The Voice Latest: Jason Jones’ odds take a tumble – Mo leads the way

It’s been a slow and steady start to this year’s series of The Voice, with a handful of potential stars showing some promise. But as things stand, our traders are yet to be blown away by any particular act, with Mo Adeniran continuing to lead the market.

While nobody has got near to the 21-year-old in the last two weeks, at 5/1, he’s hardly a certainty to win the competition.

And fan favourite Jason Jones is beginning to close the gap on Jennifer Hudson’s boy. After entering the market as a 16/1 outsider, a flurry of bets over the last few days has seen his odds cut in half to 8s.

Meanwhile, Into The Ark have seen their odds drift from 12/1 to 16s in the last few days, while Truly Scrumptious has gone out to 25/1 from 20s.

Week 2 brought little in the way of serious contenders as far as our traders were concerned, with Jamie Miller being the shortest priced act to progress to the Battle Round from last weekend.

But even he is considered a 16/1 outsider.

It’ll come as no surprise to you to learn that Mo is by far the most backed act in the competition.

And between them, him and second-favourite Jamie have received some 54.55 per cent of all bets so far, a huge figure considering there are 10 other contestants remaining.

It’s bad news for Georgie Braggins and Carter, who are both yet to receive a single bet in their favour. No surprise to see those two priced at 25/1 and 33/1 respectively, then.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

The Voice 2017 Winner:

Mo Adeniran – 5/1

Jason Jones – 8/1

Into The Ark – 16/1

Jamie Miller – 16/1

Michelle John – 16/1

20/1 bar

Click here for a full list of The Voice odds.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing


Alex Apati

Having graduated from Birmingham City University with a degree in Creative Writing with English, Alex joined the News team following a three year stint working for Ladbrokes behind the counter. When he's not watching darts, he's throwing them. Failing that you'll find him YouTubeing Thierry Henry's greatest Arsenal goals.