Janet Devlin shortest odds for any contestant after first weekend

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Simon Cowell is 10/1 with Ladbrokes to never appear on the X Factor again.

Record-busting ratings say he won’t be missed this year and the bookies now make him odds-on (1/2) to not appear in the entire series. It’s 6/4 he materialises at any stage.

Janet Devlin has also roared to the head of the betting (5/1 favourite) and she now has the shortest odds of winning the show any contestant has had after the first weekend. Frankie Cocozza is the 16/1 second favourite and Kitty Brucknell earns a 40/1 quote to win.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “The ratings spoke for themselves this weekend. The odds now suggest we may have seen the last of Cowell but who knows what tricks he has up his sleeve.”

He added: “It’s early days in the show winner betting but we’ve already got a red-hot favourite. We’ve never known odds so short after the first weekend and it looks like Devlin will take all the beating.”

Ladbrokes latest betting

Simon Cowell specials
To appear in this series
Yes – 6/4
No – 1/2
To never appear again on the X Factor – 10/1

X Factor winner
Others on request
Janet Devlin – 5/1
Frankie Cocozza – 16/1
Roxy Arnold – 40/1
Kitty Brucknell – 40/1
Heshima Thompson – 50/1
So So Status – 66/1
Goldie Cheung – 80/1

Winning manager
Kelly Rowland – 2/1
Gary Barlow – 9/4
Tulisa Contostavlos – 3/1
Louis Walsh – 3/1

Winning category
Girls – 2/1
Boys – 9/4
Overs – 3/1
Groups – 3/1

First to lose all their acts?
Louis Walsh – 7/4
Tulisa Contostavlos – 2/1
Gary Barlow – 3/1
Kelly Rowland – 4/1

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Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.