I’m a Celebrity Next to Leave Odds: Danielle is the odds-on fav for jungle exit

 | December 06 | 

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As predicted in yesterday's column, Fred got the chop last night, after some Sirieixly annoying behaviour in camp. Who will be next to join him, as we analyse the latest Betfred odds for I'm a Celebrity, Get me out of Here!?

I'm a Celebrity Next to Leave Odds

Danielle Harold - 10/11

The ex-Eastenders actress found herself in the bottom two alongside the now departed Fred last night and as any regular reader of this column will know, you can't say it's not been coming.

The 31-year-old started this process as one of the favourites but her odds to win have plummeted on a nightly basis and now stand at 50/1 to win the jungle crown.

It looks a close affair between Danielle, Nick and Marvin to leave tonight but if you asked me to pick one to go, it would have to be Harold.

Nick Pickard - 6/4

Nick continues to hang around like a lingering smell and I for one can't get enough of it.

It remains unclear if my five nightly votes are swaying the decision but until I'm proven wrong, by Jove, I'm going to carry on regardless.

The 48-year-old actor has been a breath of fresh air in camp and hasn't managed to get himself involved in any of the shenanigans which has divided camp.

'Tony' is still 80/1 to win the show but as long as he keeps avoiding the 'It could be you' line, he'll continue to shorten.

Marvin Humes - 7/2

Marvin was in the bottom two on Monday but escaped it last night, so perhaps my call out to JLSters to get voting worked? Either that or the 38-year-old's wife Rochelle has been on speed dial ever since?

Humes took part in the 'Fly On The Wall' bush tucker trial, along with Fred on Tuesday evening and took a huge fall from the massive, tilting, slippery platform in the sky.  I hope that's not a foreshadowing of another plummet tonight.

Nigel Farage - 12/1

I've got a feeling that we're going to see a fair bit more of Nigel yet.

The politician is also 12/1 to win the show, so I would expect he will make it to the last couple of shows.

If the 59-year-old has aspirations of picking up the King of the Jungle crown, he might have to do something extraordinary to shift those odds downwards.

Perhaps announce he will be joining the Tory party on his exit?

You can find all our I'm a Celebrity news on Betfred Insights specials hub. 

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