Dancing On Ice 2019 line up: Contestants revealed but who will win and who's out next?

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Dancing On Ice 2019 continues live tonight on ITV and another elimination looms.

Here are the latest odds as the Dancing On Ice line up of contestants prepare for their latest skate.


Cricketer Ryan Sidebottom may have narrowly avoided the chop last week, finding himself in the skate off with a now eliminated Saira Khan, but the odds suggest he will not have a lucky escape this week. At 4/9 Ryan is the red hot favourite to be sent packing on Sunday.

It’s not the first time Ryan has headed the elimination betting having been tipped in week two, however it was at the bigger odds of 9/5 which he defied.

Although Gemma Collins is second in line for the boot, her odds of 9/2 suggest that the GC made just live to skate another week.

Doubts hang over Brian McFadden’s ability to skate this weekend due to a back injury that he is currently seeking treatment for. Should he be unable to skate he may receive a pass to the next week like Ryan Sidebottom in week 4, however should he prove fit to skate the former Westlifer is 5/1 to be eliminated.

In the Outright is its Love Island’s Wes Nelson who has one hand already on the crown as he is the red hot 10/11 favourite with James Jordan at a stalemate at 13/8.

Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for bookmakers BoyleSports commented: “This weeks elimination on Dancing On Ice looks like it will be a cut and dry one as Ryan Sidebottom sees the odds on price of 4/9 and the majority of support from punters.

"There have been some nibbles at Gemma Collins’ 9/2 elimination odds, but her fans have proven to be a force to be wrecked with and they may just buy her another week on the ice this weekend.”

Dancing On Ice 2019 contestants and odds

Odds to win

Wes Nelson 10/11
James Jordan 13/8
Melody Thornton 7/1
Saara Alto 12/1


Brian McFadden 16/1
Jane Danson 20/1
Gemma Collins 25/1
Ryan Sidebottom 100/1

Dancing On Ice 2019 continues Sunday night at 6PM on ITV.

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