Teen tipped to top­ple all as The Voice sounds out view­ers

The Gold Coast Bulletin - Play Magazine - - TELEVISION -

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.

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