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Bet On The Voice Season Finale – Will Nathan Or Asher Win?

Nathan Chester singing on the Voice 25
  • The two-night finale of The Voice season 25 will air tonight and tomorrow night on NBC
  • The Voice odds to win are online now
  • Entertainment sportsbooks favor Nathan Chester to win season 25

The first of The Voice’s two finale episodes for season 25 will air tonight on NBC at 8 PM. The singers have been winnowed down to the final five, and odds for betting on The Voice are posted right now at Bovada Sportsbook.

The Voice Odds To Win Season 25

  • Nathan Chester +120
  • Asher HaVon +160
  • Karen Waldrup +375
  • Josh Sanders +600
  • Bryan Olesen +1500

Nathan Chester

Nathan Chester is a slight favorite in the odds on the Voice 25 winner, coming in at 20 points above even money. Here is Chester performing Try a Little Tenderness by Otis Redding.

John Legend is Nathan Chester’s coach. Legend has been a part of several seasons but has only won once in the past. John Legend is also the coach of Bryan Olesen, who ranks a distant fifth in the odds.

Legend will not be returning for season 26 of The Voice.

Asher HaVon

Online entertainment betting sites are ranking Asher HaVon second in the pre-finale Voice futures. His odds of winning season 25 are set at +160, which is only 40 behind the frontrunner.

Those differentials equate to a 45% chance of winning for Chester and a 38% chance of winning for HaVon. Here is Asher HaVon’s version of Irreplaceable by Beyoncé.

HaVon’s coach for this season is Reba McEntire. This is Reba’s second season as a full-time coach for The Voice, and if HaVon goes all the way, this would be her first win.

McEntire is also the coach of the fourth-ranked singer, Josh Sanders. Reba has been confirmed for season 26.

Karen Waldrup

The third-ranked contestant in the odds to win The Voice is Karen Waldrup. She is a country singer who infuses elements of modern pop. Here is her rendition of Jo Dee Messina’s Bye Bye.

Waldrup’s coaches are the country music duo Dan + Shay (Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney). This is their first season, and they have an outside chance of earning a championship right out of the gate.

Unfortunately, Dan + Shay won’t be returning for season 26, so this may be their only opportunity to coach a singer to victory.

Entertainment prop bets on the winner of The Voice are now available online, but these odds are notorious for their scarcity. We don’t often recommend rushing into the placement of any given wager, but in this case, hurry.

There is no guarantee that The Voice lines will be available for the final singers before tomorrow’s show airs, so call your shot now.


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