Following his last live radio commentary for the BBC, William Hill are offering 3/1 that John Motson appears on this year’s Strictly Come Dancing, making him the shortest priced potential contestant on this year’s list.
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Alex Beresford is the 6/4 favourite with William Hill to be the next contestant voted off Dancing On Ice, although the odds suggest that Brooke & Max could be in danger if they have a bad night. Meanwhile Jake is now the 2/5 odds on favourite, with his nearest rival Kem offered at 9/2.
The Oscar betting has had a real shake up, as Three Billboards Outside Of Ebbing, Missouri is the new 11/8 favourite to win Best Picture. The other big Golden Globe winner, Lady Bird, is just behind at 7/4. Meanwhile Dunkirk & The Shape of water can be backed at 8/1, The Post is a 9/1 shot.
Jake Quickenden is the 2/1 favourite to win Dancing On Ice, with Perri Shakes-Drayton 4/1 and Kem an interesting 6/1 shot.
The Voice and The X Factor have been keen to show off their best talent early in the audition phases and William Hill have installed Donel Mangena as their 5/1 favourite to win the show. His nearest challenger is Lauren Bannon at 9/1.
Will it be a happy return for Dancing On Ice? William Hill make reality TV favourite Jake Quickenden their 3/1 favourite to win the show with Max Evans popular at 5/1. Of the outsiders Donna Air is the most popular at 12/1.
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.
Joe McFadden was a fantastic result for Strictly fans having started the final as the 8/11 odds on favourite.
William Hill can report further cash for Adele to have the Christmas number one and she is now 2/1 from 25/1 in the space of 24hrs.
Closest Strictly As Punters Back Front Three You can make a case for all the front three in the betting for who will win the Strictly final at the weekend. The current 4/6 favourite is Joe McFadden, who has improved week on week and therefore is this year’s Strictly ‘journey’ contestant. Next at 9/4 is the inspirational Debbie McGee, who is without doubt the surprise package of the show and a genuine contender to pull in the votes at the weekend. Alexandra Burke is the best dancer but she has struggled to bond with the Strictly audience and as a result is a massive 6/1. At 10/1 Gemma is the outsider of the four and on paper she will need to do something extraordinary on the final night to take the trophy. “The Strictly final looks a very difficult call, the value bet has to be Alexandra as she could be sensational on the night,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams. “But my money is on Debbie who has been a revelation and an inspiration to mature men & women across the country.” Strictly Come Dancing Winner: 4/6 Joe McFadden, 9/4 Debbie McGee, 6/1 Alexandra Burke, 10/1 Gemma Atkinson