Dancing With The Stars is down to four couples and the smart money is on Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver to win the 14th season of DWTS.
Driver and partner Petra Murgatroyd are given 7 to 4 odds to take home the Mirror Ball Trophy, according to sportsbook bovada.lv.
In an interview the Los Angeles Times published yesterday, Driver said Dancing With The Stars host Tom Bergeron's flare for the dramatic is the most anxious moment of his DWTS experience.
The most nerve-racking part of the whole thing is when you're up on the stage, those lights are on you and Tom does the dramatic pause before telling you if you're safe or in the bottom two, Driver said. I'm fine before the show and during every other part, but that one moment is definitely tough!
Driver dismissed the notion that his athletic background makes the DWTS judges more critical of his skills.
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I don't think it has to do with athletics as much as their belief that I can be a really good dancer, he told the L.A. Times. They are going to keep pushing me until I get to the level they believe I am capable of reaching.
Telenovela star William Levy and his partner, Cheryl Burke, have the second-best odds of winning the Mirror Ball Trophy at 5 to 2 odds.
This week, the couple dazzled the DWTS judges and earned a perfect score of 30.
The remaining two women left in the competition -- Extra host Maria Menounos and Welsh singer Katherine Jenkins -- both have 3 to 1 odds of hoisting the Mirror Ball Trophy.
Maria Menounos and partner Derek Hough earned perfect scores from Carrie Ann and Bruno, while Len Goodman gave them an 8 for a total score of 28.
Menounos has pushed through rib and foot injuries to remain in the competition, as reported by dailyglow.com. She also was the victim of a wardrobe malfunction.
Katherine Jenkins and partner Mark Ballas received a 26, which was the lowest score of the four remaining couples in Dancing With The Stars.
Like Menounos, Jenkins also had to deal with a wardrobe malfunction when she and Ballas performed the cha-cha. The dress underneath her suit failed to be totally revealed, with a little bit of material hanging on her leg.
It was wrapped around my foot and underneath my foot, and I just thought, 'Am I going to fall?' Katherine told reporters after the show, according to MSNBC. We still can't work out how that actually happened.
Here are the four remaining contestants and their odds to win the Season 14 of Dancing With The Stars:
Donald Driver: 7 to 4
William Levy: 5 to 2
Katherine Jenkins: 3 to 1
Maria Menounos: 3 to 1