- The Voice Australia betting markets change after Bojesse Pigram is eliminated from competition
- Judah Kelly now a clear favourite to win The Voice 2017
Judah Kelly has firmed into odds of $2 in The Voice Australia Outright Winner market at Ladbrokes following the second week of live performances.
The Queenslander has remained towards the top of The Voice betting since the Blind Audition phase of the competition, but has usurped Hoseah Partsch atop the Outright Winner market following his tone-perfect rendition of Tina Arena’s classic ‘Chains’.
Partsch’s incredible ability has certainly not wavered through each stage of The Voice and the seventeen-year-old remains the sole occupant of the second line, despite drifting to a $4.25 quote.
Fifteen-year-old Lucy Sugerman ($5.50) reaffirmed her position in the competition with a unique rendition of Elton John’s ‘Candle In The Wind’, while Rennie Adams ($7.50) is the only other contestant remaining at single-figure odds after his performance of Kaleo’s ‘Way Down We Go’.
Further to Kelly, Team Delta still boasts a full contingent of constants with Claire Howell ($26) and Tim Conlan ($41) also still in contention and subsequently, it is Goodrem who remains a $1.90 favourite to be crowned the winning coach in 2017.
Ladbrokes is also offering additional betting markets on The Voice Australia 2017.