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Strictly Come Dancing 2018 Betting Preview
11th November Update
Danny and Amy departed prior to the excitement of next week’s Blackpool extravaganza. We can’t wait!
4th November Update
Dr Ranj Singh is the sixth celebrity to leave Strictly Come Dancing, after a dance-off with Charles Venn. A tricky decision for the judges, but inevitably the least improved had to swallow his own medicine and go home.
28th October Update
Spooky halloween is upon us and Strictky’s terrifying pair to be banished in more ways than one fell upon Seann Walsh and his professional dance partner Katya Jones as the fifth couple to be sent into the abyss.
21st October Update
Vick Hope and partner Graziano Di Prima along with Seann Walsh and his professional partner Katya Jones faced the dance off amidst the controversy only to see Vick Hope leave with their Cha Cha to More Than Friends by James Hype feat. Kelli-Leigh,
14th October Update
Katie Piper and dance partner Gorka Marquez are third to be eliminated from Strictly this week after been voted off by the public and panel with their rendition of their jive to Why Do Fools Fall in Love.
6th October Update
Well there was certainly no oiling required for Faye and Giovanni’s rendition of Grease You’re The One That I Want during movie week. Their fabulous Quick Step awarded great praise indeed by Shirley as one of the best seen on Strictly. Bottom two? Lee and Nadiya’s Back to the Future’s cha cha along with Lauren, Dr Ranj and Katie are all at risk. If only they could all go back in time.
29th September Update
First eviction night sees Ashley Roberts and dance partner Pasha Kovaliz grabbing the first 9 points of the series. Cha-chaing their way to the top spot leaving closest rival, Joe Sugg and Faye Tozer trailing one point behind. So who’s for the chop? Well with the poor attempt by Susannah Constatine it looks as if her and partner Anton Du Beke will be making a speedy first exit according to the bookies.
22nd September Update
Below are our Strictly Come Dancing betting tips posted up at the end of August 2018 just before this year’s series began. Our main tip Vick Hope is into 5/1 from 6/1 while our other two picks are out slightly. (Charles Venn 16’s from 14’s and Dr Ranj Singh 28’s from 22’s). We’re still hopeful we can get a run (or at least a fox trot) for our money.
Now we’ve had a good look at the contestants the Strictly betting odds have changed slightly. Here’s the best odds you can get as of Saturday 22nd September…
Latest Strictly Come Dancing Betting Odds:
- 9/2 Ashley Roberts
- 5/1 Vick Hope
- 8/1 Stacey Dooley
- 8/1 Danny John-Jules
- 11/1 Faye Tozer
- 12/1 Joe Sugg
- 14/1 Charles Venn
- 16/1 Lauren Steadman
- 18/1 Graeme Swann
- 18/1 Katie Piper
- 28/1 Ranj Singh
- 30/1 Lee Ryan
- 66/1 Kate Silverton
- 100/1 Seann Walsh
- 200/1 Susannah Constantine
30th August 2018
The full line-up for Strictly Come Dancing 2018 has come to light over the past few weeks and the BBC have outdone themselves with a stellar and exciting field of celebrity talent, from former boy band members to soap and film stars. So, who will win everyone’s favourite Saturday night show in 2018? Read on for our strictly Come Dancing betting predictions and tips…
Strictly Come Dancing Betting Tips
It’s the 16th renewal of the popular dancing show and the UK bookmakers have Ashley Roberts as their 7/2 favourite to win. The former Pussycat-Doll already has the moves and dance experience and she’s sure to go far on natural ability, but the judges and voting public may lean toward more of an amateur who has learned the dances from relative scratch compared to Roberts.
In 2017, Shirley Ballas joined the panel as Len Goodman’s Head Judge replacement, working with Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood and Darcey Bussell. Ballas had added sturdy focus on the quality of improvement and detail from performances and contestants seem to warm well to her feedback.
Like anything, success comes down to intent, work rate and passion and generally those who’ve gone far in Strictly are those with some latent physical ability, mixed with a will to win and work at improvement in a whole new skill. In 2018, there are two contenders standing out at the Strictly Come Dancing betting odds on offer…
Early Strictly Come Dancing Betting Odds
- 4/1 Ashley Roberts
- 6/1 Vick Hope
- 8/1 Danny John-Jules
- 8/1 Faye Tozer
- 12/1 Charles Venn
- 12/1 Stacey Dooley
- 12/1 Joe Sugg
- 16/1 Katie Piper
- 20/1 Lauren Steadman
- 22/1 Ranj Singh
- 25/1 Kate Silverton
- 28/1 Graeme Swann
- 50/1 Seann Walsh
- 66/1 Susannah Constantine
Strictly Come Dancing Betting Predictions & Tips:
Vick Hope to win at 6/1 with bet365*
Charles Venn to win at 12/1 with bet365*
Dr Ranj Singh at 22/1 with BetStars
So who will win Strictly Come Dancing 2018?
Vick Hope is a Capital DJ who had some dance experience from her days at school. She has an athletic physique and is also emotionally invested in her success on the show, as she told the press recently: “I’m a fan of the show so I’m very honoured to be part of it. I love Strictly. I promise you I’m going to work so hard. I’m so excited.”
Vick Hope has the looks, the passion and the profile to go far in the show. At Strictly odds of 6/1 generally she is a very solid looking bet.
— Daily Star (@Daily_Star) August 29, 2018
Can Charles Dance?
The second of our Strictly Come Dancing betting predictions is the recently added Charles Venn, who looks a good value bet at 12/1 with bet365.*
The 45-year old Venn, is a British actor from London who is best known for his roles as Ray Dixon in EastEnders and Jacob Masters from BBC medical drama Casualty. Sure, he isn’t getting any younger but he is a man that keeps himself in shape. He said recently about the competition: “Life is all about testing yourself, so let the games begin”.
Venn has a steely coolness and could creep into contention.
— BBC Casualty (@CasualtyHQ) August 28, 2018
Finally, Dr Ranj Singh looks a big price at 22/1 with BetStars. All parents with kids will know him and he dances and sings really well in his TV programme. After first week he could well be down to single figures.
* Odds correct at the time of writing