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Dancing On Ice Odds
Now that Strictly has finished for the year it is time for Dancing on Ice to captivate dancing fans and help fill the void, airing Sunday nights on ITV1 from early January through to March. Read More
Celebrities are paired with professional ice skaters to compete in an ice skating competition. The show has been on the air since 2006 and is produced by ITV Studios. Each week, the celebrities and their partners perform a series of ice dancing routines, and they are judged by a panel of experts. The couple with the lowest score is eliminated each week until the final, when the remaining couples compete for the title of "Dancing on Ice champion."
Check out all of the latest betting and our Dancing on Ice odds below.
Who is the favourite to win Dancing On Ice?
Before the show started British Gymnast Nile Wilson went into the competition as the bookie's favourite at odds of 3/1 because of his athletic ability. It looks as if the transfer onto the ice has been natural for him as he leads the betting. Nile is a five-time Commonwealth Games Champion and also has a Bronze Medal from the 2016 Rio Olympics. He retired from active competition in 2021 due to health problems created during his gymnastics career.
Following Wilson in the pre-show betting was former Love Island winner Ekinsu Culculoglu at odds of 7/2 who has proved popular with viewers on her previous show but was eliminated third on the show. Also top of the early betting is former TOWIE star Joey Essex who can be backed at odds of 4/1. He has remained around these odds as the competition continues, joined in third place by former Hollyoaks actress Carley Stenson.
Who has been eliminated from Dancing on Ice 2023?
- John Fashanu - Eliminated 22nd Jan
- Michelle Heaton - Eliminated 29th Jan
- Ekin-Su Culculoglu - Eliminated 5th Feb
- Patsy Palmer - Eliminated 12th Feb
- Darren Harriot - Eliminated 19th Feb
- Carley Stenson - Eliminated 26th Feb
- Mollie Gallagher - Eliminated 5th March
- Siva Kanswaran - Eliminated 5th March
- The Vivienne - Third Place - 12th March
- Joey Essex - Second Place - 12th March
- Nile Wilson - Winner - 12th March
The Wanted singer Siva Kaneswaran along with Coronation Street actor Mollie Gallagher both left the show in a double elimination in the semi-final on 5th March 2023.
That leaves just the three finalists, the odds-on Nile Wilson, The Vivienne and Joey Essex to battle it out to be named the Dancing on Ice winner of 2023.
Dancing on Ice Betting
The show now enters its 15th year and has even survived being cancelled (2015-2017 was a Dancing on Ice free zone) and it has since become a staple of Sunday night television.
Betting on the show has been available since the cast of the series was announced earlier in 2022 and if you have been checking on the social media profiles of the stars then you will have been able to track their progress and see if they have managed to avoid the scrapes and breakages that is normally associated with the show.
Betting on Dancing on Ice involves predicting which celebrities will win or place in the competition based on their perceived skill level and the judges' scores. Our betting partners offer odds on the outcome of Dancing on Ice contests and allow you to place bets on your predictions.
There are a few things to consider when placing a bet on Dancing on Ice:
Familiarise yourself with the celebrities and their backgrounds in skating or performing. This can give you an idea of their potential skill level and how they may fare in the competition.
Pay attention to the judges' scores and feedback. This can give you an idea of how the celebrities are performing and how they may be ranked by the judges.
Consider the odds being offered by different bookies. You may be able to find better odds on certain celebrities at one compared to another.
Don't forget to consider the risks involved in betting. It's always possible that your chosen celebrity may not do as well as you had hoped, so be sure to only bet an amount that you are comfortable losing.
It's important to note that betting on Dancing on Ice, or any other form of gambling, carries inherent risks and should be approached with caution. Be sure to gamble responsibly and only bet what you can afford to lose.
Frequently asked questions about Dancing on Ice
When does Dancing on Ice start and where can I watch it?
The show starts on ITV on Sunday, January 15 on ITV1 and is set to start around 7 PM.
Who is hosting Dancing on Ice?
The show will once again be hosted by the team of Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.
Who are the judges on Dancing on Ice?
The panel of judges is made up of Christopher Dean, Jayne Torvill, Ashley Banjo and Oti Mabuse.
Who won the last series of Dancing on Ice?
Regan Gascoigne, the son of footballer Paul Gascoigne won series 14 of the show in March 2022.
Who are the past winners of Dancing on Ice?
2022 – Regan Gascoigne
2021 – Sonny Jay
2020 – Joe Swash
2019 – James Jordan
2018 – Jake Quickenden
2014 – Ray Quinn
2013 – Beth Tweddle
2012 – Matthew Wolfenden
2011 – Sam Attwater
2010 – Hayley Tamaddon
2009 – Ray Quinn
2008 – Suzanne Shaw
2007 – Kyran Bracken
2006 – Gaynor Faye
Who is favourite to be eliminated first this year?
Leading the odds was former Love Island contestant Ekin-Su Culculoglu who is around 5/4 with most bookies, quickly followed by former footballer and Gladiators host John Fashanu at odds of 8/5.
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The show will be forever known for the amazing routine put in by former Eastenders actor Todd Carty who put in an amazing display when he appeared on the show in 2009, which saw him gain some of the lowest points in the history of the show.