Britains Got Talent Odds Have Malaki Paul Popular But Charlotte And Jonathan Still Dominate Thursday 03 May 2012 at 10:28
The last of the Britains Got Talent auditions take place on Saturday and according to the latest Britains Got Talent Odds it is going to be a one horse race unless a serious contender emerges this weekend. A decent contender did make it through last weekend but it still seems as though everyone is up against it taking on Charlotte And Jonathan.
Malaki Paul Impresses But Charlotte And Jonathan Still Favourites
Malaki Paul was the highlight of last week’s auditions on Britains Got Talent, the nine year old singer who broke down and cried whilst singing Beyonce’s ‘Listen’ is now a joint second favourite after receiving great feedback from the judges. Malaki Paul is as short as 8/1 with Bet365 but can still be backed at best odds of 14/1 with Sportingbet and that could be a big price based on the fact that he looks like he is going to be hugely popular. Unfortunately he is not even the most popular singer at the moment, not with the bookies anyway, as Charlotte and Jonathan from week one remain the red hot Britains Got Talent favourites. It looks as though they will remain a duo despite urgings from Simon Cowell for Jonathan to go solo and they are certainly the act to beat currently at odds of 10/3 with Stan James.
Twist And Pulse Dance Company Could Offer Value This Year
There are currently two other acts who are joint second favourites with Malaki Paul at the moment going off best priced available and they are Paige Turley and also Twist And Pulse Dance Company, both acts are available at 14/1 with Bet365 and SkyBet. Paige Turley is yet another young singer and she could actually offer a bit more value as Malaki Paul as she doesn’t have the same stage fright but an even better bet than both acts could be Twist and Pulse Dance Company, dance acts have a great record on the show and it would be a big surprise if they didn’t trade at odds shorter than 14/1 before the final. It is also worth noting that voters who like singing will be splitting their votes amongst the favourites whilst there is one big dance act for dance fans to focus on. At bigger odds we have the likes of Ashley and Pudsey at 16/1 with Sportingbet, Only Boys Aloud at 16/1 with Paddy Power and Hope Murphy at 20/1 with Totesport. Click here to discuss this year’s show on the OLBG Britains Got Talent forum or click on any of the orange bookie links above to place your bets.