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Dancing With The Stars: Odds and Analyses
Mar 14 2009 - 12:06am
Dancing With The Stars is one of the most formidable shows on television right now as demonstrated by its record premier ratings. The opening week was a huge hit with over 22 Million viewers and the next episode comes this Monday night on ABC.
Likewise, Dancing With The Stars is receiving plenty of betting activity. Sportsbook.com has your full slate of Dancing With The Stars betting odds.
Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson and actor Gilles Marini are the new Dancing with the Stars co-leaders at Sportsbook.com.
Shawn Johnson (3:2)
The 17 year-old Olympic hero showed off her stuff last week with an opening score of 23. That effort helped make her the co-leader in odds.
Gilles Marini (3:2)
This French actor is best known for a role in the Sex in the City movie, and he got a high score of 24 for the evening.
Melissa Rycroft (7:4)
A former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader and jilted winner of The Bachelor, she impressed the judges with an opening score of 23.
Lil Kim (5:1)
The Grammy Award winner had a very respectable score of 21 in the opening round and she is someone to keep an eye on at these odds.
Chuck Wicks (8:1)
The country music artist is teaming up with his girlfriend Julianne Hough, and his opening score of 20 proves that could be a huge advantage.
David Alan Grier (15:1)
The comedic actor has some dancing talent and ended up with a score of 19. Now, can he tone down on the facial expressions?
Lawrence Taylor (15:1)
One of the greatest NFL defensive players in history, Taylor's opening score of 16 for his Cha Cha was considered a little low.
Holly Madison (15:1)
The Playboy Playmate scored an 18, which many felt was actually too high a score for the performance she put on.
Denise Richards (15:1)
Richards' version of the Cha Cha drew a lot of negative comments from the judges and she was promptly awarded a score of 18.
Belinda Carlisle (20:1)
The former pop star failed to impress the judges last week with a below-par, 17 out of 30 for her waltz.
The stuntman from the Jackass franchise was also awarded a 17 for his waltz even though he had his co-stars Johnny Knoxville and Wee Man cheering him on.
Ty Murray (25:1)
Murray is stuck down towards the bottom of the odds after his opening round of 14, a score which many felt was too harsh for the rodeo champ.
Steve Wozniak (100:1)
The Apple Computer icon wasn't expected to compete in this contest and his score of 13 confirmed those beliefs.
Be sure to bet on Dancing With The Stars at Sportsbook.com
Carrie Stroup, Gambling911.com Senior Reporter
Submitted by Carrie Stroup on Sat, 03/14/2009 - 00:03