I'm A Celeb 2021: favourite to win ITV show revealed as line-up 'confirmed'
While traditional Christmas festivities might come to mind as we go into November, you might also associate it with the excitement of your favourite TV shows making their annual appearance.
This year the show will be filmed in Gwrych Castle near Abergele in North Wales for the second year after coronavirus restrictions stopped the show being broadcast from a jungle in Australia.
Celebrities including Frankie Bridge and Louise Minchin are set to spend two weeksliving on rations and surrounded by critters althoughthe line-up for this year's series has not yet been officially confirmed by ITV.
William Hill has revealed its odds as it predicts the king or queen of the castle this year.
The bookmaker has released the odds for all 12 contestants in the unconfirmed line-up and Frankie Bridge is coming out as the predicted winner at the moment.
According to sources, a 13th celebrity, DJ Locksmith, has been called on to act as a back-up due to Covid-19.
Frankie Bridge is set to enter the castle, five years after her husband Wayne began his journey in the Australian jungle.
The former The Saturdays star and Loose Women presenter sits as a 9-2 favourite as she’s baced to take the crown.
William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams said: “We’re huge fans of the show and, after being the first bookmaker to open their I’m A Celebrity market in 2021, we’ll be across everything from camp departures to Bushtucker trials.
“This year’s line-up is excellent, and we’ve gone with Frankie Bridge as the early frontrunner. But with so many big names involved and plenty of intriguing back stories, it really is one of the toughest to call in years.
“We are particularly looking forward to seeing how long-serving soap duo Adam Woodyatt and Simon Gregson get on, but with plenty of sporting interest too, and the likes of Louise Minchin, Richard Madeley and Arlene Phillips sat round the campfire, it should be perfect Autumn viewing.”
Simon Gregson who played Steve McDonald on Coronation Street for 32 years is 5-1 while Adam Woodyatt, Eastenders’ longest serving actor, sees himself at 7-1.
Danny Miller from Emmerdale matches Gregson at 5-1 and Louise Minchin, former BBC Breakfast host, is currently 6-1.
What are odds for the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! winner?
Here is a list of the current odds from William Hill. The odds listed are correct at time of publishing.
- Frankie Bridge 9-2
- Danny Miller 5-1
- Simon Gregson 5-1
- Louise Minchin 6-1
- Adam Woodyatt 7-1
- David Ginola 9-1
- Richard Madeley 11-1
- Kadeena Cox 11-1
- Matty Lee 12-1
- Naughty Boy 16-1
- Snoochie Shy 20-1
- Arlene Phillips 25-1
You can watch the first episode of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! from Sunday November 21 at 9pm on ITV.