2021 Dancing on Ice betting tips

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the show must go on and that certainly applies to the ITV talent show, with Dancing On Ice set to go ahead for a thirteenth series in 2021, with the professional and celebrity skaters currently rehearsing for the chance to shine when it comes to this reality TV talent show.

There are twelve ice skating couples set to line up and the bookies have been creating betting odds for Dancing On Ice, with some well-known celebrity names battling it out for the highest scores, with betting on the winner and the next elimination likely to be open throughout the series.

Jason Donovan Favourite to Win Dancing on Ice

Jason Donovan has succeeded when it has to come to a successful singing and performing career, with the Australian having become a resident Brit and it’s little surprise to find that the former Neighbours star is the early favourite with the bookies to win Dancing On Ice.

Donovan is currently trading at betting odds of 10/3 to win the competition along with ice skating partner Alexandra Schauman, with the actor likely to appeal to the watching public and we can be sure that he’ll put in some committed displays on the ice.

Faye Brookes Also Backed to Go Well at the Betting Odds

Faye Brookes is a face that is going to be well-recognised due to the fact that she appeared in Coronation Street for several years, with the 33-year-old having recently left the popular ITV soap after performing as Kate Connor and she’s now bidding to raise her profile on this show.

Brookes is trading no bigger than 9/2 to win Dancing On Ice, with Hamish Gaman paired up with the actress and he is among the more popular professional ice dancers which could benefit his celebrity partner.

Who Are the Other Favourites for Dancing On Ice?

There are a clutch of other celebrities who are all trading at similar betting odds to win 2021 Dancing On Ice, with Joe-Warren Plant having the potential to go deep in the competition and the Emmerdale actor has been appearing on the ITV soap opera for several years and will also be respected and also appeal to the youth vote.

Graham Bell will be an interesting contestant due to the fact that he and his brother Martin competed in the Olympics when it came to skiing, so we should actually expect this competitor to be highly talented and put together some strong performances due to his pedigree.

Colin Jackson has also made several Olympic performances thanks to his sprint hurdling expertise and the Welshman could be the consummate professional, with the BBC presenter having previously shone on a celebrity special version of Strictly Come Dancing.


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