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Terms Apply No Code Required 4.5/5 £20 free bet welcome offer Go to Skybet Go to review Opt-in required. cash stakes only before 23:59 on sunday. odds 1/1 or greater. cashed out & tote bets excluded. free bets stakes excluded in returns. no free bet expiry. t&cs apply.Dancing on Ice Odds 2020 – Outright Winner Odds Comparison❓ Where to find Dancing on Ice at the operator site? ✅ Look under All Sports -> TV/Specials BettingPerri Kiely4/114/114/92/5Maura Higgins22/122/114/120/1Joe Swash22/122/120/125/1Ben Hanlin40/140/133/133/1Ian H Watkins9/29/24/14/1Caprice20/120/120/114/1Libby Clegg7/17/17/17/1Kevin Kilbane50/150/150/150/1Trisha Goddard (eliminated 1st)n/an/an/an/aLisa George14/114/114/116/1Michael Barrymore (pulled out)n/an/an/an/aLucrezia Millarini (eliminated 2nd)n/an/an/an/aRadzi Chinyanganya33/133/120/133/1Updated: January 25th, 2020 Skip to Week 3 odds in-depth analysis ↓Dancing On Ice 2020 Betting – Potential Winners OverviewHere’s a full rundown of the hottest tipped contestants for the 2020 series of Dancing on Ice…Perri KielyPerri KielyPerri quickly became the odds-on favourite to take the crown as 2020 Dancing On Ice chap shortly after being announced. The diversity dancer certainly has the experience and skills to perform on stage, but will that translate onto the ice rink, we will have to wait and see. When asked about appearing on the reality show he said, “I’m not going to lie, I’m a little bit nervous. I’ve had a couple of training sessions so far and I’m not going to lie, it’s hard. I can stand up on ice and skate about a bit, but technique, it’s difficult!”He’s used to being the one who’s thrown into the air so appearing on the dancing show will be somewhat of a role reversal for the Britain’s Got Talent champion. “I would love to backflip on ice, imagine how sick that would be!” he added. Yikes!His dancing experience and fitness see Perri as the pre-show favourite to win it. William Hill has him at 4/9 to become the champ. Betway gives odds of 2/5. 3 Reasons Perri Kiely is Most Likely to Win His partner Vanessa Bauer won the 2018 edition and came second in the 2019 edition. Perri Kiely has already won two celebrity reality TV competitions – diving-based show Splash! in 2014, and The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand up to Cancer in 2018 Perri Kiely is a professional dancer – same as James Jordan who won the 2019 edition of Dancing on Ice.Maura HigginsMaura HigginsOne of the stars of the most recent series of Love Island this past summer, Maura Higgins is set to be one of the twelve celebs battling it out on the ice. She was a huge hit with viewers of Love Island over the summer, so it’s no surprise that she is set to star in the 2020 lineup. She’s quoted as saying – “I’ve skated once in my life for fun, so I’ve no experience at all. I’m up for the challenge. I’m more excited than scared. I’m competitive so I think that will drive me.”Maybe it’s that excitement which has put her as the second favourite to win Dancing On Ice 2020 with Maura currently at 14/1 with William Hill. Joe SwashJoe SwashThe former Coronation Street star and King of the Jungle in I’m a Celebrity – Get Me Out of Here, Joe Swash was the ninth celeb to be announced for Dancing On Ice 2020 much to the delight of the show’s fans. Appearing on the daytime chatfest Loose Women to confirm the news, Joe said, “I can’t even dance on a dance floor so Dancing on Ice is just a silly idea! I’ve done no exercise since the baby was born. Stacey thinks it’s funny. I’m going to learn how to skate and I’ll do it with a smile on my face.”He is certain to have the fans behind him just like he did during his stint in the Jungle, but will that translate into being crowned King of the Ice too? Joe is currently the third favourite to win the series, possibly more because of his massive fan base than his dancing talents. Bet365 and Betway both give him odds of 22/1. William Hill currently offering him as a winner at 20/1. Ian ‘H’ WatkinsIan ‘H’ WatkinsFans of 90’s pop rejoice! Steps superstar ‘H’ is the fifth celebrity to have been confirmed for Dancing On Ice 2020. Appearing on morning ramble fest Good Morning Britain to confirm