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Dancing With the Stars Betting Odds (September 29, 2008)

Written by:
Carrie Stroup
Published on:
Sep/29/2008
Brooke Burke

Wild On! Hostess Brooke Burke has now been made the favorite to win this season's installment of Dancing With the Stars. Her former employer, Sportsbook.com, has given Brooke Burke +200 odds to win Dancing With the Stars (a $10 bet would pay $20). Ms. Burke had been a spokesperson for Sportsbook.com up until two years ago. Since that time her career has tanked, only to be revitalized by her Dancing stint.

This could prove to be one of the most competitive seasons of the dancing competition with a total of six other contestants listed with the next shortest odds of +500 (a $10 bet pays $50)

Dancing With the Stars betting odds appear below and courtesy of Sportsbook.com

Brooke Burke +200

Cloris Leachman +10000

Cody Linley +600

Kim Kardashian +2000

Lance Bass +500

Maurice Greene +500

Misty May-Treanor +500

Rocco Dispirito +2500

Susan Lucci +500

Toni Braxton +500

Warren Sapp +500

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Carrie Stroup, Gambling911.com Senior Reporter

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