Strictly Come Dancing odds: Hamza, Helen, Molly & Fleur’s prices ahead of final

Paddy's got the sequins out again, it must be time for the 2022 Strictly Come Dancing final.


After 13 weeks of lifts, pointed toes and sparkly dresses it’s time for the 2022 Strictly Come Dancing final.


We assume there’s been cha-chas, waltzes and quicksteps ahoy but, honestly, here at Paddy Power News we’ve not seen a second of it.

But fear not. One of the trainee lads in the trader floor of Power Tower’s been watching every second and tuning into that It Takes Two thing to give us the full low down on who’s prancing into the history books this year.

So, with four left in the running, here’s the latest odds on who’s lifting the big shiny glitter ball of glory.

Fleur East

Hamza Yassin

Hamza Yassin of Cbeebies fame and dance partner Jowita Przystal are near the top of Paddy’s traders’ market. The Scot has competed in the Highland Games and clearly has the competitive edge required to gyrate for glory.

Helen Skelton

TV and radio presenter Helen Skelton and partner Gorka Márquez are thought to be most likely to push Hamza all the way in 2022. Starting out at Newsround and Blue Peter, the Cumbrian already has experience of a Strictly near miss as she was the runner up in the 2012 Christmas edition, apparently.

Molly Rainford

Molly Rainford shot to fame on The X Factor in 2012 before heading to the sure-fire Strictly success route of kids’ TV. She and dance partner Carlos Gu face an uphill task to win the thing, according to Steve the trader.

Fleur East

Fleur East also got her break on The X Factor but her lack of children’s TV experience could hold her back here. She’s got a 4th spot on I’m A Celebrity up her sleeve and it looks like another near podium miss here.

All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change.


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