The winner of Britain's Got Talent 2014 will be a dance act, if the bookies are to be believed.
Once again it's expected that a dance troupe or solo singer will win Britain's Got Talent this year according to Ladbrokes.
As the London stage of the auditions take place the bookies are confident that the winning act of 2014 will come from a dance troupe (2/1) or a solo artist (2/1).
However for those who think another genre can mix things up it's a 7/1 shot for a comedian/impersonator to be crowned victorious or there's 14/1 on offer BGT sees its second winner featuring an animal.
As the rank outsider at 100/1 it's hard to see a strip tease act making it to the final, despite no doubt gaining Simon Cowell's support.
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "It might be called Britain's Got Talent but the odds suggest as a country our talent is limited to singing and dancing only."
This year already the golden buzzer twist has already seen a singer and dancer in the live shows.
Amanda Holden was the first to use the fifth buzzer, which each judge can use only once during the auditions to send an act they are passionate about straight through to the live shows.
And for Amanda that was an impressive salsa dancing act. The act, unlike anything ever seen on the show before, amazed the audience with their nimble routine.
BGT will air on ITV in the Spring.