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I'm a Celebrity Get Me out of Here 2021 Rumour Mill Role Call and Betting

Steve Madgwick

Published: Sep 20, 5:34pm Last Updated: Sep 28, 8:05am 0 Comments 47 Views

I'm a Celebrity Returns to Wales in 2021 and the Rumours are Underway

The I'm a Celebrity Get me Out of Here rumour mill is in full force but bookmakers currently make Louise Minchin the most likely to be confirmed from the list at 3/1 favourite after quitting her BBC presenting role.

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Specialist - OLBG.com

It's that time of year again when we begin to anticipate the unbridled pleasure of watching a celebrity we know, or don't know in some cases, force-fed creepy crawlies and random animal genitals, whilst squatting in cold and damp castle in Wales.

Whilst no official announcement has been made as to who the celebrity contestant will be this year, the rumour mill has begun and betting sites are quoting odds on who we may be watching.

Celebrity Sphere Odds Probability%
Louise Minchin TV Presenter 3/1 25%
Nick Grimshaw Presenter 4/1 20%
Jake Wood Eastenders Actor 5/1 16%
Tom Daley or Matty Lee Olympians 11/2 15%
Liberty Pool Love Island Contestant 6/1 14%
Jade Thirwall Litte Mix Member 6/1 14%
Eric Cantona Footballer/Actor 8/1 11%
Paul Gascoigne Ex Footballer 10/1 9%
Pete Sandiford Gogglebox Star 10/1 9%
Christopher Skelly Judoku Paraylmpian 10/1 9%
Sam Aston Coronation St Actor 12/1 7%
Rosie Jones Comedian 14/1 6%
Lee Riley Gogglebox Star 16/1 5%
Roy Keane ROI Footballer 25/1 3%
Laura Kenny Olympian 25/1 3%
Jake Whitehall Comedian 33/1 3%
Bradley Walsh Presenter/Comedian 50/1 2%

Louise Minchin has quit her breakfast show position for 'other opportunities' and who could resist being dumped in a box with snakes with Ant & Dec creased up with laughter watching the action unfold. She is currently the favourite of this list of unconfirmed celebrities currently on the rumour mill role call

And betting sites will be opening a book on the 2021 winner of the series as soon as the contestants are announced.

Actors & Actresses or Sport Stars

In the 20 previous I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here shows, Actors and actresses have won more times [5] than any other occupation. Eastenders Actor Jake Wood who plays Max Branning is the shortest price rumour at 5/1 to enter the Castle in Wales.

When it comes to predicting the winner of I'm a Celebrity get Me out Of here, it is very difficult with almost a perfect split between the areas each of the celebs come from

Band members or Singers have won 5 of the 19 series today, which is one more than Soap stars, whilst Reality TV stars and sportspeople have won 3 series each.

Using the 19 previous series results we can come up with these odds and probabilities based on the celebrity's main area of occupation.

Betting on Winners Occupation

Winners Occupation Previous Wins % Odds
Actor/Actress 5 25% 3/1
Reality - TV 4 20% 4/1
Sports 3 15% 11/2
Music 3 15% 11/2
Presenters 3 15% 11/2
Comedian 1 5% 20/1
Journalist 1 5% 20/1

You can find a full list of previous winners and more stats and data on the I'm a Celebrity Get me out Of Here betting guide.

As heartwarming and funny a comedian might be in keeping things light-hearted and people entertained in camp, they have not done well in previous versions of the show. Shane Ritchie came close in 2020 with his endearing character, but only Jow Pasquale can boast a win for the occupation category from way back in 2004. It doesn't bode well for Rosie Jones should she go in.

Olympic Stars

Chris Skelley. Photograph: imagecomms/ParalympicsGB/PA

With the Olympics and Paralympics taking place in Tokyo this year, I think there is a good chance of finding one or two gold medalists heading to a chilly Wales.

With Emma Raducanu probably sweeping up the SPOTY award pushing Tom Daley aside in the process, we might see the Gold Medal winner or his Diving Partner Matty Lee appear.

From the Paralympics, one of the toughest competitors who would find the rigours of the show a breeze would be Judoku Gold Medallist Christopher Skelly, who would walk through the challenges. Whether he could survive without Pork Pies and Yorkshire Tea is another matter though.

Christopher Skelly would complete the tough challenges with brutish force representing the incredible medal-winning Paralympians from Tokyo this year. He is 10/1 to be a part of the show there it's a 100% certainly a Pork Pie would be his luxury item.

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Specialist - OLBG.com

When Does It Start?

No official date has been given as to when I'm a Celebrity will begin, but we know it is usually mid to the end of November, with the 2020 series starting on the 15th of November, we can be fairly sure it will be around this date.

As soon as we have confirmation or stronger rumours about who might be going into the castle, we will update the odds and bring you more betting market information.


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