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Sean Wozencroft from Gloucester set to wow Britain’s got Talent judges tonight with his onion act

By Maryam_Qaiser  |  Posted: April 12, 2014

Sean Wozencroft from Gloucester takes part in onion challenge

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Britain’s got Talent is set to begin its eight series tonight with acts ranging from a roller skating Wonder Woman to Sean Wozencroft from Gloucester speed eating a raw onion.

Viewers will also see the impressive five-piece boyband Collabro, whose version of Stars from Les Miserables left judge Amanda Holden wiping away tears to tell them they were “bloody brilliant”.

However Ladbrokes believe a dance group or solo singer will win this year’s show.

As the new series of BGT starts the bookies make it a 2/1 shot that the winning act will be a solo singer or a dance troupe, or it's a 7/1 shot the show sees its first ever comedy act land the prize.

It's 10/1 a boy band or girl band are victorious, whilst there's 14/1 on offer for a ventriloquist to go the whole way.

But unfortunately for Simon Cowell the odds suggest he might get over ruled should a strip tease act make the final as a 100/1 rank outsider for glory.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “According to the odds It looks like Britain's running out of talent outside of singing and dancing, and punters are inclined to agree after heavily backing the dance group genre for success.”

Winning genre of Britain's Got Talent 2014

2/1 Dance Group

2/1 Solo Singer

7/1 Comedian / Impersonator

10/1 Drag Artist

10/1 Boy/Girl Band

14/1 Solo Dancer

14/1 Ventriloquist

14/1 Magician

14/1 Animal Act

16/1 Instrumental Musician (non singing)

20/1 Aerobic / Acrobatic

33/1 Flame Eater / Knife Thrower

33/1 Escapologist

66/1 Mime Artist

100/1 Strip Tease Act

Others on request

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