Sheffield's Kyle Tomlinson and The Miss Treats and Doncaster's The Pensionaires all among Britain's Got Talent favourites

Lavelle Daley of The Miss Treats, The Pensionaires and Kyle Tomlinson. (Photos: ITV/Thames/Syco).
Lavelle Daley of The Miss Treats, The Pensionaires and Kyle Tomlinson. (Photos: ITV/Thames/Syco).
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A trio of South Yorkshire star turns have been named among the favourites to win Britain's Got Talent.

Sheffield teenage singer Kyle Tomlinson, Doncaster crooning duo The Pensionaires and all-girl group The Miss Treats, who feature Sheffield's Lavelle Daley among their ranks, are all among the front-runners to be crowned winners of the hit ITV show.

Both 15-year-old Kyle and veteran singing duo The Pensionaires wowed judges on Saturday's show while The Miss Treats were voted through in an earlier episode.

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Bookies are offering odds as low as 8-1 on The Pensionaires being named winners while Sheffield singer Kyle is a 10-1 shot. The Miss Treats are currently 16-1.

The Missing People Choir are the current frontrunners to win the show and land a spot at the Royal Variety Performance.