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NZ Idol odds...Indira favourite to win

NZ Idol odds...Indira favourite to win...Ashlee favourite to go

SYDNEY, Aug 29/ MediaNet International - AsiaNet/ --

Online bookmaker Centrebet has reinstated Auckland star Indira as its NZ Idol
betting favourite.

Indira is $2.75 (from $4.00) to triumph, with ex-frontrunner Clinton sliding
from $3.75 to $9.00.

Hamilton's Ashlee is the most likely person to be voted off the show next. She
is $2.20 to leave.

Kiwi singer Lavina Williams is odds on ($1.66) to qualify from her Australian
Idol heat tomorrow.

Lavina is the sister of Emily Williams, who was runner-up to Kate DeAraugo in
last year's Oz Idol.

NZ Idol winner
$2.75 Indira (Auckland)
$3.00 Becks (Auckland)
$5.00 Matt (Levin)
$9.00 Clinton (Auckland)
$10.00 Ben (Wellington)
$17.00 Aroha (Mt Maunganui)
$21.00 Kali (Christchurch)
$51.00 Toni (Wellington)
$101.00 Ashlee (Hamilton)

NZ Idol evictee (September 4, 2006)
$2.20 Ashlee (Hamilton)
$2.60 Toni (Wellington)
$8.50 Kali (Christchurch)
$10.00 Aroha (Mt Maunganui)
$15.00 Ben (Wellington)
$17.00 Clinton (Auckland)
$34.00 Matt (Levin)
$51.00 Becks (Auckland)
$67.00 Indira (Auckland)

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