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Kendra Wilkinson Dancing with the Stars

Kendra Wilkinson Dancing with the Stars - It appears as if the professionals believe that 25-year-old Playboy model Kendra Wilkinson will waltz away with Mirror Ball Trophy at the end of "Dancing With The Stars" 2011. It didn't take the oddsmakers long to announce odds as to who they believed had the best chances to win Season 12 of the hit program. The latest cast of the popular ABC dance contest reality show was announced during the February 28 episode of "The Bachelor." The dance partners of the 2011 celebrities were announced on "Good Morning America" on March 2. Odds of who would be most likely to win of the 11 contestants were posted early March 1 on Bodog.com. Kendra Wilkinson topped the list at 3/1 odds to win it all...

But Wilkinson will have competition, it seems. It is as yet unknown how well any of the contestants, among them such luminaries as actress Kirstie Alley ("Cheers," "Look Who's Talking"), actor Ralph Macchio ("The Karate Kid"), talk show host Wendy Williams, WWE wrestler Chris Jericho, and world champion boxer Sugar Ray Leonard, can actually dance, but it is assumed that at least a few of them have at least had a few lessons here and there.

Romeo Miller (a.k.a. "Lil" Romeo), a 21-year-old hip hop star and actor, has the benefit of having already been on the show before. During Season 2, Romeo had to drop out due to an injury, so he's had some training. Miller is currently fourth in the odds rankings, tied with Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver and Super Bowl XL MVP Hines Ward at 11/2 to win.

Kendra Wilkinson Dancing with the Stars

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