DWTS Season 22 Odds

Dancing With the Stars: Who Will Win Season 22? We've Set the Odds!

This Monday, ABC is giving 12 more celebrities a chance to win what they want most: relevance! Oh, and something shiny.

Dancing With the Stars will kick off its 22nd season on March 21 (8/7c), featuring such famous faces as Fuller House‘s Jodie Sweetin, The O.C.‘s Mischa Barton and Donald Trump’s ex Marla Maples. (OK, so maybe we need air-quotes around the word “famous.”)

As usual, we’ve set the odds for each of the 12 couples on Dancing‘s next cycle, from the likely last-place finishers (sorry, Geraldo Rivera!) to the competitors we think are next in line for the Mirrorball.

Scroll through our gallery of predictions below — or click here for direct access — then hit the comments with your thoughts on how Season 22 will shake out.

Comments are monitored, so don’t go off topic, don’t frakkin’ curse and don’t bore us with how much your coworker’s sister-in-law makes per hour. Talk smart about TV!

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22 Comments
  1. simplediscourse says:

    6-1 for Antonio Brown? That’s laughable. I think you underestimate Steelers fans. Did Hines Ward not teach you anything?

  2. Bwhit says:

    Team BlondeMiller all the way :)

  3. Spence says:

    I wouldn’t count Nyle so low, I could easily see him making it to the finals. His popularity is rising every day and him being Deaf actually shouldn’t have a very large impact on the dancing so long as they practice enough.

  4. Joan says:

    OK why is Marla Maples on Dancing with the Stars? She by no means is a star….

  5. Yolanda says:

    So like always we’re gonna end up with footballer(s), disable person and ringer in the finals? My goodness, this show is as predictable as they come. Thank god I stopped watching 7 seasons ago.

  6. Nika says:

    Dancing with wannabes should that show be named. I dont see really any stars in amny of those shows.

  7. Someone needs to fact check the odds. They say on Geraldo Rivera’s odds about taking the win from Bindi Irwin. I didn’t know she was competing again.

    • jj says:

      it’s not written that he would be taking the win from Bindi. It’s written that he’d be taken the mirror ball trophy from Bindi. As in she, the last winner, will be passing off the trophy to the newest winner.

  8. Coleen Lette says:

    How is this show even fair? You have older people, young people, people who have no dance experience, and this that have taken lessons since they were children?

  9. Michael says:

    “But Chigvintsev has limited experience as a DWTS pro, only appearing twice before (with a sixth-place and eighth-place finish)” Not exactly. Artem is a previous winner on Strictly Come Dancing (the British version of DWTS) and he’s came in second once, too, in the overseas program. So if he and Mischa end up winning he can say: “And that’s how we do it in the U.K.”

  10. Steve F. says:

    I’m hoping that Edyta doesn’t get eliminated out of the gate… I mean, this is her big return! (Who paired her with Geraldo Rivera, anyway?)

    As for winning this year’s Mirrorball, I’m hoping it’s Jodie Sweetin (girl can move!), though seeing how Paige Van Sant is paired with Mark Ballas, I wouldn’t count her out.

  11. Linne says:

    Whoever wrote this needs to do some fact-checking. For one thing, Artem appeared for years on “Strictly Come Dancing” in the UK, where he actually won a season in addition to two seasons on the US version of the show. Also, Peta has won the show before, and been in the finals more than once.