We might already know who wins Dancing With The Stars: All Stars

Spoiler alert!
Loading the player...

We’re only one week into the highly anticipated season of Dancing With The Stars: All Stars, but some fans might already know who takes out this year’s crown, or the mirror ball trophy.

WATCH BELOW: Dancing With The Stars: All Stars 2022 trailer

While it’ll be a few weeks before we know for sure, we’re using an age-old trick to estimate the winner.

Australian betting site Sportsbet has released their odds for winner expectations on the show, which is usually a sure-fire way of guessing who might win.

Checking this little list of odds has seen us learn the winners of shows like The Bachelor, The Bachelorette and Survivor in past years, so we’re pretty open to trusting its omniscience.

Ricki-Lee Coulter is just one of the many back for the trophy. (Credit: Channel Seven)

This year, Sportsbet has none other than Courtney Act slated to take out the top spot.

The super-popular Aussie drag queen, whose everyday name is Shane Jenek, first competed on the 2019 season of the show, and came in second place alongside partner Josh Keefe, behind actor Samuel Johnson and his partner, Jorja Freeman.

A talented performer, Courtney has singing, acting, and dancing experience, and has also done her fair share of reality TV over the years.

At just 21, Shane auditioned for the first season of Australian Idol, but was turned away by the judges, and told his voice ‘wasn’t up to it’.

Courtney Act is a likely winner. (Credit: Channel Seven)

The next day, he returned dressed as Courtney and performed once more, wowing the judges and taking a spot in the competition.

While she was voted out quite early, she remained a part of production, and continued to make little videos and do other fun jobs around the show, which further launched her career.

Courtney went on to star on RuPaul’s Drag Race, where she came runner up, and Celebrity Big Brother UK, which she won in 2018.

Given her reality TV pedigree and talent as a performer, we’re not surprised Courtney is expected to take out the top spot.

Given her performance pedigree, we wouldn’t be surprised if Courtney won the trophy! (Credit: Instagram)

However, names like AFL player David Rodan, actress Bridie Carter, and singer Ricki-Lee Coulter are also in the running to win the Dancing With The Stars season.

So, we might just have to wait and see if this prediction proves correct!

You can watch Dancing With The Stars: All Stars on Sunday evenings at 7pm on Channel Seven.

Related stories