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Debbie McGee into 6/1 for Strictly crown as Brian Conley struggles

| 25.09.2017

Debbie McGee has been slashed into 6/1 from 20/1 to win Strictly Come Dancing after a magical performance in week one. 

The 58-year-old proved she still has a trick up her sleeve by producing a steamy rendition of the Paso Doble on Saturday evening.

Considered a rank outsider at the start of the show, McGee is now third favourite to waltz away with the crown.

Aston Merrygold remains the man to beat after his odds were cut from 3/1 into 5/2 to claim the Glitterball Trophy.

Meanwhile, Hallelujah singer Alexandra Burke showed she doesn’t need a miracle and is now 5/1 second favourite.

Early fancy Mollie King has drifted to 7/1, while Gemma Atkinson and Davood Ghadami are 9/1 and 10/1 respectively.

For some of the early competitors though, it’s all about avoiding the slow dance towards the exit.

That’s certainly the case for Brain Conley, who has emerged as the 2/1 favourite to be the first act eliminated.

He’s followed by Simon Rimmer at 5/2 and Rev. Richard Coles, who is 6/1 to say his final prayers on the dancefloor.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Strictly Come Dancing Winner

Aston Merrygold  – 5/2

Alexandra Burke – 4/1

Debbie McGee – 6/1

Mollie King – 7/1

Gemma Atkinson – 9/1

Davood Ghadami – 10/1

Joe McFadden – 10/1

Jonnie Peacock – 11/1

Charlotte Hawkins – 25/1

Chizzy Akudolu – 50/1

Richard Coles – 50/1

Susan Calman – 50/1

Brian Conley – 100/1

Ruth Langsford – 100/1

SImon Rimmer – 100/1

First Elimination

Brian Conley – 2/1

Simon Rimmer – 5/2

Richard Coles – 6/1

Ruth Langsford – 6/1

Susan Calman – 6/1

Chizzy Akudolu – 12/1

Charlotte Hawkins – 16/1

Gemma Atkinson – 25/1

Davood Ghadami – 50/1

Debbie McGee – 50/1

Jonnie Peacock – 50/1

Mollie King – 50/1

Alexandra Burke – 100/1

Aston Merrygold – 100/1

Joe McFadden – 100/1

Click here for all the latest Strictly Come Dancing odds.

All Odds and Markets correct as of the date of publication



Nick Murphy

Nick is a graduate of the UEA where he doubled up as the sports editor of the student newspaper. He supports Dagenham & Redbridge and previously edited the matchday programme at Victoria Road. Darts and Horse Racing are among his other favourite sports.