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Rice On The Starting Block For Celebrity Apprentice


Thursday 24, January 2013
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Rice On The Starting Block For Celebrity Apprentice

With filming set to begin shortly on the next season on Celebrity Apprentice, punters with online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au think Stephanie Rice and Kris Smith are good things to take part in the show.

Both are priced at Black Caviar like odds of $1.05 to be on the show, with Aussie swimming legend Dawn Fraser not far behind at $1.06.

Now she is separated from Russell Crowe, Danielle Spencer may have some more time on her hands and is priced at $7.00, while lovebirds Shane Warne and Liz Hurley seem more unlikely at $13.

Politicians Tony Abbott and Julia Gillard appear too busy preparing up the pending election to take part in the show, and are long shots at $252 and $501 respectively.

“She may not have done as well in the pool as she would have liked in London, but Stephanie Rice looks a good bet to get out of the blocks and be a front runner on Celebrity Apprentice!” said sportsbet.com.au’s Shaun Anderson.

Market courtesy of sportsbet.com.au
Who will take part in Celebrity Apprentice?
$1.05 Stephanie Rice
$1.05 Kris Smith
$1.06 Dawn Fraser
$1.08 Amanda Vanstone
$1.10 Peter Berner
$1.10 Dermott Brereton
$1.11 Nikki Webster
$1.12 Prue Macsween
$1.15 Ben Norris
$1.15 Layla Subritzky
$5.00 Vogue Williams
$7.00 Lisa Wilkinson, Danielle Spencer
$9.00 Karl Stefanovic, Brendan Fevola
$11 Dannii Minogue, Brian McFadden
$13 Liz Hurley, Shane Warne
$101 Hugh Jackman
$251 Tony Abbott
$501 Julia Gillard

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