Dancing On Ice Odds 2023: It’s Nile Wilson's Final To Lose
Nile Wilson is expected to skate to victory on Sunday's Dancing on Ice final, if his odds with bookmakers are anything to go by.
The Olympic gymnast has been odds-on to win the figure skating competition for a month, while his fellow competitors have seen their prices lengthen as the weeks have gone by.
Joey Essex is still the star's nearest competition, but he has been edging closer to a double-figure price since progressing to the final.
The Vivienne completes the line-up for the finale, during which the trio will have to perform three routines each, after singer Siva Kaneswaran and actress Mollie Gallagher were eliminated during last weekend's semi-final.
Dancing On Ice Outright Odds
Nile's Something Special
Nile is currently 1/3 with BetVictor to triumph on Sunday's final, and he hasn't been odds against on Dancing on Ice betting sites for the past four weeks.
It really would be some shock if the star doesn't win the competition at the weekend.
Despite his odds-on price, Nile - who was 3/1 to win the show before the skating even started - doesn't seem to be getting complacent, after admitting this week he has something special lined up for the final.
He said: "There's going to be things that have not been seen before on the show, but also in my competitive figure skating world."
Two couples will progress to the final round when they will take on legendary skaters and Dancing on Ice judges Christopher Dean and Jayne Torvill's iconic Bolero routine.
Joey Nears Double Figures
Former The Only Way is Essex star Joey is now 8/1 on specials betting sites, from 6/1 last week, but he is going in the wrong direction if he is to spring a final surprise.
Joey opened up as the 4/1 second favourite before he and his fellow contestants first took to the ice in January, and he has remained at a similar price all the way through the competition, but those starting odds have now doubled just days before the finale.
Even if Joey doesn't triumph on Sunday night, Dancing on Ice has been a success for the star, after he and his pro skating partner Vanessa Bauer struck up a close relationship.
He said this week: "Me and Vanessa have a great bond, we've always gotten on well with each other since day one.
"It's very special and I think it would be quite nice to see what’s going on in the outside because we're just mainly in the ice rink to be honest.
"We’re taking it day by day. We've got the final ahead of us all of our focus is definitely on the final."
The Vivienne Could Spring A Surprise
The Vivienne is also very much focusing on the final, but her chances of winning look slim if betting apps are anything to go by.
Despite progressing through the semi-final, ahead of Mollie and Siva, last week, she remains a 10/1 shot to triumph this Sunday.
One thing that may be putting punters off is The Vivienne's knees, after she fell during last week's semis.
She said afterwards: "My knees are hurting a bit, but I'm fine. We're dancing on ice, things happen."
However, the star has been relishing rehearsing the Bolero with Torvill and Dean this week and has enjoyed a "money can't buy" experience even if she doesn't land the coveted Dancing on Ice trophy.
She tweeted: "Having a two-hour session with Torvill and Dean was the stuff of dreams. An experience money can’t buy, and I didn’t stop smiling all the way through."
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