Dancing on Ice continues to entertain on our TV screens and Sunday night saw the third celebrity voted off of the popular ice dancing program.

It was pre event favourite Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu who found herself in the dance off and she finally left the show, so lets take a look at all those updated odds for the celebrities who remain in ‘The Greatest Show on Ice’…

Dancing on Ice Odds

Nile Wilson – 5/6

Olympian Nile Wilson continues to shorten in price after another wonderful routine, scoring 34 points from the judges.

Can anyone break from the pack and stop the 27-year-old gymnast from picking up the big accolade of Dancing on Ice champion?


Joey Essex – 11/4

Essex has drifted slightly in the betting but still remains second favourite after another solid routine.

The judges awarded the reality star and his ‘partner’ Vanessa Bauer 30.5 points, which put them towards the top of the leaderboard.

Carley Stenson – 4/1

Ex Hollyoaks actress Carley Stenson has steamed into third favourite after a fabulous ‘samba style’ routine which picked up 32.5 on the judges cards.

The 40-year-old is clearly loving being in this competition and could be a dark horse to win the whole thing!

The Vivienne – 9/1

Drag Queen The Vivienne is improving week on week and a fantastic hoe-down jig earned her 32.5 points to put her and her partner Colin Grafton second on the night.

The 30-year-old continues to shorten in price and if she can make the final night, who knows?

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Mollie Gallagher – 11/1

Mollie and partner Sylvain Longchambon put on a show with a NFL/Cheerleader combo routine, which garnered 26 points on the night.

The Corrie star seemed to win the audience over, who gave a standing ovation, before booing the judges for the low score.

Siva Kaneswaran – 20/1

The Wanted singer had a great week with all four judges awarding 7.5 points for a total of 30, after skating a beautiful and elegant routine.

The 20/1 on offer looks on the long side when he is capable of high scores like that.

Darren Harriott – 33/1

Darren and his partner Tippy Packard scored towards the middle of the leaderboard with an above average score of 26.5.

The Bucks Fizz themed song was lapped up by the audience and Harriott may survive a few more weeks yet.

Patsy Palmer – 100/1

Ex-Eastender Patsy continues to hang on in there, after scoring 24.5 and finding herself in the dance off again.

Both Palmer and Ekin-Su burst into tears after their dance off, prompting Philip Schofield to dub it the most emotional dance-off ever.

Can the 50-year-old continue to defy the critics and remain in the show? We’ll find out next week!

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