The participants of Strictly Come Dancing 2021 face the first elimination this weekend and bookmakers are predicting who could leave.
The likes of Tilly Ramsay, Greg Wise, Judi Love and Adam Peaty have all hit the dance floor on the BBC show.
This Sunday a celebrity will leave the competition and bookmakers are betting that rugby star Ugo Monye will be first.
Strictly Come Dancing 2021: who will be eliminated?
According to bookmakers Betfair, Ugo is the favorite to be the first celebrity to be voted out with odds of 9/4, just ahead of Dragons’ den star Sara Davies (11/4).
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TikTok star Tilly is now in third place with odds of 4/1.
Actor Greg is just behind with 6/1, while Loose Women star Judi is 7/1.
Elsewhere, Robert Webb’s odds are 8/1, while former Coronation Street star Katie McGlynn is 10/1.
BBC breakfast host Dan Walker is at 18/1, followed by former EastEnders actress Nina Wadia (33/1).
At the bottom we have the TV presenters Rhys Stephenson, AJ Odubu and Adam with odds of 66/1.
After all, John Whaite has odds of 80/1, while EastEnders star Rose Ayling-Ellis is also at the lower end of 80/1.
Betfair also posted odds on the favorite, and Rose took the top spot.
Rhys and John follow close behind.
At this point in the competition, Sara is the least likely favorite to win the Strictly Glitterball trophy.
Betfair spokesman Sam Rosbottom said: “She may have won the last two series of Strictly, but Oti Mabuse cut out her work with dance partner Ugo Monye …
“… With the rugby star the favorite in betting on 9/4 to be the first celebrity to be chosen from this series.
“The odds suggest that Monyes’ main competitor for dance-off Dragon’s Den investor is Sara Davies, who is 11/4 …
“… before that there was a certain gap to Tilly Ramsay on 4/1 and Greg Wise on 6/1.
“Regarding the serial winner, Rose Ayling-Ellis is still the most likely winner of this year’s Strictly at 3/1.
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“But people like John Whaite and Adam Peaty, both now 4/1 – have shown that she has some competition at the top of the leaderboard.”
Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday October 2nd at 6:45 p.m. on BBC One.
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