Strictly Come Dancing 2016: Judge Rinder is favourite to be next out


Judge Rinder is the favourite to leave Strictly Come Dancing 2016 this weekend.

Strictly Come Dancing has reached it’s quarter final stages, but one unlucky celeb will be sent packing this weekend, thus seeing them miss out on the semi-finals.

That could be Judge Robert Rinder, if the betting is anything to go by as he is the clear favourite at 2/7. Claudia Fragapane is next in the betting, but at 9/2 she is far cry from Rinder’s odds on price.

The rest of the celebs look relatively safe with Ore Oduba priced at 5/1, Louise Redknapp 28/1 and Danny Mac a 50/1 longshot.

Former Hollyoaks actor and favourite to win Danny Mac scored the perfect score of 40 for consecutive weeks which saw his odds shorten further to 4/5 from 10/11, making him appear unbeatable at this late stage in the competition.

Louis Redknapp remains in Danny’s shadow as the 7/4 second favourite to win the Glitterball trophy.

Aoife Heffron, PR Executive for BoyleSports commented “It’s the quarter-finals of Strictly which means there is no room for mistakes. The competition has most certainly gone up a level, but one who is expected to fall short this weekend in Robert Rinder as he heads the elimination betting as the odds on 2/7 favourite to waltz away for good.”

She added: “Following yet another perfect score, Danny mac was cut to 4/5 from 10/11 further distancing him from any possible threats within the betting and competition.”

The remaining five couples will return to the dancefloor in a Musicals themed quarter final of the competition on Saturday 3rd December at 7PM.

Then on Sunday 4th December at 7.20pm on BBC One one more celebrity will leave the competition in the latest results show.

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