Strictly Come Dancing final: Ore Oduba issues challenge to Danny Mac!

by Lisa McGarry
Strictly Come Dancing 2016: Ore Oduba

Strictly Come Dancing: Ore Set To Crash The Party On The Biggest Night In Shows History

William Hill can report a late move for Ore, who has been trimmed from 7/1 to 6/1 to win Strictly Come Dancing. Meanwhile Danny Mac is the 8/11 favourite with Louise offered at 13/8.

“Following on from last week there is a bit of a conspiracy theory that the producers are trying their best to get Ore over the line,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams. “That said it is now all about the performance on the night as all three would be worthy winners.”

With Len’s final appearance and the closest Strictly in years, William Hill predict that Saturday will see the biggest turnover in the programme’s history. Whilst it is just 4/1 that the final is confirmed as the most watched programme of 2016.

4/1 Strictly Final confirmed as the most watched programme of 2016

Strictly Come Dancing Winner: 8/11 Danny Mac, 13/8 Louise Redknapp, 6/1 Ore Oduba

Who Will be a Judge on Strictly Come Dancing, 2017: 4/6 Anton Du Beke, 3/1 Karen Hardy, 5/1 Brendan Cole, 10/1 Ian Waite, 12/1 Arlene Phillips, 12/1 Robin Windsor, 14/1 Gleb Savchenko, 14/1 Mandy Moore, 14/1 Ola Jordan, 14/1 Tom Chambers, 20/1Jason Gilkison, 20/1 John Meeham, 20/1 Louie Spence, 25/1 Angela Rippon, 25/1 Erin Boag, 25/1 Kimberley Wyatt, 33/1 Donny Osmond, 33/1 Jay McGuiness, 33/1 Wayne Sleep, 50/1 Ashley Banjo, 50/1 Andrew Lloyd Webber, 50/1 Michael Flatley, 100/1 Ed Balls

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!