Officially, acrobatic dance troupe Spellbound are the bookie's favourites to win the big BGT final, with 81 year old Scottish chanteuse Janey Cutler nipping at their heels.
But according to our source, the smart money will be going on Tina and her amazing dancing rescue dog, Chandi.
Ensconced in a seedy Soho pub, quaffing a quadruple G&T and smoking a menthol cigarette in total defiance of the smoking ban, our source, eccentric English film producer/director, Buffty Ginslinger told us:
"The smart money's on Tina and Chandi. You have to bear in mind that it's a public vote, and that the great British public tend to vote with their hearts, not their heads. As a nation, we're all suckers for cute dogs. And when they dance too, they're on a winner. They can't lose. All my chums have their bets on the dog. Nearest bally thing we've had to a license to print money since England last got knocked out of the World Cup on penalties. I don't know what routine Tina will work out, but if it makes everybody at home go 'Aaaahh!' we're on a winner and I'll be out on the lash for a week with the proceeds."
Buffty Ginslinger's biopic of 60s TV wrestling villain Mick McManus, starring Alex Reid and with Peter Andre as Jackie 'Mister TV' Pallo with a Katie Price topless cameo has reportedly run into financial difficulties and production has been temporarily suspended. But if Tina and Chandi win, it could well be game on again.
More as we get it.
We just got more.
We fucked that little prediction right up.
Sorry readers. (Not really. Hey, nobody's perfect.)