Strictly Come Dancing Betting Odds: Angela Rippon now HEAVY FAVOURITE to be the next celebrity to leave Strictly after BACK-TO-BACK Dance-Off appearances!

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Bookies have made Angela Rippon the clear favourite to leave Strictly Come Dancing this weekend with the latest betting odds now up.

Strictly Come Dancing Betting Odds: Angela Rippon now HEAVY FAVOURITE to be the next celebrity to leave Strictly after BACK-TO-BACK Dance-Off appearances!

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  • Angela Rippon is the clear favourite to leave Strictly Come Dancing this weekend
  • Ellie Leach has moved into heavily odds-on to win the show now at 1/4
  • We look at the full list of songs and dances for Blackpool this weekend

Angela Rippon is the clear favourite to leave Strictly Come Dancing this weekend

Journalist and television presenter Angela Rippon is now the heavy favourite with UK Betting Sites to be the next celebrity eliminated on this year's series of Strictly Come Dancing.

The 79-year-old has been in back-to-back dance-offs on the show and it may well be third time unlucky this weekend as the show heads to the famous Blackpool Tower Ballroom.

Betting odds now put Rippon as the clear favourite to leave the show next with her odds currently at 1/3 ahead of Annabel Croft and Angela Scanlon in the betting market.

William Hill's latest odds give an implied probability of 75% that it is Rippon who is the next celebrity that is voted off by the public and the judges at Blackpool this weekend.

Strictly Come Dancing Next EliminationOddsProbability
Angela Rippon
1/375.0%
Annabel Croft
3/125.0%
Angela Scanlon
7/112.5%
Bobby Brazier16/15.9%
What the expert says..

Angela Rippon is now the clear favourite to leave Strictly this weekend with bookmakers suggesting there's a 75% chance that she will be the next celebrity eliminated!

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Ellie Leach has moved into heavily odds-on to win the show now at 1/4

Betting odds also remain available for who will win Strictly Come Dancing with Ellie Leach's odds now shortening even further into 1/4 after numerous impressive dances.

Leach kicked off the series in the middle of the pack in terms of the betting market with bookies originally offering odds of around 12/1 for the former Coronation Street star to win the show.

Now though the latest betting odds suggest there's an 80% chance that she wins Strictly this series ahead of Nigel Harman in the market who sits as the 6/1 second favourite.

Strictly Come Dancing Winner 2023OddsProbability
Ellie Leach
1/480.0%
Nigel Harman
6/114.3%
Layton Williams
8/111.1%
Bobby Brazier9/110.0%
Angela Scanlon33/12.9%
Angela Rippon
100/11.0%
Annabel Croft
100/11.0%

We look at the full list of songs and dances for Blackpool this weekend

The full list of songs and dances that the celebrities will perform this weekend has been released by the BBC ahead of Strictly heading to Blackpool.

There are seven celebrities left on the show this series with a variety of different routines set to be performed this weekend.

We've taken a look at what they will be dancing to, with the full list revealed below:

  • Angela R and Kai: American Smooth to Tea for Two by Ella Fitzgerald
  • Angela S and Carlos: Argentine Tango to Back To Black by Amy Winehouse
  • Annabel and Johannes: American Smooth to Unchained Melody by Benedetta Caretta
  • Bobby and Dianne: Jive to Wake Me Up Before You Go Go by Wham!
  • Ellie and Vito: Charleston to Love Machine by Girls Aloud
  • Layton and Nikita: Couple’s Choice to Ain’t No Other Man by Christina Aguilera
  • Nigel and Katya: Quickstep to It Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing by Duke Ellington

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