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Dancing with the Stars odds...Theresa favourite

May 5 2005

Dancing with the Stars odds...Theresa favourite

Theresa Healey is Australian bookmaker Centrebet's hot favourite to win Dancing with the Stars.

Former Shortland Street actors dominate Centrebet's exclusive betting market on the Television New Zealand show, with Healey (2.50) and Shane Cortese (3.50) first and second respectively.

Centrebet ranks former All Blacks hooker Norm Hewitt (6.50) ahead of Kiwi supermodel Nicky Watson (7.00) following the success of Ian Roberts and failure of Gabrielle Richens in Australia.

Maverick politician Pauline Hanson reached the final of the first Australian series so Centrebet respects Georgina Beyer (8.00) and Tim Shadbolt (9.00) even though they are novice dancers.

Centrebet says that ex-Silver Ferns captain Bernice Mene (15.00) looks like the weakest of the female celebrities, with Ewen Gilmour (26.00) its tip to be the first famous entrant eliminated.

Dancing with the Stars 2.50 Theresa Healey 3.50 Shane Cortese 6.50 Norm Hewitt 7.00 Nicky Watson 8.00 Georgina Beyer 9.00 Tim Shadbolt 15.00 Bernice Mene 26.00 Ewen Gilmour

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