Bookies Cut Heather Mills Odds on Winning Dancing On Ice

Another day, another story about peg leg, sorry, Heather Mills.

Earlier this week, Heather Mills was named as a possible winner of the Reality TV show Dancing On Ice. Bookmakers at the time seemed to think she could win the show, despite all of Britain praying her leg gets pulled off while doing the headbanger move or something.

William Hill were predicting Mills as the biggest mover in the market after she performed surprisingly well on Dancing On Ice’s first show of the series last weekend. She even managed to pull praise from the judges on her first performance.

But yesterday the odds on Heather Mills dropped from 40/1 to 20/1. Even at those odds, she’s still lagging behind favourites Hayley Tamaddon (9/4), Gary Lucy (5/2) and Daniella Westbrook (7/1).

But enough about potential winners. Who is likely to be eliminated from the men’s first round on Sunday night’s show? The odds currently predict that comedian Bobby Davro will be given his marching orders with odds of just 2/1 to leave, while Dr Hilary Jones is also likely to go with odds at 9/4.

A spokeswoman for William Hill said: “The odds suggest that Bobby Davro will be lucky to survive the boot, and amazingly Heather Mills now loooks like a real contender.

My prediction? Heather Mills hasn’t got a hope in hell of winning Dancing On Ice this year. The whole of Britain hate her. The only reason people are keeping her in right now is in the hope she falls flat on her face while doing a routine. Give it 3/4 weeks and she will be gone in my opinion.

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