Britain's Got Talent's Malakai Bayoh suffers huge blow ahead of live final

Britain's Got Talent fans fell in love with 13-year-old Malakai Bayoh and his angelic voice during his audition on the ITV talent show. 

He left judge Bruno Tonioli in tears twice after making it through to one of the semi-final rounds, during which he offered up a jaw-dropping performance. 

However, the latest odds reveal he may not be in with a chance of winning the series, with dancer Musa Motha leading the bookies' predictions. 

William Hill spokesperson, Lee Phelps, said dancer and cancer survivor Musa Motha is most likely to take the crown. 

He said: “After an exhilarating semi-final performance, we’ve seen a lot of support for Musa Motha to win this Sunday’s final of Britain’s Got Talent.

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“The amputee dancer’s price for victory was as high as Evens throughout this week but has been backed into 4/6, with punters seemingly confident with the 27-year-old’s chances.

“Comedian Viggo Venn is deemed the most likely threat to Motha’s chances of glory on Sunday at 3/1, whilst singer Malakai Bayoh is a 7/2 shot.”

Malakai is third in the running behind comedian Viggo, who left the audience and judges in stitches with his hilarious semi-final act. 

He ended his performance with a bad fall as he tumbled down the stairs whilst exiting the stage. 

Viggo has proven himself to be one of the most memorable acts of the series and could take second place behind Musa. 

However, there is still a high chance Malakai could take the win as he moved the judges and fans to tears with his incredible talent. 

Other acts in the running to steal the win include Ugandan dance group Ghetto Kids, with odds of 14/1.

The full list of acts competing in the final includes: Musa Motha, Amy Lou, Viggo Venn, Olivia Lynes, Ghetto Kids, Travis George, Malakai Bayoh, Duo Odyssey, Lillianna Clifton and Cillian O'Connor. 

Judge Simon Cowell had labelled Malakai “One of the best voices I think I’ve ever heard,” as he pressed the Golden Buzzer.

In the semi-final, judge Bruno had said: "You’re a gift from God. You sang one of my favourite arias from Puccini.

“It is incredible to have a boy like you producing this divine sound.”

The Britain's Got Talent final airs tonight on ITV from 7.30pm. 

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