Andy Whyment way overpriced for Dancing On Ice exit

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It does largely seem a three-horse race as to who will be the fifth celebrity voted off Dancing On Ice and as a result Andy Whyment looks a big price at 12/1 to leave.

After two appearances already in the skate off, Charlene Tilton’s days must be numbered and it is no surprise that she is the favourite to be sent home.

However, odds of 4/5 look worth opposing that she receives the bounce-back vote, having been saved at the expense of Corey Feldman by judges Louis Spence, Robin Cousins and Katarina Witt last week.

Meanwhile, the rumour is that Charlene’s next routine will be to the popular Lady Gaga tack ‘Poker Face’, which could have a positive bearing to whether she stays or goes.

In terms of likeability, Rosemary Conley is potentially the least loved by voters of the remaining acts left in the competition.

Rosemary received immunity from the last public vote after winning her personal duel with Andy and there is every chance that she will outscore the Coronation Street actor again.

However, it would be no surprise if this pair were in direct competition again, but this time in a skate off and Andy could lose out.

Rosemary is 2/1 in the Dancing On Ice odds to exit the show and so the better value bet is Andy.

His scores have consistently been among the lowest and as they least talented of all of the males left in the competition, Andy seems at risk.

Heidi Range is another to have previously spent time in the bottom two and does not look to have struck up the best bond on the ice with partner Andrei Lipanov, as the duo have not necessarily shown the best chemistry.

It is 10/1 that Heidi is the next celebrity eliminated on Dancing On Ice.

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Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.