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Nicole Dennis remains favourite for The Voice

March 15th, 2019 Home, Media & Journalism, News & Events, Press Release, Showbiz, Television

Nicole Dennis remains firm favourite to win The Voice 2019.

Dennis – who has experience in the West End – was made favourite for the competition following her spectacular audition, which ended with her duetting with her soon to be coach Jennifer Hudson.

Dennis did have to come through a battle against Luke Swatman to retain her place in the show, and Bookmakers now believe she is firm favourite to take the title at 5/2, ahead of Moya – who is also part of Team JHud, which is why she is the favourite coach at 5/4.

The Voice is now entering it’s knockout shows, ahead of the semi-finals with two acts from each coach making it through – although a new lifeline has been brought in, where the public will get to save their favourite act.

OddsMonkey spokesman Peter Watton commented: “Nicole Dennis has long been the favourite, but due to the fact she also has second favourite Moya – the Bookmakers seeing heavy backing for Jennifer Hudson.

“Olly Murs had been the early favourite, but having lost two acts already – he is out to 3/1 and Team JHud looks very well placed to take the honours in 2019.”

Selected Voice odds:

Winning coach:
Jennifer Hudson – 5/4
Sir Tom Jones – 10/3
Olly Murs – 3/1
will i am – 7/2

Voice winning act:
Nicole Dennis 5/2
Moya 4/1
Deana 11/2
Sarah Tucker 6/1
Molly Hocking 7/1
Cedric Neal 7/1
Illianna 7/1
Emmanuel Smith 9/1
Stefan Mahendra 12/1
Equip to Overcome 16/1
Jimmy Balito 16/1
Roger Samuels 16/1
Harrisen Larner-Main 20/1
Ayanam Udoma 20/1
Remember Monday 20/1
Bethzienna Williams 20/1
Georgia Bray 20/1
Connie Lamb 20/1
Christina Ellinas 25/1
Bukky Oronti 25/1
Callum Butterworth 25/1
Eva Campbell 33/1
Gabriel Dryss 33/1

*Odds correct at time of writing

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