Tonight, Disney+ Dancing with the Stars Season 31 will air its final episode, where the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy will be presented to the latest winner.
Odds have been set up for bets on Dancing with the Stars, with TikTok star Charli D’Amelio owning a moneyline that places her 925 points ahead of her nearest competitor.
Dancing with the Stars 31 chances to win
- Charli D’Amelio -600
- Wayne Brady +325
- Shangela +1000
- Gabby Windey +1600
Entertainment bets for DWTS have been taken off the boards since preseason. Even before Season 31 began, D’Amelio was the predicted winner, but at that point she had a +500 moneyline.
Preseason DWTS Odds – Season 31
- Charlie D’Amelio +500
- Shangela +600
- Wayne Brady +700
- Selma Blair +800
- Jordin Sparks +800
- Daniel Durant +900
- Jason Lewis +1000
- Gabby Windey +1100
- Jessie James Decker +1200
- Trevor Donovan +1200
- Joseph Brothers +1400
- Heidi D’Amelio +1600
- Vinny Guadagnino +1600
- Cheryl Ladd +2000
- Sam Champion +2000
- Teresa Richter +2500
The above two Dancing with the Stars prop bets illustrate a point we always emphasize when we write about entertainment betting – place your DWTS bets early.
The first reason to miss action on DWTS ratings the moment you see them is their elusiveness. We have trouble predicting when entertainment odds will be released for a particular reality TV competition series, so the time to place a bet is as soon as you see it at an online sportsbook.
They are usually only seen just before the start of the season, occasionally reappearing around the end times.
The second reason for betting on Dancing with the Stars during the preseason is that the odds are higher and the payout is much higher than playing on DTWS winners just before the last episode.
For example, placing a bet on Charli D’Amelio and her +500 moneyline offered on September 9th would award DWTS players with 5-to-1 net payouts.
Now that the field for the Dancing with the Stars season finale has narrowed down to 4 contestants, D’Amelio has an almost certain winning prediction with a money line of -600.
This means that if D’Amelio becomes the DWTS 31 Champion, a $6 stake is required to earn a $1 profit.
A moneyline of -600 corresponds to an assumed chance of winning of 86%. That likelihood isn’t reflected in user polls, where fans weighed in on who they thought should be victorious in tonight’s finals, awarding D’Amelio and partner Mark Dallas 34% of the vote.
Sure, D’Amelio has the dancing skills to win DWTS 31, but where she gains an edge over her competitors is in the voting crowd, which weighs far more heavily when crowning champions.
D’Amelio has 148.7 million followers on TikTok, and they’re far more interested in the online voting process than fans of the other DWTS finalists.
If you think Wayne Brady, Shangela or Gabby Windey has a fighting chance of winning tonight, don’t hesitate to place your entertainment bets.
There’s no telling when the odds will be removed from the boards, and all three underdog dancers will deliver exponential payouts compared to the amount wagered.