The Voice has been turned on its head after favourite Nicole Dennis was eliminated in the semi-finals.
Dennis had been firm favourite to win the show since Week 1 when she chose to join Jennifer Hudson, who did a duet with her on stage.
But the public did not take to the West End singer, indeed they did not like Team JHud as Moya – was also kicked off.
Indeed the public blew open expectations as second favourite Cedric Neal – with Sir Tim Jones – also failed to make it through.
Instead it is Molly Hocking – who is coached by Olly Murs – that is now odds-on favourite to take the victory, with her closest rival being Deana Walmsley from Team Tom.
OddsMonkey spokesman Peter Watton commented: “We stated last week that there was a real chance of an upset in The Voice market, and so we have seen.
“Despite that the Bookmakers really think they now know the winner with Molly as low as 4/5 to win, and it seems only Deana could stop her winning and she is 5/2.
“The other finalists Jimmy and Bethzienna are very much seen as outsiders at this stage.”
Selected Voice odds:
Molly Hocking 4/5
Deana Walmsley 5/2
Jimmy Balito 4/1
Bethzienna Williams 9/1
*Odds correct at time of writing
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