When "America's Got Talent" 2013 returns to NBC on Sept. 10, the top 12 contestants will battle it out for just six available spots in the finals. According to Vegas odds posted by Bovada Sportsbook on Sept. 10, two acts hold a considerable edge over the rest of the pack, while another three are decided long-shots to advance.
Favored to win "AGT" 2013 entering the Sept. 10 show with 2/3 odds is dancer and two-time "Amateur Night" at the Apollo Theater champion Kenichi Ebina. Ranked just behind Ebina with 3/1 odds is the operatic group Forte, which features a trio of former single acts in Josh Page, Sean Panikkar and Fernando Varela.
Sitting in the three-spot with 15/2 odds of winning is singer and military veteran Jimmy Rose, while fourth place belongs to self-taught singer, songwriter and pianist Cami Bradley, who enters the next round of the competition with 12/1 odds.
Ranked fifth behind Bradley is "Last Comic Standing" alum Taylor Williamson, while two other acts, Branden James and Chicago Boyz Acrobatic Team, are tied for sixth place with 25/1 odds of victory.
Another pair of acts, shadow-dance company Catapult Entertainment and magician Collins Key, share the eight-spot with 33/1 odds, while the all-girl Innovative Force dance company sits in ninth place with a 40/1 shot at emerging victorious.
The longest odds of all belong to the final pair of "AGT" 2013 acts. Ranked next-to-last is the comical acrobat duo of the KriStef Brothers, with 50/1 odds. But the act least likely to take the season eight win is the young ballroom duo D'Angelo and Amanda. The talented dancers enter the top 12 show with unenviable 75/1 odds of winning.
"America's Got Talent" 2013 airs Tuesdays and Wednesdays on NBC.