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Queen Bea Abdicates... David New Dancing King

Queen Bea Abdicates... David New Dancing King

SYDNEY, May 22 /MediaNet International-AsiaNet/ --

Beatrice Faumuina's lengthy reign as Centrebet's Dancing with the Stars series
favourite is over.

David Wikaira-Paul ($2.50 from $4.00) is Centrebet's new dancing king after
last night's show.

Queen Bea ($3.00 from $3.50) is Centrebet's second favourite for the television
competition.

Lorraine Downes ($6.50 from $15.00), Danyon Loader ($8.00 from $3.75), Angela
Bloomfield ($11.00 from $7.00) and Rodney Hide ($13.00 from $10.00) are the
other dancing celebrities.

Centrebet has installed the Crusaders ($1.25) as odds-on favourites for the
Super 14 Final.

Dancing with the Stars celebrity winner
$2.50 David Wikaira-Paul
$3.00 Beatrice Faumuina
$6.50 Lorraine Downes
$8.00 Danyon Loader
$11.00 Angela Bloomfield
$13.00 Rodney Hide

Super 14 winner
$1.25 Crusaders
$3.75 Hurricanes

Log on to http://www.centrebet.com to view its latest odds.

ENDS

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