Britain’s Got Talent is UK’s largest televised talent show which premiered in June 2007 and is broadcasted on ITV. It is also one of the most watched TV reality programmes in UK.In today’s fast-paced society, where some TV shows are cancelled after a few seasons or even episodes, to be so successful in the 13th year running is quite impressive.About the Format of Britain’s Got TalentIn Britain’s Got Talent, everyone from UK, or anyone with the legal permit to be in UK, can audition for the show. In order to audition, contestants should have a talent that can impress a panel of judges, as well as the public in the arena and in front of their TVs. These talents can range from singing, dancing, magic, stand-up comedy, choirs, and animal acts among many others.Contestants must perform their talent in front of the judges and public to get through a series of elimination rounds.The format of the show is as follows:● Auditions – contestants perform in front of the judges. At the end of the performance, the judge’s vote and with a majority vote of “Yes”, contestants move on to the next stage.● Deliberation Day – this is when the judges go through all the contestants that successfully passed through the auditions stage. With limited space in the live semi-finals, the judges have to select the contestants they believe actually stand a chance to win. The others will be eliminated from the show. ● Live Semi-Finals – contestants who passed auditions and were put through by the judges in Deliberation Day, move onto the live semi-finals. This is where the public starts to be directly involved and get voting power.First of all, the contestants have to perform a new routine of their talent act in front of the judges and a live audience. Of all semi-finalists, only 10 can move into the final. The public picks half of these, while the judges the other half.● Final – the format is similar to the semi-finals only that the winner is determined entirely through the public’s phone vote. The finalists must perform again a new routine of their act and hope to win the most votes from the public.The winner of Britain’s Got Talent wins a £250,000 and the prestigious opportunity to perform at the Royal Variety Performance in front of senior members of the British Royal Family, including the Queen herself.Just as important as the cash prize and the chance to perform on Royal Variety Performance is the actual exposure contestants get throughout the talent show. Imagine a talented singer that may not win the final, or even get to it, but along the way gets to perform in front of millions of people.Susan BoyleThis is a golden chance to be heard by music producers all over the world who may approach them with a contract if they like what they hear.Perhaps the most popular contestant, whose life was completely turned around by participating on Britain’s Got Talent although not actually winning it, is Susan Boyle.Britain’s Got Talent Most Recent And Future EditionsBritain’s Got Talent is currently running its 13th series which aired on April 6th, 2019. The series came to an end on 2nd of June with the Live Final.Over 10 million viewers tuned in last year to watch the final, making Britain’s Got Talent one of the Most-Watched TV Shows in UK for 2018.The first episode of Britain’s Got Talent 13th season drew in a peak audience of nearly 10 million viewers. The show’s longevity and continued success are remarkable, to say the least. The overwhelming number of contestants that audition year after year goes to confirm the show’s popularity.With that in mind, Britain’s Got Talent is not going anywhere anytime soon. Why would it? It is good for the show, the TV network, the audience and for the contestants themselves.ITV has not yet released the airing dates of Britain’s Got Talent’s 14th Season. However, the show itself has already opened the application process to the public for 2020, thus confirming there will be a series number 14 next year. As the show typically runs from late spring until early summer each year, this format is expected to be in place for future series. As such, it is likely Britain’s Got Talent 14th season will air late March-early April and end late May-early June 2020.How To Bet On Britain’s Got Talent?Almost all bookies have a special bets section, making betting on Britain’s Got Talent pretty straightforward.You can get on Britain’s Got Talent before a new season starts or at any time during the season up to the live final. You pick the name of the contestant/act that you think will win the talent show, you will see the corresponding odds next to each contestant, you set your stake and place the bet.