Big Brother UK Presenter Odds - Maya Jama now INTO 5/1 to host the REBOOT of Big Brother UK!

Big Brother UK Presenter Odds - Maya Jama now INTO 5/1 to host the REBOOT of Big Brother UK!
  • Maya Jama is now 5/1 to present the new series of Big Brother
  • Rylan Clark-Neal still the heavy 1/4 favourite to present the show
  • Big Brother set to return in 2023 on ITV as confirmed during Monday night's Love Island Final

Maya Jama is now 5/1 to present the new series of Big Brother

Maya Jama is now 5/1 to present the new reboot of Big Brother with some bookmakers adding her to the betting market.

As with most specials markets, different bookmakers have different contenders in the odds and it's no different with the Big Brother Host market.

Betway don't feature Jama in their betting market but elsewhere she is second favourite to host the show.

Other contenders in some markets include Mo Gilligan and Leigh Francis, who both have history presenting on ITV.

Maya Jama is now into 5/1 with some bookmakers to present Big Brother's 2023 reboot on ITV 2.

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Rylan Clark-Neal still the heavy 1/4 favourite to present the show

Rylan Clark-Neal is still 1/4 favourite with Betway to host the reboot of Big Brother after the show was confirmed to be back on ITV earlier this week.

Big Brother Reboot Presenter Odds Probability
Rylan Clark-Neal 1/4 80.0%
Alison Hammond 10/1 9.1%
Kate Lawler 10/1 9.1%
Emma Willis 16/1 5.9%
Davina McCall 20/1 4.8%


Alison Hammond appeared as a contestant on Big Brother back in 2002 and she is 10/1 alongside Kate Lawler.

Emma Willis was the last presenter of Big Brother on Channel 5 and stated that she wouldn't be interested in presenting the show this time.

Big Brother set to return in 2023 on ITV as confirmed during Monday night's Love Island Final

During the adverts of the Love Island Final on Monday, ITV confirmed the return of Big Brother on their channel.

Paul Mortimer, Director of Reality Commissioning & Acquisitions and Controller at ITV said:

“This refreshed, contemporary new series of Big Brother will contain all the familiar format points that kept viewers engaged and entertained the first time round, but with a brand new look and some additional twists that speak to today’s audience."

Big Brother's return will be huge for UK reality show fans with the series being off the air for nearly 4 years.

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