–JoJo Siwa Becomes Even Stronger Favorite to Win the Season–
Olivia Jade is the favorite to be eliminated next on Dancing With The Stars following the latest episode, according to betting aggregators US-Bookies.com (See Disclaimer Below). Her odds to be sent home next are 9/4 (30.8% implied probability). Cody Rigsby and Iman Shumpert follow closely at 19/5 (20.8%) and 11/2 (15.4%), respectively.
“Kenya Moore was sent home after being the odds-on favorite to be voted off last week,” says a US-Bookies spokesperson. “Though Olivia Jade’s odds of being voted off next aren’t as strong as Moore’s were last week, she is the most likely of the remaining contestants to be sent home.”
Though she’s held the best odds for past few weeks, JoJo Siwa is now the odds-on favorite to win Dancing With The Stars. Since last week, her odds to win improved from 13/8 (38.1% implied probability) to 4/5 (55.6%). Siwa is followed by Amanda Kloots, whose odds worsened from 10/3 (23.1%) to 11/2 (15.4%) since last week.
“The past few weeks have shown JoJo Siwa and Amanda Kloots pretty close in the odds, but Siwa has separated herself and strengthened her position as the favorite following the latest epsiode,” says a US-Bookies spokesperson. “Siwa’s odds to win suggest it’s now more likely than not that she’ll take home the Mirrorball Trophy this season.”
Odds to Win Dancing With The Stars:
JoJo Siwa: 4/5
Amanda Kloots: 11/2
Suni Lee: 10/1
Melora Hardin: 16/1
Jimmie Allen: 20/1
Mike Mizanin: 33/1
Cody Rigsby: 50/1
Olivia Jade: 50/1
Iman Shumpert: 100/1
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Odds to be Eliminated Next on Dancing With The Stars:
Olivia Jade: 9/4
Cody Rigsby: 19/5
Iman Shumpert: 11/2
Mike Mizanin: 6/1
Jimmie Allen: 10/1
Melora Hardin: 16/1
Suni Lee: 20/1
Amanda Kloots: 50/1
JoJo Siwa: 100/1
Disclaimer: The odds posted in this article are for illustrative purposes only, as wagering on such props is not currently legal in any U.S. state. The data was based on betting markets offered by UK/European/worldwide operators regulated in jurisdictions where wagering on these props is legal.