After just three shows, Regan Gascoigne, son of England football legend, ‘Gazza,’ emerged as the early bookmakers’ favourite to win this year’s Dancing on Ice competition, and the talented skater is still the betting favourite as we head into the final week of the show
In actual fact, Regan Gascoigne should have already performed his final routine on the show. Dancing on Ice fans were left flabbergasted this past weekend when ITV opted to cancel the LIVE finale.
It’s not the first time that the hit show has been forced to cancel a scheduled broadcast but, usually, these cancellations have come about due to injuries and illness among the competitors…
Not so this weekend, however: Dancing on Ice producers opted to switch the live finale to a later date due to broadcast competition from the sports world, including ITV’s coverage of the England vs France Six Nations match.
The decision left ice-skating fans dismayed. But, on the plus note, it does mean that there is now an extra week to get your bets in and back the contestant that you most think capable of winning the esteemed title of Dancing on Ice champion.
Dancing on Ice Outright Winner odds
Odds are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change.
|Celebrity||Odds at Paddy Power|
|Regan Gascoigne||1/3 at Paddy Power|
|Brendan Cole||4/1 at Paddy Power|
|Kimberley Wyatt||7/1 at Paddy Power|
Who will win Dancing on Ice 2022?
Based on the aforementioned bookmaker odds from Paddy Power, we have calculated the implied probability of this year’s Dancing on Ice winner.
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