Strictly Come Dancing final: Danny Mac beating Louise Redknapp!

by Lisa McGarry

Danny Mac’s Strictly Come Dancing odds slashed into 8/11

Danny Mac is back on track as the clear favourite with Ladbrokes to win Strictly Come Dancing this weekend.

As the celebrities take to the dance floor for the final time this year, it’s Danny who punters are clamouring over, which has seen his odds of being crowned as the 2016 champion slashed into 8/11. A customer from Dorchester has placed the biggest bet of the series on the actor – a wager to the tune of £5000.

Second favourite, Louise, remains the most likely candidate to cause an upset at 13/8, which leaves Ore as the 7/1 outsider of the trio.

Strictly Come Dancing 2016: Louise Redknapp

Courtesy of BBC

And finally, Anton du Beke is the clear favourite to fill the soon-to-be vacant spot on next year’s judging panel.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “Money talks, and as far as punters are concerned Danny will waltz his way to glitterball glory this weekend.”

Ladbrokes latest betting

Strictly Come Dancing winner 2016

Danny 8/11
Louise 13/8
Ore 7/1

To be a permanent judge on Strictly Come Dancing 2017

Anton du Beke Evens
Karen Hardy 8/1
Ian Waite 10/1
Tom Chambers 10/1
Brendan Cole 10/1
Carolyn Smith 10/1
Gary Edwards 10/1
Arlene Phillips 12/1
16/1 bar

Lisa McGarry

Lisa has been watching reality TV for too long now. She won't do any housework unless 'Big Brother' announces it over the tannoy and everything she does has to be put to a public vote!