Ahead of Sunday’s first Dancing on Ice live show, leading online odds comparison site Oddschecker.com has confirm that Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle is the early favourite to be crowned 2013 Dancing on Ice champion, with odds of 5/2.
Eastenders star Matt Lapinskas is second favourite at 4/1.
At the other end of the bookies’ leaderboard, Labour politician Oona King is a best price 100/1 to win this year’s show and Anthea Turner at 66/1.
Best price odds to win across 18 leading bookmakers:
Beth Tweddle: 5/2
Matt Lapinskas: 15/4
Samia Ghadie: 6/1
Shayne Ward: 7/1
Pamela Anderson 14/1
Luke Campbell: 16/1
Gareth Thomas: 65/4
Lauren Goodger: 51/2
Keith Chegwin: 50/1
Joe Pasquale: 101/2
Anthea Turner: 66/1
Oona King: 100/1
Dancing on Ice 2013 begins tomorrow (Sunday) at 6.15pm on ITV1 and ITV1 HD
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