Jake Quickenden most likely to win DOI, according to the bookies

Punters are piling on the bets that former X Factor contestant and I’m a Celebrity star Jake Quickenden will win Dancing On Ice.

The 29-year-old singer is now a big favourite to win the ITV show, with Ladbrokes offering odds of just 6/4 that he will triumph on the ice rink.

His biggest rival appears to be Love Island 2017 winner Kem Cetinay, who is a 5-2 shot, while punters also rate the chances of rugby player Max Evans, who’s available at 4 to 1.

Jake, Max and Cheryl were revealed as the first stars signed up for the Dancing On Ice tour, which will feature Denise Van Outen as a guest judge.

However, while Cheryl is going on the tour, punters don’t thinking she’ll be winning Dancing On Ice as she’s a massive price of 50-1 to win the show.

Also unfancied in the betting market is Coronation Street star Antony Cotton, who’s also a 50-1 shot, and his chances are unlikely to have been helped by the news that he suffered two fractured ribs after falling during rehearsals for Dancing on Ice.

Punters also don’t think his fellow Corrie co-star Brooke Vincent will be winning either, with the actress a 14-1 chance.

Dancing On Ice, with Jake Quickenden and co, continues this Sunday on ITV at 6.00pm.

Odds: Ladbrokes prices.