In advance of the final of Britain's Got Talent this Saturday, Hungarian shadow act 'Attraction' go in as the shortest-priced favourites in the history of the show...


Attraction is now the 1-3 favourites (from 6-4) with Coral bookmakers to win the grand final of Britain’s Got Talent on Saturday night, after once again wowing the judges and audience with their amazing silhouette dancing moves in the last of this year’s semi-finals.

They were 8-1 after their first appearance in week one, but since then have been gambled right down to become the hottest price favourite in the shows history.

Comedian, Jack Carroll, is the 7-2 second favourite, with singing sandwich makers, Richard and Adam, next in the betting at 10-1 with Coral.

Ten acts have qualified for the final, with the judge’s wild card pick to be added prior to the finale.

“Attraction have been by far the most popular act of any series of the show and are a shorter priced favourite than even Susan Boyle ever was,’” said Coral spokesman Gary Burton. “They were gambled within minutes of their opening performance and there hasn’t been a day since when we haven’t seen money for them, it’s difficult to see them being beaten now!”

Coral took their biggest bet of the series so far when one customer had £33,000 at odds of 1-33 (to win £1,000) on Attraction to win their semi-final on Saturday night.