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- Peter Crouch is the bookies favourite to be a contestant on next year's Strictly Come Dancing
- Lionesses star Jill Scott also features in the betting market at 5/2
- Hamza Yassin won the show this past weekend despite being a big outsider at the start
Peter Crouch is the bookies favourite to be a contestant on next year's Strictly Come Dancing
Crouch is now a jack-of-all-trades after finishing playing football with a popular podcast, various presenting roles and best-selling books too.
Betway say there's a 40% chance that he adds dancer into that with a Strictly appearance always linked with Crouch after his famous robot celebration back in his playing days.
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Good Morning Britain's weather presenter Laura Tobin and former Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker are the next two in the betting market at 2/1.
Great British Bake-Off's Sandro Farmouse is a 3/1 shot in the betting with Martin Lewis wrapping up the top 6 at odds of 7/2.
Peter Crouch is the outright favourite to be a contestant on next year's Strictly Come Dancing with a 40% chance of doing so according to the latest odds. Strictly producers will already be planting various seeds around future contestants on the show with this year's series ending at the weekend.
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Lionesses star Jill Scott also features in the betting market at 5/2
Queen of the Jungle and former Lionesses star Jill Scott is 5/2 to feature on next year's Strictly Come Dancing.
Scott's odds have drifted slightly from the 6/4 she was to appear at the start of December but it's something that could well happen next year.
Football punditry will likely be on the cards for Scott who is a respected figure in the football world but that wouldn't harm any Strictly appearances.
Jill Scott Betting Specials: Queen of the Jungle Scott is just 6/4 to be a contestant on STRICTLY COME DANCING next year according to bookmakers!
Hamza Yassin won the show this past weekend despite being a big outsider at the start
Countryfile and Animal Park cameraman and presenter Hamza Yassin was crowned the winner of Strictly at the weekend after being favourite for the last 6 weeks.
Yassin though started off the show as a massive outsider with odds of 33/1 given for him to win, but slowly we saw him come into favourite for the show.
As the weeks went by Hamza's odds continued to drop and for the past month he was odds on to win the show which came to fruition on Saturday evening.
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