America’s Got Talent 2010 is coming down to the wire. This week the top ten acts will perform and after the voting four acts will be left. Who will end up in the top four and who will win the competition and walk away with the $1,000,000 prize?
According to Bodog Sports Book an online betting site http://sports.bodog.com Jackie Evancho is in the lead with 3/2 odds of winning. The ten year old opera singer wowed judges and the audience both in the studio and in their living rooms with her huge talent. Pure America’s Got Talent also is showing Evancho finishing in first place on their online poll. www.pureamericasgottalent.com
The Las Vegas odds makers are betting on Fighting Gravity to come in second at 7/2 with
Pure America’s site posting the group in third place. The energetic group of former fraternity brothers is an audience favorite with their unique form of acrobatics preformed under black lights. They are hypnotic to watch and have stepped up their performance week after week.
Michael Grasso looks like a Las Vegas act. Coming in third on Bodog at 8/1, he has the look and the act ready to headline on the stage at Caesars Place, the second half of the prize for winning America’s Got Talent. Grasso from Cape May, New Jersey is already a seasoned professional magician and has been performing in casinos in Atlantic City and Las Vegas.
Prince Poppycock/John Quale comes in fourth in the Las Vegas pole with 9/2 odds. Who could have seen two opera singers albeit very different in the finals of America’s Got Talent? Prince Poppycock according to AGT Judge Sharon Osborn is the male version of Lady Gaga. He is fun to watch and great to listen to, but can he win?
Michael Grimm the southern soul singer from Mississippi, now living in Las Vegas is holding his own with 10/1 odds. Michael has remained true to himself and to his music since the beginning of the competition. He is a singer, musician and song writer with a haunting voice that leaves audiences wanting more. It will be up to his fans to vote if they want to see him make it to the top four.
The remaining acts come in with young ballroom dancers Anna and Patyrk at 15/1, Singer musician Taylor Mathews at 20/1 and stunt bike rider Jeremy Vanschoonhooven at 35/1 odds. Rounding out the finalist are Christie and Ali and Studio One Young Beast Society both tied at 40/1.
Watch America’s Got Talent on Tuesday and Wednesday nights on NBC. www.nbc.com/agt