William Hill have priced up the National TV Awards and, despite a difficult year, Ant & Dec are 1/16 to win the best Presenter award for the seventeenth year in succession. Strictly continues to go from strength to strength and are offered at 1/4 to win the Best Talent Show award. David Walliams is 1/2 to beat Simon Cowell (11/4) to the top judge award.
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After ruling the roost on Saturday night, the bookies are predicting that Strictly will reign supreme again on Christmas Day – with William Hill offering just Even money that it tops the festive ratings.
Following her resounding victory in this year’s I’m A Celebrity, there will be much discussion over what will be next for Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo.
For the first time Joe McFadden has become the favourite to win Strictly and he is now 11/10 having been 14/1 in the early stages of the competition. Meanwhile Mollie King is the 6/5 favourite to go this weekend but there has been a run of cash for Gemma who is the 11/8 second favourite.
Iain Lee’s odds of winning this year’s I’m A Celebrity have tumbled from 40/1 to 9/1 in the space of the last two days as allegations of ‘bullying’ have been levelled against some of his campmates towards him.
Rak-Su are the 2/5 favourites to win this year’s X Factor with William Hill, who make Grace Davis the 10/3 second favourite with Kevin Davy White the outsider at 6/1.
Jake Quickenden has been installed as the 5/1 favourite to win the next series of Danicing On Ice after he was announced alongside Max Evans and Candice Brown. Evans, a former rugby player, is 8/1 with Candice 12/1.
Simon Rimmer looks set to be given the Strictly boot this weekend with William Hill making him odds on at 4/6 to be the fifth contestant to be eliminated.
Ahead of his speech at the Liberal Democrat Autumn Conference, Vince Cable is 2/5 to lead the party into the next General Election and 100/1 to be the next Prime Minister.