Ever since Hannah Brown set foot on stage during the Season 28 premiere of Dancing with the Stars, the judges and the audiences have been raving about her impeccable technique and easy-to-recognize style.
This season of the popular show has seen some unexpected twists and turns, but The Bachelorette alum's rock-solid performances garnered applause week after week.
Is Hannah the contestant to take home the Mirrorball Trophy this year? Who will win Dancing with the Stars?
Who will win Dancing with the Stars? Most viewers believe it will be Hannah.
As a recently-published survey by US-Bookies.com shows, Hannah has the highest odds to win the competition of all contestants, with 51/20. The second most popular contender is Ally Brooke, with 16/5.
Hannah was by far the most consistent performer on this season's Dancing with the Stars — but she wasn't the only one thought to be capable of winning the show.
As US-Bookies.com reveals, James Van Der Beek was the audiences' all-time favorite — and the contender thought to be the most likely to take home the Mirrorball Trophy. Unfortunately, the jury saw it fit otherwise, and eliminated the talented actor and dancer in what fans deemed as the single-handed most heartless decision to be made on the show.
According to the newest findings, James was tipped to win with 7/5, a number that's significantly higher than Hannah's or Ally's is currently. What's more, he was the biggest long-shot to be eliminated at 100/11 — until the jury decided to intervene.
As you may recall, James' wife suffered a miscarriage just before he appeared on the Dancing with the Stars stage one last time, and the jury's staunch reluctance to take this factor into account baffled fans and viewers alike.
Who's the least likely to win Dancing with the Stars?
Kel Mitchell had the highest odds to be eliminated for the past few episodes of the show — and his chances to win aren't looking much better either. The star of Mystery Man, Good Burger, and the like is 25/1 to come first in the competition. Lauren Alaina has slightly better odds: according to the new US-Bookies.com poll, she is 22/1 to win.
What should we expect from the Dancing with the Stars finale?
As a recently-published article by Gold Derby reveals, Hannah and her partner, Alan, will perform a Viennese waltz and a freestyle. While the details of the latter are kept firmly undercover, Hannah and Alan did promise unparalleled entertainment and bewildering routines.
"I can say that I think we need to go out with an ‘explosion’ — it’s gonna be a ‘fire’ dance!" Alan told Gold Derby.
"I think at this point we just have to enjoy it [...] My body hurts everywhere, so bad. His body hurts really bad, like, we're tired. But it's gonna be sad when this is it. So, we gotta bring the best!" Hannah summarized their current philosophy in a recent interview with ET!.
Dancing with the Stars will air at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.