And the pressure is on for everyone, including the Dancing On Ice judges. On Sunday the Dancing On Ice judge that looks like the baddie from Lost had a fight with the Dancing On Ice judge who looks like Skeletor over the scoring system. Well, we say it was a fight – it was actually just the judges mumblingÂ at each other a bit, but if Dancing On Ice can call it a fight then we bloody well can as well.
So who’ll win Dancing On Ice? Here are the Dancing On Ice betting odds for Zaraah Abrahams, with help from Paddy Power…
Zaraah Abrahams – If you believe these Dancing On Ice betting odds, then you’ll see that Zaraah Abrahams occupies the mid-table slot, which is just bizarre. Zaraah hasn’t turned in a bad routine yet, but perhaps her hesitancy to whirl herself about like an attention-seeking goon like some of her competitors has seen her demure, graceful performances get lost in the pile. Zaraah needed to get noticed on Sunday’s Dancing On Ice – but could she manage it? You can’t say that she didn’t try, because her routine was to The Locomotion, a song about 50 times faster than anything she’s tried before. But all the increased tempo did was isolate her weaknesses. Lifts and spins aside, Zaraah looked decidedly unsteady on her feet, especially during the more energetic moments. What a waste of a sexy 1960s robot dress. SCORE – 22 – Current Dancing On Ice betting odds – 9/1
Tomorrow: Dancing On Ice betting odds for Suzanne Shaw. But if that’s too long to wait – or you feel like making more money than you know what to do with – head right over to the Paddy Power Dancing On Ice betting odds page to see the latest, and best, betting odds.