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Jenny Woo Talks More Dancing With The Stars 2011 Betting Odds (Video)

Written by:
Jordan Bach
Published on:
Oct/03/2011
Dancing With The Stars

With two weeks down, updated odds on Dancing With The Stars 2011 were available. 

One of the most popular shows on television, Dancing with the Stars, comes around every week and Jenny Woo from gambling911.com stops by DonBest.com to discuss all of the action around the show. All the eliminations and prognostications on who might go next can be found here.

Chaz Bono is still in it despite getting the lowest score from judges, which indicates he has a pretty solid fan following.  Still, the oddsmakers have him at 50/1 odds of winning this season’s Dancing With The Stars.

JR Martinez was still the favorite at 2/1 and Pat Williams personal favorite, Hope Solo, was at 3/1.  Ricki Lake was at 5/1 odds.  The former talk show host scored the best with judges last week.

- Jordan Bach, Gambling911.com

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