Who will win Britain's Got Talent 2020? Latest odds and predictions

Who will win Britain's Got Talent 2020? Latest odds and predictions

September 18, 2020

BRITAIN'S Got Talent 2020 is hotting up as the semi-finals come to an end, and the judges come closer to crowning a champion.

Here's who the bookies' reckon are in with a chance of winning Britain's Got Talent 2020.

Who will win Britain's Got Talent?

A spokesperson for Ladbrokes said: "It looks like we could be in for the closest ever BGT final with plenty of names in with a chance of claiming this year's prize."

Sirine Jahangir – 7/4

14-year-old singer and songwriter Sirine is a favourite to win BGT this year.

Sirine lost her sight at the age of 10 due to a very rare condition that resulted in her optic nerves deteriorating.

In her first audition, Sirine earned four yeses from the judges after singing Salvation by Gabrielle Aplin.

Beth Porch – 5/2

Beth Porch is a singer and a children's nurse at Great Ormond Street hospital.

Beth performed a self-penned song for her first audition called "You Taught Me What Love Is".

It was released as a single to raise money for the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic.

Magical Bones – 3/1

Richard Essien – better known as Magical Bones – is a favourite to win BGT.

Essien started out breakdancing on London's South Bank but soon realised that he was more interested in magic.

Everyone was seemingly perplexed when the magician teleported across the room into a brand new outfit in his first audition.

Steve Royle – 5/1

Steve Royle was the first finalist to make it through to the BGT 2020 finals.

Steve Royle is a comedian, actor and juggler from Chorley.

Steve has worked as a comedian for over 30 years and used to regularly perform at the Blackpool Theatre.

Jon Courtney – 6/1

Jon Courtenay is a comedy musician from Manchester and won Ant & Dec's golden button choice.

In his audition, Jon performed a hilarious song he had written about auditioning for Britain's Got Talent and his family.

Jon received a standing ovation from the audience.

Sign Along With Us – 8/1

Choir Sign Along With Us was David Walliam's Golden Buzzer act.

The signing choir from Manchester is made up of 37 children and 28 adults.

They performed a heartwarming cover of This is Me from The Greatest Showman.

What time is BGT 2020 on ITV Saturday?

The third semi-final is airing on Saturday September 18, at 8pm.

After that, the competition will continue with two more pre-recorded semi-finals.

The judges will then choose one act from each show to go through to the final, and the public will have the chance to vote for another once the episode has broadcast.

The grand final will be shown live in October.

Auditions for Britain's Got Talent 2020 were held earlier this year before the coronavirus crisis and shown in spring.

The live finals were delayed in May because of the pandemic, and the show had to be postponed mid-series.

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