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BGT Update: Hopefuls STILL can’t get near Missing People’s Choir

| 31.05.2017

It’s going to take something pretty spectacular for anyone other than the Missing People’s Choir to win this year’s Britain’s Got Talent as far as our traders are concerned.

The choir have headed the market since their first audition was aired, and while plenty have seen their odds slashed in the last few days – the long-time favourites are actually beginning to pull clear of the competition.

It’s now just 7/4 for Missing People Choir to go all the way this year – that’s shorter than they’ve ever been for BGT glory.

A solid performance from young magician, Issy Simpson, has seen her storm ahead of a whole host of acts, climbing from 11/1 to joint 5/1 second-favourite after she successfully booked her spot in this weekend’s final.

That puts her level in the running with Sarah Ikumu, who is yet to perform in her semi final. Of course, a strong performance from the singer could change everything at the head of the market.

Meanwhile, as for the other three acts to confirm their place in the final, Matt Edwards is still considered a 25/1 shot, while Golden Buzzer act, Kyle Tomlinson, is currently sixth in the betting at 10/1.

He’s behind the magic duo of DNA, who wowed both the audience and judges alike for the second time. At 7/1, they’re shorter than they’ve ever been to win the competition, while we’ve seen some interest in Tokio Myers over the last week or so. The pianist has seen his odds fall to 8/1 as a result.

Of course, plenty could change between now and the Finals Night, but as things stand the competition have it all to do if they’re to get near the Missing People Choir.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Britain’s Got Talent Winner

Missing People Choir – 7/4

Issy Simpson – 5/1

Sarah Ikumu – 5/1

DNA – 7/1

Tokio Myers – 8/1

Kyle Tomlinson – 10/1

Angelicus Celtus – 12/1

Daliso Chaponda – 14/1

The Pensionaires – 16/1

20/1 bar

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing

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Alex Apati

Alex has been with the Ladbrokes PR team since 2017 having previously worked for the news department. From sparring with Peter Fury to talking interviews on the Duke and Duchess' baby names, he's covered a range of sports and novelty events.

A frustrated West Brom fan who is no stranger to an oche, Alex is originally from Dudley, although he's worked hard to rid himself of the Black Country twang.