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Britain's Got Talent Odds
Since its debut in 2007, Britain's Got Talent has remained a staple of reality television. Read More
Over the years, the show has captivated audiences with its eclectic mix of talented performers, ranging from singers and dancers to magicians and comedians.
With its panel of celebrity judges and charismatic hosts, Britain's Got Talent has become a cultural phenomenon, launching the careers of numerous successful artists and entertainers.
Despite facing some controversy and criticism, the show has maintained its popularity and continued to attract a loyal fanbase, solidifying its position as one of the most enduring reality TV shows of all time.
Semi-Final 1 Results
- Musa Motha - 1st
- Amy Lou - 2nd
- Abi Carter-Simpson - 3rd
Semi-Final 2 Results
- Viggo Venn - 1st
- Olivia Lynes - 2nd
- John's Boys - 3rd
Semi-Final 3 (31st May)
- Dylan B
- Ghetto Kids
- Harry Churchill
- Markus Birdman
- Miki Dark
- Toy Toy Toy
- Travis George
Inspirational dancer Musa Motha won her semi-final and is currently at the top of the betting to be crowned the winner of Britain's Got Talent 2023.
Britain's Got Talent Betting
After each performance, the judges assess the act and determine whether the participant(s) can advance to the next stage based on a majority vote or a judge's use of their golden buzzer.
Once this initial stage is complete, betting sites typically begin accepting bets on the acts, even those that may not make it to the live finals.
Next comes the judges' decision stage, during which the four judges narrow down the number of contestants.
Those who pass both the initial auditions and the judges' decisions or receive a golden buzzer are grouped into rounds for the semi-finals, with typically eight acts per series.
Each semi-finalist must perform a new routine of their act before the audience and judges, with the judges providing feedback at the end. Those who succeed in this stage move on to the finals.
The finals operate similarly to the semi-finals, but the focus shifts to winning votes from the public, who will vote for their favourite act either with a new routine or an enhanced version of their original audition. While the judges can still provide feedback and buzz, their opinions have little impact on the public's voting intentions.
Typically, the earlier you place a bet on the winner's market of Britain's Got Talent, the higher the odds will be. As the competition progresses towards the final stages, the odds of the acts are likely to decrease.
In all to date, singers have won the competition on five occasions, and comedians, dancers, and dog acts can claim two wins.
Frequently asked questions about Britain's Got Talent
When does Britain's Got Talent start and where can I watch it?
The 2023 edition of the show started on 15th April 2023.
Who is hosting Britain's Got Talent?
Ant and Dec have returned once again to host the show.
Who are the judges on Britain's Got Talent?
Three judges have returned to the show, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon, they are joined for the first time by Bruno Tonioli who replaces David Walliams following his resignation from the show.
Who won the last series of Britain's Got Talent?
Stand-up comedian Axel Blake won the show.
Who are the past winners of Britain's Got Talent?
- 2007 - Paul Potts (Singer)
- 2008 - George Sampson (Dancer)
- 2009 - Diversity (Dance Troupe)
- 2010 - Spelbound (Acrobatics)
- 2011 - Jai McDowall (Singer)
- 2012 - Ashleigh & Pudsley (Dog Act)
- 2013 - Attraction (Shadow Theatre)
- 2014 - Collabro (Opera Singers)
- 2015 - Jules O'Dwyer and Matisse (Dog Act)
- 2016 - Richard Jones (Magician)
- 2017 - Tokio Myers (Pianist)
- 2018 - Lost Voice Guy (Comedian)
- 2019 - Colin Thackery (Singer)
- 2020 - Jon Courtenay (Comedic Singer/Musician)
- 2022 - Axel Blake (Comedian)