The piano-playing music producer has been the clear pick of Oddschecker punters after mesmerising the British public with his amazing musical compositions. The 32-year-old musician is currently the 11/4 second-favourite to win the £250,000 prize after winning Wednesday’s semi-final. Backed at odds as big as 14/1 during the auditions stage, he’s been responsible for 28.2% of all bets on the talent show through Oddschecker, accounting for just under 25% of all stakes.
Next best with the punters is child magician Issy Simpson who also progressed to Saturday night’s live final earlier in the week. The 8 year-old has attracted just under 8% of all bets through the site and 12% of all stakes. She’s currently best-priced 7/1 having been 14/1 when first appearing on our screens during the auditions.
Current favourites for the show, Missing People Choir will appear in Friday’s live semi-final for which they are priced up at 2/5 to win. The group have been favourites ever since their moving performance left the judges in tears. As big as 3/1 back at the start of May, they are now as short as 5/4 to win Saturday’s grand final but have received only 1% of all bets through Oddschecker.