Dancing on Ice enters its second week and, after the exit of Angela Rippon and Nadia Sawalha last week, there will be plenty of contestants sweating on whether they will make it through these preliminary stages.
Frank Lampard’s ex and Peter Andre’s current, Elen Rivas, is favourite in the Ladbrokes Dancing on Ice betting to fall at the first hurdle at 8/11.
Without a big fan base behind her she looks set to live up to the doubters expectations. Her only hope to sway the hugely indifferent public is if she pulls out a brilliant performance with partner Lukasz Rozycki.
Backing her to exit the show before it even gets going at 8/11 looks well worth a bet.
Dominic Cork is second favourite in the Dancing on Ice betting to be voted off this weekend at 6/5. Cork has been out of the limelight for years and could certainly be worth backing.
However, cricketers have shown in the past they have a knack of doing well on reality shows, with Darren Gough and Mark Ramprakash both winning Strictly Come Dancing, while Phil Tufnell won I’m a Celebrity… Get Me out of Here!
With interest in the sport high because of England’s Ashes victory, Cork may have enough to hang on.
That leaves Chloe Madeley – daughter of Richard and Judy stars, Richard and Judy – at 11/8 in the betting. She doesn’t have a large fan base because, well, she’s not really done anything, so backing her to be voted off could certainly be worth a bet.
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