Strictly Come Dancing Odds as Ladbrokes report all bets for Chelsee and Harry

Ahead of this weekend’s Strictly Come Dancing final, judge Alesha Dixon has said that it is a two horse race between Chelsee Healy and Harry Judd in the betting who is going to win the show as Ladbrokes announce an exclusive free bet for the final.

There is a third finalist of course, Jason Donovan, but although Alesha admires the Australian, she thinks he has a tough task ahead of him if he is going to win.

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Speaking in the week leading up to the final, she said: “It will either be Chelsee or Harry. Chelsee is a brilliant dancer but I think a lot of women have a soft spot for Harry.”

These are the two favourites of course as Strictly Come Dancing gets ready for its biggest ever final. It takes place live at Blackpool Tower and is set to be quite the occasion.

Details have been released about the weekend too. The three finalists and their professional dance partners are set to perform a Judges’ Choice dance as well as their Showdance in order to win public votes.

An act will then be eliminated at the beginning of Sunday night’s show, meaning that the remaining two finalists with two more performances to give them a chance of being named the 2011 Strictly Come Dancing Champion.

Elsewhere in Strictly news leading up to this weekend’s eagerly anticipated final, host Tess Daly has been having her say on the three finalists.

She said: “Everyone’S wild about Harry. He looks the part. His dancing and acting skills have blown us all away. How will he be able to hide it all behind that drum kit ever again?”

“He may be favourite but this isn’t a one horse race. Jason Donovan has a huge following and determination to succeed, plus Chelsee Healey is loved by kids, their mums and grandmas alike!”

The Strictly Come Dancing final is on our TV screens on Saturday evening from 7pm.

Tommy graduated from Sheffield University in 2009 with a Journalism degree and has worked in various professional industry posts including the football print media.