The "Dancing with the Stars" fall 2013 season resumes Oct. 7 on ABC with a fourth week of performances by the 10 remaining celebrity/professional couples. According to betting odds posted to Bovada Sportsbook on Oct. 4, a popular actor holds the winning edge over the rest of the competition, but it's not the guy who posted the highest score on Sept. 30.
Currently favored to win "DWTS" season 17 is "High School Musical" alum Corbin Bleu. The 24-year old actor and his pro partner, season 13 champion Karina Smirnoff, turned in a super speedy week three quickstep that earned them a tie for second place on judges Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli's leader board. The duo enters week four favored to win with 7/4 odds.
Although the judges weren't thrilled with her week three charleston with pro partner Derek Hough, "Glee" actress Amber Riley enters week four ranked second with 5/2 odds of victory. Two other camera-friendly faces, "The Voice" social media correspondent Christina Milian and "Saved by the Bell" star Elizabeth Berkley Lauren, are tied for third place with 6/1 odds. Milian struts her stuff in the ballroom with two-time pro champ Mark Ballas, while Berkley Lauren dances with season 16 runner-up Val Chmerkovskiy.
Alone in the five spot with 10/1 odds of victory is "Jersey Shore" alum Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, who wowed Inaba with her week three offering, an elegant quickstep with partner Sasha Farber. Next in line with 12/1 odds are two male celebs: reality star Jack Osbourne, who performs with Cheryl Burke, and "Pretty Little Liars" actor Brant Daugherty, who works with Peta Muragtroyd. Given that Daugherty and Murgatroyd's Sept. 30 quickstep earned the highest scores of week three, it's surprising to see them enter the Oct. 7 show ranked in the middle of the pack.
Ranked eighth with 16/1 odds of winning "DWTS" is sassy "King of Queens" star Leah Remini, who performs with Tony Dovolani. Well-back in ninth place with 66/1 odds is "Rhoda" actress Valerie Harper. The 74-year old performer struggled through a week three cha cha with partner Tristan MacManus, earning a tie with science guy Bill Nye for the bottom rung of the week three leader board. Nye and pro partner Tyne Stecklein fell victim to elimination at the close of the Sept. 30 show.
Finally, ranked last with a dismal 100/1 shot at winning the show is comedian Bill Engvall, who is partnered with pro Emma Slater.
The "Dancing with the Stars" fall 2013 season resumes Oct. 7 on ABC.