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Betting Dancing With The Stars, Season 6

Last season it was down to a Spice Girl and a race car driver. This year, a skater and an R&B singer are the favorites early on. But can another football player win this year? Or will the first deaf contestant ever go all the way? This season looks to be packed with awkwardness and awesomeness at the same time!

Cristián de la Fuente and Cheryl Burke

He’s a movie star in his home country of Chile, and he’s got hotness in spades. We like that. He also was involved in an acrobatics troupe, which is, like, triple hot. We think he might be a dark horse for the dudes, but he can’t get cocky or Cheryl Burke will break him in two. She’s hot enough to do it.
Opening Week Odds: 12 to 1
Week 2 Odds: 10 to 1
Week 3 Odds: 13 to 1
Week 4 Odds: 15 to 1
Week 5 Odds: 20 to 1
Week 6 Odds: 20 to 1
Week 7 Odds: 40 to 1
Week 8 Odds: 10 to 1
Week 9 Odds: 15 to 1

Jason Taylor and Edyta Sliwinska

Jason is the 2006 NFL Defensive Player of the year, the hottest man in American football, and is Jocelyn’s boyfriend. You’ll want him to be your boyfriend too, trust us. We’ve seen him do some broadcast work for the NFL and he’s got charm up the wazoo. And Edyta doesn’t mess around, either. Football players have always done well, and Jason will be no exception, we expect.
Opening Week Odds: 9 to 4
Week 2 Odds: 7 to 4
Week 3 Odds: 3 to 2
Week 4 Odds: 13 to 10
Week 5 Odds: 7 to 5
Week 6 Odds: 3 to 1
Week 7 Odds: 7 to 4
Week 8 Odds: 9 to 4
Week 9 Odds: 9 to 4

Kristi Yamaguchi and Mark Ballas

Kristi has the most advantage: she’s a former pro figure skater, which means that she knows how to bring elegance and poise to the dance floor. She also used to skate doubles, which means she knows how to work with a partner. With Mark Ballas, who’s also won a gold medal for dancing, they should be a force to be reckoned with.
Opening Week Odds: 2 to 1
Week 2 Odds: 2 to 1
Week 3 Odds: 1 to 1
Week 4 Odds: 1 to 1
Week 5 Odds: 4 to 5
Week 6 Odds: 2 to 5
Week 7 Odds: 4 to 13
Week 8 Odds: 4 to 13
Week 9 Odds: 1 to 3

Who’s dancing away

Monica Seles and Jonathan Roberts

It was really awkward watching Monica on the floor. There was just no elegance or grace to her at all. Good on her for having fun and all that, but better to be out now than have us go through another week of that, really.
Odds At Elimination: 25 to 1

Penn Jillette and Kym Johnson

What do you do when your partner has a size 15 shoe? Have a floating tie as a prop during your dance so the judges don’t have to see the clear lack of coordination poor Penn couldn’t get himself around. But that’s okay, ’cause he’s better at his day job anyway.
Odds At Elimination: 50 to 1

Steve Guttenberg and Anna Trebunskaya

I mean, it was a valiant effort, right? I think if this was 1986, The Gutt would’ve had a shot, but he’s just not that nostalgic of a factor. Though he got some airtime for his charity work, which is a good thing. Keep smiling, Steve. Keep smiling.
Opening Week Odds: 40 to 1
Odds At Elimination: 40 to 1

Adam Corolla and Julianne Hough

I know, I was almost impressed by the unicycle. I had no idea he had that kind of coordination. But really, it was just difficult to watch him do this awkward Robot dance every week. And he tried to wow the crowd by being funny, and it just doesn’t work on this show. You can’t get away with a bad dance by being self-deprecating.
Opening Week Odds: 20 to 1
Week 2 Odds: 18 to 1
Odds At Elimination: 25 to 1

Priscilla Presley and Louis van Amstel

I mean, we tried to think that she had a chance, but the fact that, once again, another celebrity was just awkward every week made it less likely that she was going to go forward. That, and the fact that her FACE DIDN’T MOVE.
Opening Week Odds: 20 to 1
Week 2 Odds: 25 to 1
Week 3 Odds: 30 to 1
Odds At Elimination: 30 to 1

Marlee Matlin and Fabian Sanchez

You have to give it to her, for being deaf she did a hell of a job staying in for as long as she did. But it was getting pretty obvious that it was hindering more than it was helping with sympathy votes, because that last dance was just off all around. I loved her spunkiness, but everybody was sure she wasn’t going to go all the way.
Opening Week Odds: 10 to 1
Week 2 Odds: 10 to 1
Week 3 Odds: 15 to 1
Week 4 Odds: 15 to 1
Odds At Elimination: 18 to 1

Shannon Elizabeth and Derek Hough

Bet you thought it was going to be Cristián, didn’t you? Really, who gets a forearm cramp, other than guys who masturbate too much? Anyway. I’m sure some folks were waiting for Shannon and Derek to make out, which would’ve been both awesome and somewhat repulsive, but who could stand one more week of her crying? Go back to playing poker, yo.
Opening Week Odds: 18 to 1
Week 2 Odds: 20 to 1
Week 3 Odds: 22 to 1
Week 4 Odds: 22 to 1
Week 5 Odds: 25 to 1
Odds At Elimination: 25 to 1

Mario and Karina Smirnoff

They were hot together, but something just didn’t seem to fully click with Mario. He could’ve broken out early and stomped on the rest of the competition, but he just couldn’t do it. And honestly, he was just looking cheesy all season. Was it a surprise? Perhaps, because it was early, but really? Not so much.
Opening Week Odds: 4 to 1
Week 2 Odds: 5 to 1
Week 3 Odds: 15 to 1
Week 4 Odds: 13 to 1
Week 5 Odds: 12 to 1
Week 6 Odds: 6 to 1
Odds At Elimination: 15 to 1

Marissa Jaret Winokur and Tony Dovolani

Sure, she was adorable. But did you really think it was going to be Cristián or (god forbid) Jason going home that week? And add Mr. Hot Chilean still getting sympathy votes for his arm brace… thing. What exactly was that all about with the sparkles and whatever? Why am I not talking about Marissa at this point? Could it be because it was obvious she wasn’t going to the Final Three?
Opening Week Odds: 30 to 1
Week 2 Odds: 40 to 1
Week 3 Odds: 80 to 1
Week 4 Odds: 80 to 1
Week 5 Odds: 60 to 1
Week 6 Odds: 40 to 1
Week 7 Odds: 80 to 1
Odds At Elimination: 75 to 1

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