On September 14th DWTS began It has a new host, Tyra Banks, and the same judges. The new cast has been announced and now we wait to see who will be the next Hannah Brown as winner of Dancing with the Stars. (Twitter)

WEEK 2 Odds

JOHNNY WEIR
+225
KAITLYN BRISTOWE
+300
SKAI JACKSON
+500
AJ MCLEAN
+750
JUSTINA MACHADO
+900
MONICA ALDAMA
+900
NEV SCHULMAN
+1200
JEANNIE MAI
+1400
NELLY
+1600
JESSE METCALFE
+1800
VERNON DAVIS
+2500
ANNE HECHE
+3300
CHRISHELL STAUSE
+5000
CAROLE BASKIN
+10000
CHARLES OAKLEY
+10000

 

For now we have provided the early odds to who is expected to win. Each week these will change as contestants are sent home. Let’s talk about the odds below.

AJ McLean and Johnny Weir have the same odds to win. Remember, McLean has spent a better part of 30 years practicing and performing as an entertainer that dances in synch with other people. This should be easy for him.  Weir is a two time figure skating Olympian and now a television commentator. His background also lends itself to working closely in a choreographed routine. These two are on top for a reason. Follow that with Justina Machado who studied dance in school before turning to television. This should be fun.

Dancing with the Stars Odds to Win It All

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These odds are before it started.

 

AJ McLean +400
Johnny Weir +400
Justina Machado +750
Jeannie Mai +900
Monica Aldama +900
Nelly +900
Skai Jackson +900
Chrishell Stause +1200
Jesse Metcalfe +1200
Kaitlyn Bristowe +1200
Vernon Davis +1400
Anne Heche +1600
Charles Oakley +1600
Nev Schulman +1600
Carole Baskin +5000

 

On the low end of these Dancing with the Stars odds we find Carole Baskin. Have you seen her move? Tiger King or not, she doesn’t have it. Same can be said for 56 year old former NBA player Charles Oakley. The bones are stiff and sore. Betting them is like burning your money.

Predictions for Dancing with the Stars

Week 2 – Th awkward Charles Oakley get eliminated in Week 2 even though Carole is just as bad if not worse.

 

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