Emily Middlemas’s Odds Slashed After Fantastic Fright Night Performance
There were a few shocks and horrors on X Factor’s Fright Night and no more so than Gifty Louise’s surprise departure. Amazingly the judges didn’t even take the vote to deadlock and she went away with a long cold look of doom.
Matt Terry continues to head the betting as the favourite to win and has been cut slightlyfrom 4/6 to 8/11 with Coral.
However there is a new punters’ pick in town, as Emily Middlemas totally stole the show with her emotional and pitch perfect rendition of Radiohead’s Creep. The bets came pouring in for Emily off the back of her performance and resulted in her odds being slashed to the 7/2 second favourite from her larger price of 10/1.
5 After Midnight seem to have lost their way, as well as their pitch and have suffered a fall from grace as they drift out to third place in the betting. The boyband are now the largest price they have been to win at 10/1 after being pushed all the way out from 9/2.
Honey G is starting to close in on the X Factor favourites as she shortens yet again. The rapper started her X Factor journey as a massive 100/1 longshot, but has steadily gained support and is now 16/1 to win. The twitterati may not like her, but the kids sure do
Aoife Heffron, PR Executive for BoyleSports commented
“Emily Middlemas was the standout performance from Fright Night and her odds quickly shortened from 10/1 to 3/1 as the bets began to pour in for the Scottish teen to win. She still has a bit to go to catch long running favourite Matt Terry, but the betting has really been shaken up.”
She added “Honey G has avoided the bottom three every week and it would be silly to rule her out of contention for the X Factor title. Many punters agree, having snapped up her 16/1 price seeing her cut to 12/1, placing her fourth in line to win.”
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