Teen tipped to topple all as The Voice sounds out viewers
Eden (pictured), the NSW Central Coast teenager who turned all four chairs in a nanosecond and beat a highly rated singer in the battle rounds, is the $6 favourite to win The Voice with tomwaterhouse.com. The hit television singing competition enters the live performance rounds on Monday. The public will ultimately determine the winner. Online bookmaker tomwaterhouse.com has framed betting markets on the individual winner, the team winner and the gender of the individual winner. Eden heads the individual market at $6, with itunes sensation Lakyn Heperi ($6.50), Brittany Cairns ($7) and vision-impaired Rachael Leahcar ($8). Queenslanders who compete in the series are Darren Percival ($11), of the Sunshine Coast and Ben Bennett ($26), of Townsville. There is nothing to choose between Team Joel ($3) and Team Seal ($3), with the former featuring three of the top eight in the individual betting and the latter featuring the favourite in Eden. With females dominating the top of the individual betting, girl power is $1.55 to rule, with a male winner trading at $2.30. The Voice continues with its first show of the live rounds on Monday.
Monday, 7.30pm, Nine, NBN.