Who will be the first celebrity to be voted off the hit ITV show I'm a Celebrity, Get me out of Here? We've taken a look at the odds and given you our thoughts.
First Eviction Odds
Nella Rose - 10/11
The Youtuber really didn't endear herself to the watching public from day 1, when she had a go at two popular campmates in Fred Sirieux and then Sam Thompson.
Her argument with Fred in particular was bizarre and has led to a thousand Twitter memes mocking the overreaction.
She appeared to have won a few people back over after she made up with the Maître d and had a debate with Nigel Farage about immigration but another lengthy row with the controversial politician, apparently saw bosses intervene and tell them to stop.
Combine the above controversies with some pretty abject efforts in the jungle trials and you can see why Nella is a big favourite to get voted out.
The only thing that might put me off here, is she has already talked about walking off the show and following previous contestants Grace Dent and Jamie Lynn Spears in leaving of her own volition.
Frankie Dettori - 2/1
The popular jockey doesn't appear to be winning over the viewers in the same way he has done with racing fans.
52-year-old Dettori did warn he was grumpy at times, before entering the jungle, so it's no real surprise.
Frankie has got stuck into the bushtucker trials but appears to be struggling to adjust to life in camp, after his initial stint in charge of the winning team saw him sleeping in the team coach.
Some fans on twitter seem to think that Dettori has had enough of happy-go-lucky camp leader Sam Thompson, which could be one of the reasons for his short odds here.
Nick Pickard - 9/2
Ah Tony, Tony...
I really don't get this one, as Nick has probably been my favourite camp mate so far but I'm obviously in the minority.
The Hollyoaks legend is the rank outsider to win the show at 150/1 and while he's clearly popular in camp, perhaps people don't feel strongly enough to vote for him?
I'd be extremely surprised if he leaves first up though.
Nigel Farage - 14/1
Just like last year, the nature of these votes mean that you don't vote for who you want out, merely who you want to win and the least popular leaves.
That meant that fellow politician Matt Hancock went very deep last year as there was a lot of people voting him to stay in.
That will be the case with Farage and probably to a deeper extent. The ex-UKIP right winger is only 8/1 to be crowned the King of the Jungle after all.
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