Dancing on Ice odds
Who wins Dancing on Ice 2021?
Dancing on Ice odds
As the competition hots up (no melting ice though) the Dancing on Ice odds can change at the drop of a hat – or the drop of a fellow ice dancer. One mistake can see the betting on a particular contestant simply stop in its tracks. And a great score from the judges can lead to a flurry of activity. And as people who understand gambling, we know that this can cause some interesting opportunities.
Like many shows of this kind, the contestants perform before a they get scored by the judges. A phone in from the public follows and (usually) one contestant is voted out until we get to the final with three skaters.
Whether you watch the ITV programme or not, the Dancing on Ice odds are an interesting follow for all of us. And as you take a look at the favourites and the also-rans, you might be able to spot an opportunity to have a bit of fun, back your favourite or even make a bit of cash. Let’s take a look at the bookies favourites right now -
Those At The Top
Well, in terms of who the bookies think will win, look no further than Faye Brookes and Amy Tinkler. These have been the two that have attracted the most attention. Now the fact that there hasn’t been a female celebrity winner of the title since way back in 2013 hasn’t put people off backing these two.
Amy Tinkler will be looking to follow in the footsteps of Beth Tweddle, a fellow Team GB gymnast who was the winner on that occasion. While Coronation Street’s Faye will be trying to emulate the success of fellow soap stars Hayley Tamaddon and Suzanne Shaw. It’s certainly sure that soap stars have some pedigree in the competition.
Following hot in their footsteps at the moment, according to betting patterns is Joe-Warren Plant and Sonny Jay. I don’t mind admitting I had to search these two up, with the word ‘celebrity’ being used more loosely every day. Joe-Warren is another soap star – currently appearing on Emmerdale. And Sonny Jay is a veteran of these kind of programmes, being a part of the group Loveable Rogues who starred in Britain’s’ Got Talent a few years back. As you can probably tell from the names here, youth goes a long way on this show and will have a huge impact with the Dancing on Ice odds this time too.
And The Rest
You may have heard of some of the other contestants this year, as there are some household names, although none of them have any form when it comes to the ice. The outsiders include 80’s icon Jason Donovan, Jamie Vardy’s wife Rebekah and a couple of our most well-loved sportsmen in Colin Jackson and Graham Bell.
As a former Olympic skier, Bell probably is the only one of these to have been around top-quality Winter sports athletes but his prowess on snow hasn’t transferred to the ice so far. Every year in the programme someone comes from nowhere to capture the heart of the viewers and gain massive votes. Who will it be this time? If you get this prediction right, then you can secure odds now and make some good cash.
It would be amiss of me to fail to mention the final two contestants in the programme this year. Lady Leshurr and Billie Shepard complete the line-up. There have already been a couple of eliminations at this point in the competition through injury and the public vote. Nobody is safe when it comes to Dancing on Ice and the odds. With that in mind, treat this as a bit of fun.
Dancing on Ice odds
As the programme unfolds you will be able to get a clearer view of the likely winners. A few weeks sorts the wheat from the chaff and gives a good insight into who the finalists are likely to be. But there are always clues early on if you’re looking for the odds to be as long as possible. The audience for this programme is the family but with a much bigger emphasis on the younger generation. They will be far more likely to vote via the app and for people who are just like them.
Keep an eye on the favourites Amy Tinkler and Faye Brookes as well as Joe-Warren Plant and the ever-loveable Colin Jackson. Don’t count out the outsiders either. Anything can happen in Dancing on Ice.