Hawes and McCallum early favs for The Voice Australia

July 7, 2015 by Posted in Articles

Delta Goodrem and Jessie JRealty television is a global phenomenon, but did you know that you can bet on reality TV? Some shows are pre-recorded, so those shows generally won’t be opened for betting due to the chance of potential spoilers. However reality TV shows that are broadcast live are often available to bet on.

One of the most popular reality TV shows in Australia is The Voice. The singing show that welcomes all comers to take to the stage and be judged purely on voice alone.

With Season 4 of The Voice Australia entering the second week of its “blind auditions” a few front runners are starting to emerge with Australian online bookmaker CrownBet setting some early markets for the 2015 series.

17-year old Nathan Hawes and Tim McCallum are the two outright favourites with CrownBet offering odds of $5.00 for each. The next best chance is Stewart Winchester at $11 who looks to offer some value in what is ultimately a popularity contest.

“Despite only being a young bloke, last night Nathan Hawes looked a true champion and the voice of Tim McCallum is simple breathtaking,” CrownBet’s Rob Cumbrae-Stewart said.

“Both will be tough to beat, but as only half the field has secured a spot there is still a very good possibility that the next Karise Eden is still to come.”

Markets courtesy of CrownBet

The Voice 2015 – Winning Contestant

Tim McCallum – $5.00
Nathan Hawes – $5.00
Stewart Winchester – $11
Aviida – $13
Scott Newnham – $15
Chris Hoskin – $15
Liam Maihi – $15
Grace Pitts – $17
Mikhail Laxton – $21
Ollie Kirk – $21
Gail Page – $21
Monty Cotton – $23
Peta Evans-Taylor – $26
Lize Heerman – $26
Sarah Valentine – $26

Head to CrownBet for the complete market.

The Voice Australia

In the battle of the coaches, Ricky Martin heads the betting at $2.75 to be the Winning Coach, with Joel and Benji Madden second on the line of betting at $3.25. International pop star Jessie J was the early favourite but she’s slipped back to $3.75 while Aussie bombshell Delta Goodrem is the outsider at $5.00.

The Voice 2015 – Winning Coach

Ricky Martin – $2.75
Joel and Benji Madden – $3.25
Jessie J – $3.75
Delta Goodrem – $5.00

The Voice Australia Judges

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  1. I like this reality show its really nice show. Thanks for sharing this informative post.

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