–Jojo Siwa, Amanda Kloots Become More Likely to Win the Season in Bookies’ Eyes–
Kenya Moore is now the odds-on favorite to be eliminated next on Dancing With The Stars, according to betting aggregators US-Bookies.com (See Disclaimer Below). Moore’s odds to be sent home next are 2/3 (60% implied probability). She’s followed by Imam Shumpert, whose odds to be voted off next are 7/1 (12.5%).
“Imam Shumpert has held strong odds to be sent home for the past few weeks, but now it’s Kenya Moore who holds that honor, with Shumpert at a pretty distant second,” says a US-Bookies spokesperson. “In fact, Kenya Moore’s odds to be voted off next are the strongest anyone’s had so far this season.”
Jojo Siwa strengthened her position as the favorite to win this season, as her odds improved from 9/5 (35.7% implied probability) to 13/8 (38.1%). She’s followed by Amanda Kloots, who also improved from 4/1 (20%) to 10/1 (23.1%). Suni Lee follows, but her odds have worsened from 11/2 (15.4%) to 7/1 (12.5%).
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“Suni Lee entered the season as the favorite to take home the Mirrorball Trophy, but her odds have worsened significantly since then,” says a US-Bookies spokesperson. “Meanwhile, Jojo Siwa and Amanda Kloots have been pretty close in the odds so far, so we’re likely to see either of the two win the season at this rate.”
Odds to Win Dancing With The Stars:
JoJo Siwa: 13/8
Amanda Kloots: 10/3
Suni Lee: 7/1
Melora Hardin: 10/1
Jimmie Allen: 12/1
Olivia Jade: 20/1
Mike Mizanin: 33/1
Cody Rigsby: 50/1
Iman Shumpert: 100/1
Kenya Moore: 100/1
Odds to be Eliminated Next on Dancing With The Stars:
Kenya Moore: 4/6
Iman Shumpert: 7/1
Cody Rigsby: 19/2
Mike Mizanin: 16/1
Olivia Jade: 25/1
Jimmie Allen: 33/1
Melora Hardin: 50/1
Suni Lee: 50/1
Amanda Kloots: 50/1
JoJo Siwa: 50/1
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.