Northampton's Born to Perform now 4/1 Favourite to Win Britains Got Talent

Northampton's Born to Perform now 4/1 Favourite to Win Britains Got Talent
  • Golden Buzzer act Born to Perform from Northampton at 4/1 favourite to win BGT with betting Sites
  • Burgess Hill's Tom Ball is second favourite according to bookmakers at 9/2
  • Austrian acrobatic act The Freaks are also high up in the betting
  • Imi Davies from Welwyn Garden City is a bookies 14/1 chance.

Britains got talent has a clear favourite to win after Born to Perform from Northamptonshire were given the Golden Buzzer to progress to the live shows. Out in front at 4/1 according to betting sites, they are followed in the betting by Tom Ball from the very first audition show and 'The Freaks' from Austria, while Imi Davies from Welwyn Garden City is right behind them according to bookmakers.

Northampton's proud dance outfit Born to Perform are currently favourite with bookmakers to win Britain's Got Talent 2022 with odds of just 4/1 offered for their chance.

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Specialist - OLBG.com

Bookmakers are offering betting on who will this year's BGT show and have made no hesitation in making the inclusive dance studio based in Northampton favorite to walk away winners of the final with a cash prize and the opportunity to perform live on the Royal variety Performace at the Albert Hall - And what a heart warming victory that would be.

BGT Betting

Act Odds Probability
Born to Perform 4/1 20.0%
Tom Ball 9/2 18.18%
The Freaks 5/1 16.67%
Loren Allred 5/1 16.67%
Imi Davies 14/1 6.67%
Voices of Armed Forces 14/1 6.67%
Front Line Singers 16/1 5.88%
Dante Marvin 18/1 5.26%
Axel Blake 20/1 4.76%
Jamie Leahy 20/1 4.76%
Keiichi Iwasaki 20/1 4.76%
Mel Day 20/1 4.76%


The betting has been quite volatile, as odds have been available since the first two audition shows completed, where Tom Ball shot to the top of the market following his 'surprising' audition.

Britain is particularly well represented in the semi-finals, as Early Show stopper Mel Day from Birmingham will appear alongside youngsters Dante Marvin from Liverpool, Imi Davies from Welwyn Garden City and Jamie Leahy the talented ventriloquist

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Specialist - OLBG.com

Since then, we have seen acts like Born to Perform and The Freaks from Austria, as well as a golden buzzer for Keiichi Iwasaki the Japanese comedy magician.

In the mix too are comedy acts, Dante Marvin, from Liverpool and Axel Blake from West London join Birmingham's Mel Day and young ventriloquist Jamie Leahy

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