Latest Dancing With The Stars Odds (Season 11)

Written by:
Jordan Bach
Published on:
Oct/24/2010
Dancing With The Stars

Following the departure of Florence Henderson last week, the latest Dancing With The Stars odds found at Sportsbook.com suggest that Bristol Palin will be the next one gone based on her long odds of +3000.  Yes, Bristol Palin would pay out $300 for every $10 bet should she actually go on to win Dancing With The Stars.

Jennifer Grey continued to be listed as the big -250 favorite with her closest competition being recording artist/actress Brandy at 3/1 odds.  Gambling911.com believes Brandy might have some good value with a payout potential of $30 on every $10 bet should she win. 

The remaining Dancing With The Stars odds for Season 11 were:

Audrina Patridge 8/1

Kurt Warner 6/1

Rick Fox +350

Kyle Massey 30/1

- Jordan Bach reporting for Gambling911.com

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