Who’s Favourite To Win I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here?

Who’s Favourite To Win I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here?
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This year's I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! final is in touching distance after three weeks of camp clashes, creepy crawlies and controversy, which mainly involved a certain MP.

Betting sites have a clear indication about who will be crowned King or Queen of the Jungle, with former England women's footballer Jill Scott odds-on favourite to win the series.

It would be a shock if Jill didn't add an I'm A Celebrity crown to the Euro 2022 medal she won with the Lionesses this summer.

Another surprise during the series came before the campmates had even landed in the jungle, when former Health Secretary Matt Hancock was confirmed to be taking part this year.

It led to him being suspended by the Conservative Party, but the public appear to have got behind Matt to some extent because he has made the top five, at least, after Charlene White, Scarlette Douglas, Sue Cleaver, Boy George, Babatunde Aleshe, and Chris Moyles were all booted out before him.

I'm A Celebrity 2022 Odds

CelebrityOddsBookmaker
Jill Scott2/5BetVictor
Owen Warner5/1William Hill
Matt Hancock7/1Coral
Mike Tindall10/1Coral
Seann Walsh80/1William Hill

Jungle Jill Odds-On

The I'm A Celebrity finale will air on Sunday, November 27th, and Jill backers will be hoping she is announced by co-hosts Ant and Dec as Queen of the Jungle.

She is currently 2/5 with I'm A Celebrity betting sites to win the series as she continues to impress viewers with her witty one-liners.

When MP Matt was voted camp leader he set about telling his campmates a series of rules that needed to be adhered to, and Jill referenced him breaking his own social distancing guidelines during the coronavirus pandemic, when he was caught kissing his former aide and now-girlfriend Gina Coladangelo.

She joked to Matt: "Just to be clear, are these guidelines or rules?"

Despite her comical quips, Jill has not won yet. Owen Warner replaced Jill at the top of the market earlier this week, but it was just for a couple of days until the footballer resumed her place.

While the Hollyoaks actor is now out to 5/1 to win the series, from 10/3 just a couple of days ago, he could still spring a surprise at the top of the market.

Former England rugby player and Royal Family member Mike Tindall - who is married to Princess Anne's daughter, Zara Tindall - is also in contention, at 10/1 with most UK bookmakers.

While he has entertained viewers with his royal and rugby tales in the past three weeks, the star's hopes of a jungle victory look to be decreasing by the hour.

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Camp Controversy

This year's I'm A Celebrity will go down as one of the most controversial series ever - purely because of the appearance of Matt.

Some were disappointed to see the serving MP in the jungle after his guideline-breaking pandemic antics, which led to him resigning as Health Secretary.

But some appear to have taken a shine to Matt, or just want him to eat rice and beans for as long as possible, because he is still in camp.

He has been backed over the course of the series and is now a best price of 7/1 to win the show.

Specials betting sites clearly rate his chances even more, with William Hill pricing him up at just 5/1 to be King of the Jungle. He was a 25/1 rank outsider to win the show with the same bookie shortly before he entered the jungle earlier this month.

Throughout the series, Matt has been taken to task by some of the celebrities who were shocked to see him turn up as a latecomer in the jungle, alongside comedian Seann Walsh.

He has also used his time on the show to ask for forgiveness, telling his fellow campmates and the nation: "What I'm really looking for is a bit of forgiveness. That's what I'm really looking for. We all make mistakes. I made a pretty big one."

The programme looked in danger of becoming "The Matt Hancock Show" at one point as the MP was voted to do every Bushtucker Trial by the public, and he was third favourite to win the series just a week ago.

But as the public's votes went towards who was being booted out this week, Matt's trial time has been limited. However, the fact that he is yet to be voted off the show may mean he has some of the forgiveness he craved.

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Seann's Outside Chance

While Seann Walsh is guaranteed at least fifth place on this year's I'm A Celebrity, his chances of winning the show look slim to none, according to betting apps.

The comedian is a huge 80/1 to be crowned King of the Jungle, and he is the clear odds-on favourite to be voted off the show next.

Seann is 2/9 to be booted off the series in fifth place, while Matt is 11/2 for the same fate, and Mike is 6/1, and it would be some shock if Owen (16/1) and Jill (33/1) were the next to go.

But the final four who remain will take part in the show's iconic Celebrity Cyclone trial, in which the celebrities don fetching superhero attire and attempt to walk up a huge, slippery waterslide with giant stars, only to be blasted by water cannons, confetti and plastic balls.

This will be the first Celebrity Cyclone in Australia since 2019, after the show returned to the jungle this year, when Covid travel restrictions allowed.

Whoever is crowned King or Queen of the Jungle, the show's 2022 return Down Under will certainly live long in the memory.

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