The final of Britain’s Got Talent takes place on Sunday evening and heading into the end of the 2023 edition of the popular show, we have an odds-on favourite looking to win. Here at the Betfred blog, we take you through the latest prices in our betting market ahead of the live show…
BGT Winner Odds 2023
- Musa Motha 4/5
- Viggo Venn – 3/1
- Malakai Bayou – 6/1
- Cillian O’Connor – 10/1
- Ghetto Kids – 12/1
- Lilliana Cliifton – 12/1
- Duo Odyssey – 100/1
- Amy Lou – 100/1
- Travis George – 100/1
- Olivia Lynes – 100/1
*odds correct as of 12:30 Saturday 3 June
It is cancer survivor Musa Motha who leads the pack coming in with odds of 4/5 to be crowned the champion following a dominant performance in his semi-final. Heis a dancer who wowed the judges and ticks plenty of boxes to get a strong reaction from the audience. It comes as no shock to see such a short price but potential to drift on the night of the live show to potentially grab some value.
Comedic dancer Viggo Venn is second-favourite at 3/1. If you like acts who are completely different and utterly bonkers then this guy may well be for you. Simon Cowell called him ‘the most annoying act of the night, but weirdly, my favourite act of the night’ during his semi-final appearance. That probably sums him up perfectly. You’ll love him or hate him. The marmite of BGT 2023. A strong outing in the final could see a late surge.
Malakai Bayoh has a sensational voice but he’s been the contestant whose odds have been most affected by the surge in public support for Viggo Venn. The 13-year-old looked set to go into Sunday as the second-favourite but he has drifted significantly with us and now is available to back as of Saturday lunchtime at 6/1. Again like Musa, ticks a lot of the boxes if you are looking for a classic BGT winner. Clearly the value punt of the top choices.
As per usual, a magician has caught the eye of the judges and the public and this year it is Cillian O’Connor who represents this genre. 10/1 for him with young dance troupe Ghetto Kids a 12/1 shot.
Once we get through them then the market drops big time with only Lilliana Clifton not 100/1 out of the bottom five. You can back her at 33s but Duo Odyssey, Amy Lou, Travis George and Olivia Lynes are all available at that 100/1 price as of the time of publication.