Andy Whyment has ‘already won’ I’m A Celebrity as betting odds are slashed

The winner of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! has already been indisputably decided – even though the live final is still hours away.

According to the bookies there can only be one top prize winner of the competition – and while that statement may be obvious, the odds on who will win have singled out a clear winner.

And, as what might be a shock to some fans, the contestants that bookies are backing is one that was a late arrival to the jungle.

Coronation Street star Andy Whyment, 38, has the best chance of sinning – with odds  give by Ladbrokes stacked at 2/7 – with the actor joining the show on day four of the contest as a late arrival.


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Former EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa is most likely to leave second – with the 27-year-old given odds of 4/1.

While Capital FM radio host Roman Keamp is most likely to finish in third place as his odds are at 10/1.

"Andy has stole the show Down Under this year and it looks as though Jacqueline will be finishing second the the Corrie star,” Ladbrokes publicist Alex Apati said.

Indeed, fans have been commenting on Twitter that Andy has "already won" the contest since the day he arrived in the jungle – with one fan tweeting: "May as well just stop now because @andywhyment81 has already won it."



While Andy’s warm charm may have won over his campmates and viewers, it is other contestants that have been stealing the limelight in terms of headlines.

Jacqueline Jossa has seen her personal life dragged back into the spotlight amid ongoing rumours her husband Dan Osborne has enjoyed a string of extramarital affairs – allegations he has vehemently denied.

While ex-campmate Caitlyn Jenner (who finished 6th and was voted out on Friday) drew attention as she candidly discussed the trial of OJ Simpson and her friendship with murder victim Nicole Brown.

The I'm A Celeb live final will air on ITV tonight at 9pm.

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