
With the auditions now out of the way, we now enter the semi-final stage of the competition and with 35 semi-finalists making it through alongside 5 'Golden Buzzers', we now have a fight on our hands.
The acts will now need to work extremely hard to impress the TV viewers with the judges having no say as to who will proceed through to the final on 4th June. Current leaders in the betting market are Missing People Choir, a group made up from families with missing loved ones as well as volunteers and staff from the 'Missing People' charity.
They join a whole host of talented hopefuls who will all be battling it out for victory, these including 4/1 second favourite 16-year-old Sarah Ikumu who got a Golden Buzzer from Simon Cowell. Sarah impressed the judges with an excellent rendition of 'And I Am Telling You' by Jennifer Hudson.
Welsh choir Angelicas Celtic were a big hit with the panel and follow up in third place in the betting at odds of 10/1 alongside pianist Tokio Myers who impressed with his amazing piano skills.
Britain's Got Talent Winner - Best Odds
2/1 - Missing People Choir
4/1 - Sarah Ikumu
10/1 - Angelicas Celtis
10/1 - Tokyo Myers
10/1 - Kyle Tomlinson
12/1 - Leah Barniville
12/1 - Issy Simpson