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- Newsreader Krishnan Guru-Murthy is the early favourite to be first to leave this year's Strictly Come Dancing
- Bobby Brazier moves back into favourite to win this year's Strictly
- The full list of celebrities for Strictly has been released
Newsreader Krishnan Guru-Murthy is the early favourite to be first to leave this year's Strictly Come Dancing
As always the standard winner market is here for the new series but bookies are already offering odds on who the first celebrity to leave the series will be this year.
Channel 4 newsreader Krishnan Guru-Murthy is the early favourite at 5/2 to be the first celebrity to be eliminated on this year's series with the market tight over who will go.
Jody Cundy and Les Dennis follow just behind Guru-Murthy in the betting market with William Hill offering the odds on the first celebrity to leave Strictly.
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Newsreader Krishnan Guru-Murphy is the early favourite at 5/2 to be the first celebrity to be eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing this year with bookmakers already offering odds on who will be the first to go!
Bobby Brazier moves back into favourite to win this year's Strictly
Betting on the Strictly Come Dancing winner has already chopped and changed right around and we'll likely see more change in the market after Saturday's launch show.
The launch show will be where we officially see who each celebrity is partnered up with, although we have already seen various leaks appear, and this should move the market around.
Bobby Brazier was favourite when the celebrities were first announced before drifting slightly, but he is now back into favourite to win this year's Strictly series.
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The full list of celebrities for Strictly has been released
The full list of celebrities for this year's Strictly Come Dancing ranges from Soap Stars to Newsreaders and a massive range of ages too.
Bobby Brazier is the youngest contestant on the show this year at 20 years old with Angela Rippon the oldest at 78.
The Strictly class of 2023 is:
- Layton Williams, 28, Film and Theatre actor
- Adam Thomas, 34, Waterloo Road actor
- Nikita Kanda, 28, Radio and TV host
- Zara McDermott, 26, Love Island star and Documentary maker
- Angela Rippon, 78, Radio and TV host
- Angela Scanlon, 39, TV Presenter
- Eddie Kadi, 40, Radio presenter and Comedian
- Amanda Abbington, 49, Actress
- Krishnan Guru-Murthy, 53, Channel 4 News host
- Ellie Leach, 22, Actress
- Les Dennis, 69, Actor and Presenter
- Annabel Croft, 57, Former Tennis player and Presenter
- Jody Cundy CBE, 44, Paralympian
- Bobby Brazier, 20, Actor
- Nigel Harman, 50, Actor
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