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Toni Braxton Booted From Dancing With The Stars

Written by:
Jordan Bach
Published on:
Oct/22/2008
Dancing With The Stars

One of the early favorites to win this season of Dancing With The Stars has been given the boot. Toni Braxton, who had been listed early on with 5/1 odds of winning the dance competition at Sportsbook.com provided the show's first shock of this fall.

Roger Catlin of the Hartford Courant points out that:

Off the hook were the two dancers who had scored lower than Toni Braxton: Lance Bass, who stumbled in his West Coast Swing with reigning champion Lacey Schwimmer; and preennially low-rated Cloris Leachman who tried the salsa. Each had 21 from the judges and were saved by viewers vote.

The depth of public support for Leachman was in question, though, when she was revealed to be in the bottom two last week.

Dancing With The Stars has provided substantial recreational betting for online gambling websites in recent years. The show's ratings have also continued to climb over this period of time.

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Jordan Bach, Gambling911.com

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