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Ruth Brown and Jaz Ellington lead Voice betting

2/5/2012
Soul artist Ruth Brown and gospel performer Jaz Ellington are joint favourites to win the first series of BBC singing contest The Voice.

Both contestants are offered at a best price of 3/1, according to odds comparison website Oddschecker, with 20-year-old Londoner Brown having been as long as 40/1 earlier in the competition.

Ellington has been leading the way in the betting since his very first performance, with the 27-year-old originally priced at 5/1 following his blind audition.

Last Saturday’s episode saw Sophie Griffin and Sam Buttery voted off, while a number of other acts who survived elimination had their odds lengthened significantly.

Folk duo Matt & Sueleen have drifted from 50/1 to 100/1, with soul singer Joelle Moses dropping from 12/1 to 40/1.

Each participant is mentored by one of four singing celebrities, with will.i.am currently 2/1 favourite to finish as the winning manager. Tom Jones and Danny O'Donoghue come next at 10/3, followed by Jessie J at 7/2.
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