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America’s Next Top Model Cycle 22 Odds (Updated)

Rose T.

by Rose T. in Entertainment

Sep 20, 2015 · 5:55 AM PDT

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Things are heating up on Cycle 22 of America’s Next Top Model (ANTM). Since we set our ANTM Cycle 22 predictions back in August, we have seen romances blossom and bitter rivalries form. Early front runner Ava has been chopped, whereas season underdog Nyle is finally finding his stride.

Who will take home the grand prize? Here are the current odds to win Cycle 22 for the nine remaining contestants (after Episode 7):

Lacey Rogers: 5/2 (up from 5/1)

Lacey has turned it on in recent weeks. The youngest remaining contestant in the competition is also the current leader after seven episodes. With a pair of wins already under her belt, Lacey is proving a force to be reckoned with.

Nyle DiMarco: 4/1 (up from 25/1)

The biggest mover is fan-favorite Nyle, who has turned a corner with several strong performances. The shy boy has come out of his shell, and he’s killing it on camera. With momentum on his side, Nyle is now in serious contention for the title.

Mamé Adjei: 6/1 (up from 10/1)

Despite her ongoing drama with Hadassah, Mamé is consistently bringing it at every challenge. Her confidence radiates in her photos, and the judges have noticed. This girl knows how to strike a pose.

Justin Kim: 6/1 (down from 4/1)

Early front-runner to win the season, Justin has floundered in recent weeks. His on-air romance with fellow contestant Mamé is acting as a distraction. If Justin wants to get back in the game, he will have to re-focus his energy on modeling, rather than on hooking up.

Mikey Heverly: 8/1 (up from 13/1)

Mikey continues to be a strong competitor for the boys. Stuck in the middle of the pack, he’s received positive comments from the judges on a consistent basis. With his smoldering looks and mean-girl attitude, he’s one to watch in coming weeks.

Devin Clark: 10/1 (down from 5/1)

Devin has been criticized by the judges for not taking challenges seriously, which landed him in the bottom two last week. If he hopes to claw his way back to the front of the pack, he will have to prove that he’s committed.

Bello Sánchez: 15/1 (up from 20/1)

Bello has been under the radar lately, which leaves this blue-eyed beauty at risk of falling behind his fellow competitors. He should worry about impressing the judges instead of butting heads with the other boys.

Courtney DuPerow: 60/1 (up from 75/1)

Courtney is a train wreck waiting to happen. Struggling from the start, her inability to connect with her flatmates and the camera have kept her near the bottom for weeks. The judges have questioned whether she is strong enough to stay in the competition.

Hadassah Richardson: 65/1 (up from 80/1)

It’s only a matter of time before Hadassah gets the ax. Her underwhelming photos and her combative personality have failed to capture the hearts of the judges and viewers. The diva of Cycle 22 will sashay away sooner rather than later.

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