Chemmy Alcott has received 95% of elimination bets ahead of this week's Dancing On Ice show according to Ladbrokes.
The British skier is the odds-on (8/11) favourite to leave the show on Sunday and with 95% of bets placed on Alcott to face the axe it looks like her time on the ice is running out.
The skier has already been in the skate off three times so far this series, saved from elimination by only the judges' vote.
This weekend will see Chemmy and the four other remaining celeb stars skate with props, and bookies reckon CHemmy can't won't be staying on the ice much longer.
At the other end of the leader board Matthew Wolfenden has returned to top spot as the 10/11 favourite to win leaving Jorgie Porter on the drift at even money as punters begin to abandon her. Jennifer Ellison earns a 12/1 quote of lifting the Ice Trophy this year.
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "Punters have never been so sure of who'll leave next and unfortunately for Chemmy It's been one way traffic for her."
She added: "Wolfenden's back in pole position now and the odds suggest he'll stay there as we get towards the business end of the show."
Ladbrokes latest betting
Winner of Dancing on Ice
Matthew Wolfenden 10/11
Jorgie Porter Evens
Jennifer Ellison 12/1
Chemmy Alcott 66/1
To be eliminated next
Chemmy Alcott 8/11
Jennifer Ellison 6/1
Jorgie Porter 33/1
Matthew Wolfenden 33/1