Robert White is still the bookies' favourite to win Britain’s Got Talent ahead of Sunday’s grand final.
The comedian is 13/8 favourite with Coral to win tomorrow evening’s finale and bag a place on the bill at the Royal Variety Performance.
Fellow comic Lost Voice Guy is still second best in the betting at 2/1, while dance troupe DVJ can be backed at at 5/1 to be awarded the prize.
Coral’s John Hill said: “This looks to be one of the most open finals of Britain’s Got Talent that we have ever had as there is very little between Robert White and Lost Voice Guy at the top of the betting, while we would not rule out DVJ being crowned the winner."
The fifth semi-final on Friday saw musical comic Micky P Kerr and balancing act the Giang Brothers take the last two semi-final spots in Sunday’s line-up.
Judges Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams will also pick a wild card act from the semi-finalists who didn’t make the grade.
The wild card act is likely to be announced sometime before tomorrow’s final.
Presenter Declan Donnelly, who has been flying solo during the semi-finals after Anthony McPartlin announced a career break, tweeted on Saturday morning to thank his fans for their messages of support.
He said: "Morning. Can’t beat a massive lie in and a day off! I hope you’ve got a nice Saturday planned.
"Just wanted to say thanks for all the lovely messages this week during #bgt, you’re all very kind! Have a great day.”
Donnelly, 42, had joked about his partner in crime's absence during Friday's semi-final.