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Britain's Got Talent: Semi-finals in full swing

Britain's Got Talent: Semi-finals in full swing Another two acts are going to the "Britain's Got Talent" finals tonight with Charlie Green and George Sampson the favourite to win the Heat 3 votes. So far Andrew Johnston, Cheeky Monkeys, Signature and Kate & Gin are the four acts out of the 10 going to the finals, two more to join them tonight. Naturally, odds are offered on Britain's Got Talent, at the British licensed online bookmaker Bet 365 Charlie Green and George Sampson are the top two favourites to move to the finals of the show, listed with odds 4/7 and 8/5 respectively. Strike is at 10/1 and Irresistable at 14/1, while Deans of Magic are the big underdog with odds 150/1 to continue to the final stage of "Britain's Got Talent".

 Looking at the odds offered to win "Britain's Got Talent" outright, 12-year-old phenomenon Faryl Smith is still the favourite contestant to win the show, listed with the top odds 11/10, eventhough the Kettering, Northants, contestant has not qualified yet for the Talent's final. But if you can impress judge Simon Cowell, the win is not far out. Andrew Johnson comes second with 11/4 odds to win Britain's Got Talent, followed by Signature at 4/1. From the four finalists, Kate and her pup Gin hold odds 18/1 and Cheeky Monkeys are the underdog of the four with odds 28/1 to win "Britain's Got Talent". After tonight's semi-final, two more will follow on Thursday and Friday for the total of 10 finalists to compete in the Saturday's final for the £100,000 prize money and the chance to perform at this year's Royal Variety Performance.

 Published on 05/28/2008

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