I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Odds

I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Odds

Dropping a bunch of celebrities in an Australian jungle and watching them eat bugs and sleep on the floor for our own viewing pleasure, UK television doesn’t get much better than I’m A Celebrity.

The TV show first aired back in 2002, before quickly evolving into a bit of a national treasure for us Brits. We’ve seen sports stars, musicians and even politicians enter the jungle in the past, with this year’s lineup recently being revealed.

Aside from a few moments of television gold, the show also provides viewers with a few betting opportunities. Having a punt on these sort of shows have massively grown in popularity over time, so we’ve had a look into the outright odds in the I’m a Celebrity betting market. Find the frontrunners to win the show below, with all these prices being available with SkyBet.

Ian Wright the outright favourite

From scoring goals for fun at Highbury to the depths of a random Australian jungle. The current outright favourite to win I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here this year is Ian Wright.

Arsenal’s second all-time record goalscorer has been given a price of 2/1 to win the show, as he enters the show with a big existing fan-base and a trademark confident persona. Such factors were a contributing factor behind Harry Redknapp’s win last year, as viewers tend to enjoy and warm towards those with a lively personality. Most specifically too, Wright is a figure that others can relate too, due to his well-known life struggles and journey to the top.

The ex-footballer is now best known for his punditry work, to which he regularly appears on the popular shows of Match of the Day and on ITV during the international break. For football fans, he will certainly be the highlight in this year’s show and his charming personality is likely to win over fellow viewers too. At 2/1, it won’t come as a surprise to spectators to see Wright be made the initial favourite to win I’m a Celeb.

Roman Kemp and Andrew Whyment next in line

At 2/1, Wright is the massive favourite, as next in line with SkyBet is Roman Kemp at 5/1. The radio presenter is one of the younger entrees in this year’s programme at aged 26, so he could resonate with a large promotion of the show’s audience. This is the likely justification behind Kemp being one of the frontrunner’s, as he is the epitome of a ‘modern day presenter.’ Covering the likes of the X-Factor and the Global Awards, he won’t exactly be a new face to the majority of watchers.

Just behind Kemp is actor Andrew Whyment, who currently has an outright price of 11/2 to win I’m a Celebrity. The majority of viewers will recognise Whyment from Coronation Street, a show he has been on for just over 19 years. His character, Kirk Sutherland, is a well-liked figure on the show as he is known for his ‘innocent’ persona, an image that will boost his popularity inside the jungle. At 5/4 to make the top three, he is clearly favoured to go the distance.

James Haskell given outside shot

There is another ex-sports star entering the jungle this year in the shape of James Haskell. The 34-year-old is well known for his rugby career with Wasps RFC and Northampton Saints, whilst also featuring for England too. Unlike Wright though, he has been given an outside chance of 7/1 to win the show.

Haskell’s name has just recently been in the headlines, after he revealed that he will competing in Bellator MMA. The news certainly did numbers online, as we rarely see sports stars make such a transition. Perhaps he has entered the jungle to simply boost his image before entering the Octagon? Regardless of his motives in the show, Haskell may be a popular punt with rugby fans.

Caitlyn Jenner odds to win I’m a Celeb

A price which will likely surprise fellow punter’s are Caitlyn Jenner’s odds to win I’m a Celebrity this year.

Currently at 9/1 with SkyBet, Jenner has big value in this market, particularly given her global status. Before her famous transitioning in becoming a woman, Jenner was an Olympic gold medalist and had a relationship with mega-star Kris Jenner. In mainstream media, the name is recognisable with just about everyone, predominantly due to the astronomical rise of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Since her gender transition, Caitlyn Jenner has become a global front for LGBT community, appearing on the front of America’s leading publications and even winning ‘Woman of the Year’ in 2015. She arguably enters the jungle as the most famous celebrity and her avid followers will no doubt be tuning in to see how she performs. At 9/1, we expect her to be a popular pick.

Even her odds to finish in the top three at 5/2 is a selection with promising value.

Odd to win I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here 2019

All of the mentioned odds have been taken from SkyBet and are subject to change.

Ian Wright – 2/1

Roman Kemp – 5/1

Andrew Whyment – 11/2

James Haskell – 7/1

Caitlyn Jenner – 9/1

Nadine Coyle – 10/1

Myles Stephenson – 12/1

Adele Roberts – 14/1

Jacqueline Jossa – 14/1

Kate Garraway – 20/1