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Posted by: Betting.Betfair on Dec 15, 2011 at 08:08:10 AM
[b][i]The market gives Harry Judd a 73.53% chance of claiming Strictly Come Dancing's Glitter Ball Trophy, but he was outclassed by both his of final opponents, Chelsee Healey and Jason Donovan last week. And more disappointment awaits, says the Betfair Contrarian[/i][/b] [u]There's little separating the finalists [/u]In a Strictly first, the name at the top of the leaderboard has changed in each of the nine weeks leading up to the final. Harry has posted the highest score just twice in total - compared to four times apiece for Chelsee and Jason - and he is the only one of the trio yet to get a ten from stingiest judge Craig Revel Horwood. Therefore, the McFly drummer doesn't have a big enough advantage on the dance floor to justify odds of 1.36, so they must reflect an assumption that...
Posted by: Betting.Betfair on Oct 28, 2011 at 06:12:09 PM
[b]Can the Scottish firebrand deny her elimination rivals Audley Harrison and indestructible Nancy? No, say Alan Dudman in his weekly look at the Strictly Come Dancing odds...[/b] There is a new kid in town, as the Eagles wistfully once crooned. And talking of musical heavyweights - McFly drummer [b]Harry Judd[/b] is our new Strictly favourite at 3.15. I was hoping for someone (or in the case of Nancy, something) to come out of the shadows and take on Jason. We had it last weekend, and it's very much game on. The Juddmeister showed his class in the ballroom once again, picking up an impressive 35 point waltz. His timing is being honed to almost perfect, and Len was close to giving a top mark 10. The choreography went a bit awry with the whispering, a tactic which divided the judges...
Posted by: Betting.Betfair on Sep 8, 2011 at 08:41:22 AM
Another set of C-list stars and ageing sportsmen are limbering up for a spell in the lycra-clad spotlight with the eighth series of Strictly Come Dancing on the horizon. The lineup for the BBC's X-Factor alternative has been announced and it's the usual mix with the contenders seemingly chosen to fit the series stereotypes we have been primed to expect. As Len Goodman will no doubt say, seveeeen! So in the attractive, no doubt drama school-trained female camp we have Holly Valance, formerly of Neighbours and the (old man alert) pop charts and currently starring in a Fosters advert. Valance - 6.6 to win - will surely come equipped with a pair of fully-functioning dancing feet and more importantly for red-blooded males on the sofas of great Britain, she will presumably look ravishing...
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