'Britain's Got Talent' comes to a trumpeting finale this weekend, and already the bookies have made it clear who THEY think is going to walk away with the top prize.
Hungarian dance troupe, Attraction' are such clear favourites for this year's trophy that bookies including William Hill have made their odds ridiculously short, currently at 2/7.
Attraction are the ones to beat, but bookies evidently consider it unilkely
The only rival they think has any hope of toppling them is comedian Jack Carroll, making him second favourite with odds of 4/1.
An indication of how far ahead the bookies are putting Attraction is the fact they've opened a separate book for whom they think will finish second in the competition. Jack Carroll is leading this race.
Attraction have been penned as the ones to beat by their rival contestants as well, with both Francine and Jack Carroll saying they are clearly the strongest in the competition. But Francine has said, too, that she has a few more tricks up her sleeve... READ MORE HERE
With this year's show marked by controversy over junior performers being allowed to participate as well as the red-hot favourites being from foreign lands, William Hill is offering odds of 10/1 that next year's show features acts aged 16 or over, while it is the same price that next year's acts are required to hold a British passport.
"The likes of Bruce Forsyth and Jessie J have waded into the discussion regarding children appearing on the show and this could put ITV under pressure to change their policy regarding youngsters," said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.
Who do you think will win this year's top trophy? All the finalists below, with the show set to be broadcast live on Saturday 8 June at 7pm.