Dancing on Ice 2019 Betting
Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby present one of Britain’s most loved competitions – Dancing On Ice. This show has been around since 2006 but after taking a break for a few years came back onto our screen in 2017.
The show involves many celebrities partnering up with professional figure skaters and battling it out each week. Here, we are going to talk you through how you can get involved in Dancing On Ice betting.
Dancing On Ice Betting Odds
The format of Dancing On Ice involves many couples putting on a performance each week, where they get scored by the judges followed by a public vote with one couple being eliminated. This means that there are plenty of betting markets for this show with the most popular being for the outright winner. You can bet on the outright winner at any point in the competition but the best Dancing On Ice betting odds will be at the start of the series.
Each week, you might also want to bet on the couple who gets eliminated by the public vote. Based on the judges’ scores you can make a fair assessment of which couple this might be, and the odds will reflect this. There is also a betting market for the couple with the highest combined judges’ score. This score can help you to get an idea of which couple to place your outright winner bet on.
Other Dancing On Ice betting opportunities include betting on which couples make it through to the final live show, which couple comes in second place and which couple will get eliminated first by the public vote. This show is very exciting, and each week will bring a different opportunity for a new bet.
Past Winners Of Dancing On Ice
Over the years, there have been 10 series of Dancing On Ice with many winners. The most recent season saw singer Jake Quickenden and Vanessa Bauer win. Other winners include singer Ray Quinn and Maria Filippov in 2014 and Olympic gymnast Beth Twiddle and Daniel Whiston in 2013. If you are planning on placing a bet on the outright winner, then make sure to consider the past winners and how their experience affected their win.
More Info About Dancing On Ice
Dancing On Ice is broadcasted on ITV and is hosted by much-loved presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield. The next series of Dancing On Ice is set to hit screens in January 2019 and it usually lasts around 10 weeks.
There are plenty of celebs signed up to compete including Gemma Collins, Brian McFadden, James Jordan and Wes Nelson. If you are thinking about placing a bet on one of the celebs to win the show outright then make sure to check out our Dancing On Ice betting odds here at TV Betting. Don’t place your bet too late if you want to get the best possible odds and return on your cash.