"America's Got Talent" 2013 resumes Sept. 17 on NBC as the top six acts perform again for votes and critiques by panelists Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel, Mel B. and Howard Stern. According to odds posted by Sports Bovada on Sept. 14, one contestant holds a fairly significant advantage over the rest of the competition.
Leading the pack with 2/3 odds of "AGT" victory is innovative dancer Kenichi Ebina, whose Sept. 10 interpretive dance about flying away to Heaven prompted Stern to predict that he'd advance all the way to the final two.
Ranked second with 9/4 odds is the powerhouse multicultural operatic trio Forte. The group comprised of Fernanda Varela, Josh Page and Sean Panikkar impressed mightily with a stirring top 12 rendition of "My Heart Will Go On."
In third place is comedian Taylor Williamson with 9/1 odds of taking the top prize. The funnyman enters the top six show with the support of three of the four judges; only Mel B. seemed unimpressed with his brand of humor during the Sept. 10 show.
With 10/1 odds of his own, country singer Jimmy Rose is ranked fourth. The clear fan-favorite underwhelmed the judges with his top 12 version of Blake Shelton's "God Gave Me You," but voters secured him a spot in the finals anyway.
Ranked a surprisingly low fifth with 14/1 odds is the only woman remaining in the "AGT" 2013 competition. Singer Cami Bradley, who called making the top 12 "really surreal," most recently delivered a haunting and beautiful rendition of the Bon Jovi hit "Livin' on a Prayer."
Bringing up the rear with 20/1 odds of winning is magician Collins Key, whose Sept. 10 trick involving Nick Cannon's watch earned a split decision from the judges.
"America's Got Talent" 2013 continues Sept. 17 on NBC.