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Queen Bea Is Dancing With Stars Betting Favourite

QUEEN BEA IS THE DANCING WITH THE STARS BETTING FAVOURITE

SYDNEY, May 8 /MediaNet International-AsiaNet/ --

Beatrice Faumuina is Centrebet's favourite to win the second series of
Dancing with the Stars.

Queen Bea is $3.00 with the Australia-based bookmaker to succeed Norm Hewitt
as champion.

Former Shortland Street actors David Wikaira-Paul ($3.25) and Angela
Bloomfield ($4.50) are Centrebet's favourites but the betting agency does not
rate Lorraine Downes ($21.00) highly.

"Being a drop-dead gorgeous woman is a big advantage in most walks of life
but it's a major handicap if you want to win a Dancing with the Stars crown,"
says Centrebet's Gerard Daffy.

"Lorraine must have noted that Nicky Watson was the first celebrity voted
off New Zealand's debut series and another ex-Miss Universe (Jennifer Hawkins)
did not last long in Australia."

Dancing with the Stars celebrity winner
$3.00 Beatrice Faumuina
$3.25 David Wikaira-Paul
$4.50 Angela Bloomfield
$10.00 Danyon Loader
$11.00 Rodney Hide
$15.00 Christine Rankin
$17.00 Steve Gurney
$21.00 Lorraine Downes

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

About Centrebet
The southern hemisphere's oldest online bookmaker, Centrebet operates in one of
the world's strictest jurisdictions. Australia's Northern Territory Government
licenses Centrebet. Its Racing and Gaming Commission monitors transactions for
the protection of Centrebet and its clients.

SOURCE: Centrebet

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