Season 11 of Dancing with the Stars starts Monday Sept. 20 and it looks like the most exciting group of contestants ever. This is just one of many entertainment props available at BroburySports.com.
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You can also bet on whether the DWTS winner will be a female (-200) or male (+150). Last year’s winner Nicole Scherzinger (3/2) was second in the opening odds behind Evan Lysacek (5/4).
Jennifer Grey (2/1)
We all know good she danced with Patrick Swayze in the movie Dirty Dancing, but she’s the somewhat surprising favorite. She does look good at age 50 though.
This platinum-selling singer may be most famous for her acting role on the television series Moesha. These are great odds!
Rick Fox (5/1)
The former NBA player, and current actor, brings his great athletic skills to this contest. Will that be enough though?
Audrina Patridge (6/1)
The star of MTV’s The Hills has youth on her side at only 25-years-old. She also has the looks, but will need the dancing skills to back it up.
Mike Sorrentino (7/1)
Nicknamed ‘The Situation’ as part of the infamous Jersey Shore cast, he’ll have plenty of viewers interested in watching him.
David Hasselhoff (8/1)
The former Baywatch star has gotten a lot of bad press for some drunken episodes. Can he redeem himself here?
Michael Bolton (15/1)
Bolton used to dominate the pop charts, but this is an entirely different venue. The 57-year-old could struggle on the dance floor.
Kurt Warner (20/1)
Former NFL player Emmitt Smith won in Season 3, but does the quarterback Warner have the same moves? The odds say no.
Bristol Palin (25/1)
Most viewers would rather see her mom Sarah Palin, but Bristol will have to do. The teenage mom is ready to strut her stuff.
Kyle Massey (25/1)
The youngest competitor at just having turned 19, he’s best known for his acting work on That’s So Raven and Cory in the House.
Margaret Cho (25/1)
This famous comedian has always had a battle with her weight. That’s one reason for these long odds.
Florence Henderson (50/1)
The former Brady Bunch mom is the deserved long shot to win. However, she gets plenty of credit for just trying at age 76.