his place in the lineup, H said, “What am I doing? I have frantically been You Tubing James Jordan and Ray Quinn. I have kids now so it’s a skill I can learn and take my kids to the ice. It’s scary and exciting and now there’s no turning back. I know I’m going to be put through my paces and that’s the name of the game.”Ian has teamed up with Matt Evers – professional skater – to become the first same-sex duo to take part in a talent competition on British TV.Ian is obviously hoping that he time dancing around to the hits of Steps hasn’t been entirely lost and he’s currently the fourth favourite to win. William Hill gives the shortest odds at 4/1 whilst Betway have him at a lengthy 9/2. Full List of ParticipantsDancing On Ice features its first same-sex couple in 2020.CelebrityKnown forProfessional partnerBen HanlinMagicianCarlotta EdwardsCaprice BourretModelHamish GamanIan “H” WatkinsSteps singerMatt EversJoe SwashActorAlexandra SchaumanKevin KilbaneFootballerBrianne DelcourtLibby CleggParalympianMark HanrettyLisa GeorgeCoronation Street actressTom NaylorLucrezia MillariniITV News presenterBrendyn HatfieldMaura HigginsLove Island starAlexander DemetriouRadzi ChinyanganyaFormer Blue Peter presenterJessica HatfieldPerri KielyDiversity starVanessa BauerTrisha GoddardQueen of Daytime ChatŁukasz RóżyckiQuick Facts About Dancing on Ice Dancing on Ice came back on January 5, 2020 The season finale is scheduled for March 14, 2020 Betting on the winner is already openDancing On Ice has become one of the biggest staples of the reality game show genre and has become a major source of revenue for ITV. Millions are guaranteed to tune in for the duration of each series in order to find out which of a selection of celebrities will win the competition.Format: Each week the competitors perform a figure skating routine along with their partner (who is a professional skater) and are then awarded a score by a panel of expert judges.The duo with the lowest score is eliminated and the others progress to the next round. Interspersed with the actual competition, is footage of the stars in training, documenting their ups and downs as they attempt to perfect their performances. In simple terms, think of it as essentially being Strictly Come Dancing but on ice.Needless to say, with so many viewers watching and the tournament-like structure of the show, there is a fair amount of uncertainty and excitement surrounding the eventual outcome, much like traditional sporting events. But it may surprise some people to learn that you can actually bet on the outcome and potentially win big.How To Bet On Dancing On IceLike many other contests, it’s possible to bet on the results of Dancing On Ice. This is most easily done by visiting a bookmakers website (such as William Hill or Betfair etc), where the odds of each candidate winning will be updated regularly for customers to place their bets.Interestingly, the Dancing On Ice 2019 betting odds were quite varied, with many contestants rising and falling as favourites throughout the course of the show. This can be based on things such as the way their training progress is portrayed on-screen and also how they performed in the previous week’s contest.The most lucrative bets obviously come later in the season, as the potential performance gaps between the competitors widen and the odds become more pronounced as a result.Though this does mean that weaker competitors will have to be luckier and luckier in order to progress to the final round and ensure that the gambler takes home a pot of winnings. However, as previous seasons have shown, unexpected contestants can sometimes prevail, meaning that betting on a surprise winner early on can also yield massive rewards.Previous WinnersPrevious winners of recent seasons include Beth Tweddle (Olympic gymnast), Ray Quinn (singer) and Jake Quickenden (reality TV star).Generally, the quality of each week’s performance is down to how well the celebrity and their professional partner can work together on the night and whilst in training, as well as their athletic ability. Although people in better shape will have a distinct advantage, it is by no means a guarantee that the professional athletes will secure the top position.