Strictly Come Dancing 2016 winner: Danny Mac is the favourite ahead of the final

Strictly Come Dancing 2016 results odds!


Danny Mac is the super strong favourite to win Strictly Come Dancing 2016 tonight.

Last weekend we said goodbye to one more celebrity on the Strictly Come Dancing 2016 line up as the couples performed in the semi-final.

Those in the bottom were Claudia Fragapane and Danny. After dancing again, the judges decided to save Danny as Claudia became the next celeb to leave the competition.

Now just three celebrities remain and the competition is on as they head into the grand final tonight with Hollyoaks hunk Danny joining sports broadcaster Ore Oduba and singer Louise Redknapp on the line up.

Despite being in the dance off last Sunday, Danny is back on track as the clear favourite with Ladbrokes to win Strictly Come Dancing this weekend.

As the celebrities take to the dance floor for the final time this year, it's Danny who punters are clamouring over, which has seen his odds of being crowned as the 2016 champion slashed into 8/11.

In fact, one customer from Dorchester has placed the biggest bet of the series on the actor - a wager to the tune of £5000.

Second favourite, Louise, remains the most likely candidate to cause an upset at 13/8, which leaves Ore as the 7/1 outsider of the trio.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "Money talks, and as far as punters are concerned Danny will waltz his way to glitterball glory this weekend."

But who are you backing to win as we head into the Strictly 2016 final? Vote in last Strictly Come Dancing 2016 popularity poll below...

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Strictly Come Dancing's live shows continue next Saturday night on BBC One.

Next week is the final where the top three will dance their favourite routines and a show dance.

The public alone will then decide which of the three is crowned the winner.