Showbusiness By Rupert Adams

Xmas TV: Strictly vs Bake Off You Cannot Decide

The big Christmas Day battle for viewers is going down to the wire with the Strictly special & the Great British Bake Off joint favourites at 2/1. “With Len retiring & the Bake Off moving you can see why both programmes should get huge numbers of viewers tuning in,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.

Top Christmas TV Programme: 2/1 Strictly Christmas Special, 2/1 Great British Bake Off, 10/3 Mrs Brown’s Boys, 8/1 Call The Midwife, 10/1 Eastenders, 12/1 Frozen, 16/1 The Queen’s Speech (BBC), 33/1 Doctor Who

Len 6/1 knighthood

Who Will be a Judge on Strictly Come Dancing, 2017: 4/6 Anton Du Beke, 3/1 Karen Hardy, 5/1 Brendan Cole, 10/1 Ian Waite, 12/1 Peter Crouch, 12/1 Arlene Phillips, 12/1 Robin Windsor, 14/1 Gleb Savchenko, 14/1 Mandy Moore, 14/1 Ola Jordan, 14/1 Tom Chambers, 20/1Jason Gilkison, 20/1 John Meeham, 20/1 Louie Spence, 25/1 Angela Rippon, 25/1 Erin Boag, 25/1 Kimberley Wyatt, 33/1 Donny Osmond, 33/1 Jay McGuiness, 33/1 Wayne Sleep, 50/1 Ashley Banjo, 50/1 Andrew Lloyd Webber, 50/1 Michael Flatley, 100/1 Ed Balls

 

William Hill Odds To Take Part In Strictly 2017: 2/1 Jessica Ennis-Hill, 2/1 Jenson Button, 4/1 Tim Peake, 5/1 Samantha Womack, 4/1 Hetti Bywater, 6/1 Paula Radcliffe, 8/1 Gareth Malone, 10/1 Candice, 10/1 Emma Willis, 10/1 Billie Faiers, 10/1 Rita Simons, 10/1 Jamie Oliver, 12/1 Olly Murs, 14/1 Gemma Collins, 14/1 Anne Robinson, 14/1 Helen Flanagan, 16/1 Ryan Thomas, 16/1 Les Dennis, 16/1 Gordon Ramsey, 16/1 Phillip Schofield, 16/1 Amanda Holden, 16/1 Bradley Walsh, 25/1 Spencer Matthews, 25/1 Nick Clegg, 25/1 Calum Best, 25/1 Zac Goldsmith, 33/1 Cherie Blair, 33/1 Nigel Farage

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