Britain's Got Talent Odds 2023: Musa Motha Favourite The Win The Series
Britain's Got Talent star Musa Motha has mixed things up on betting sites after an impressive semi-final victory this week.
Dancer Musa - who was diagnosed with cancer when he was young, which led to his left leg being amputated - is now favourite to win the competition after he won the public vote on Monday night and progressed to Sunday's finale.
Musa beat off competition from Amy Lou in his semi-final, but she progressed with the highest public vote after the judges' decision was split.
The five BGT semi-finals are taking place each weekday, with the act who wins the public vote heading straight to the final, and it is then left to the judges to decide the other recipient of a finale place.
Viggo Venn won the public vote on Tuesday night, and Olivia Lynes progressed after she was picked by judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon.
And on Wednesday night, Ghetto Kids won the semi-final, and Travis George was triumphant in the public vote after the judges were split, with Bruno Tonioli and Alesha picking Travis, but Amanda and Simon opting for Harry Churchill.
Thursday's semi-final will see the return of series 16 premiere hero Malakai Bayoh, who is second favourite to win this year's competition.
Malakai will go up against Felix Clements, Noodle, Boycanto, MB14, Kimoon Do, Unity, and Duo Odyssey, with another two places in the final, which takes place on Sunday June 4, up for grabs.
Musa vs Malaki To Win Britain's Got Talent
Musa was 9/4 second favourite on Britain's Got Talent betting sites last weekend after all four judges pressed the Golden Buzzer at the same time to put him through.
But after triumphing in Monday's semi-final, he is now Evens favourite to win the contest.
Following his winning semi-final performance, Amanda told Musa: "That was so epic. I'm so proud of you, that was a fabulous performance."
While Musa is guaranteed a place in Sunday's final, second favourite Malaki still has his semi-final to overcome.
Malaki is 5/2 with William Hill to win this year's Britain's Got Talent, but has been as low as 6/4 throughout the series.
The only other act still in single figures has had a huge resurgence this week. Comedian Viggo Venn was a massive 150/1 shot at the beginning of the week, but after winning Tuesday's semi, he is now just 13/2 to win the whole competition.
Viggo replaces Ghetto kids as third favourite, with the dance group now out to 12/1, from a best price of 7/1.
Amy Lou Has Plenty To Do
MB14, Noodle and Unity are all competing in Thursday night's semi-final, and will no doubt see their odds decrease if they progress.
Singing animated cat Noodle is 20/1 with BetVictor and beatboxer MB14 is the same price, from just 8/1 at the beginning of the week.
Dance group Unity have also drifted, with the collective now 25/1 from just 10/1 days ago.
Amy Lou progressed to the final thanks to a public vote saving her on Monday night, but she has plenty to do in the final.
The receptionist-turned-singer is 25/1 to triumph, but that is much shorter than fellow finalist Travis - who is 40/1 on specials betting sites despite sealing his place in Sunday's spectacle.
Elsewhere, singer Olivia - who was Amanda's Golden Buzzer act - is 50/1, the same price as teen magician Cillian O'Connor and schoolgirl dancer Lilliana Clifton.
The judges opted to save Olivia on Tuesday night, with Alesha telling the youngster: "You are meant to do this, it was phenomenal."
Chickenshed's Outside Chance
Chickenshed are yet to be given their semi-final chance, and the Golden Buzzer act are a huge price to win the contest.
The inclusive theatre company are 66/1 on betting apps to triumph in the competition - from 25/1 at the beginning of the week - the same price as Felix, while dance group Flying Salsa are 80/1 to win.
Chickenshed have always been a fairly big price despite being Alesha's Golden Buzzer pick, and they could spring a surprise in their semi-final.
Elsewhere, there are several acts at 100/1 with most UK bookmakers, including Thursday night's semi-final participants, aerial and contemporary dancers Duo Odyssey and magician Kimoon Do, who was 33/1 last weekend.
Georgie Carroll impressed last Saturday night and was installed as a 20/1 shot, but the nurse (who performed a stand-up comedy routine) is now out to 100/1, the same price as The Pixiebelles, Thomas Vu, C Lights, Cammy Barnes, and The Royal British Legion Band.
Elsewhere, Ruby Sinclair and Olga & Bonnie are 150/1, as are two choir acts, The Big Sing and Sheffield Community Choir.
Several wannabes are also over 125/1 with Coral, including Boycanto, Andrei Burton, Antony Torralvo, Banji's Class, Simon Heart, The Queens, Romeo & Icy, Giorgio Riggio, Tonikaku, The Forbidden, and Avalon Penrose.
Freddy Grip, who progressed after wowing the crowd with his science experiments on stage last week, is out to 200/1, while comedy performer Cash Wallwork is propping up the market at a massive 250/1.
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