Compare Celebrity Big Brother Odds & Eviction Betting 2017

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Celebrity Big Brother Betting Odds – Outright Winner
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Celebrity Big Brother Eviction Betting Odds
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CBB Top Man Betting
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Celebrity Big Brother – Sex of Winner Odds
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Trends show favourites beat bullies in Celebrity Big Brother betting odds

Big Brother betting is one of the best ways to make watching this brand of reality TV more worthwhile. It has proved a relatively straightforward task to pick the winner in the past as the bookies’ odds have been a fair indicator.

If you are not averse to backing odds-on shots then gambling on each eviction can even become a tidy revenue source. In the recent Big Brother and CBB series the favourite to depart the house at each eviction session was more often than not the one who was actually asked to pack their bags on the night.

Looking back through the annals of time, in the 2011 Celebrity version, no one was in any doubt that Sally Bercow would be the first to leave the house. She was odds on to be the first casualty of public opinion and off she went as if by magic, mercifully removed from our TV screens at the earliest opportunity. Unfortunately she had her fair share of headlines in the years since.

As the unattractive wife of the dislikeable, diminutive Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow, she was part of the political status quo and therefore untrustworthy and unworthy of any public support. She also offered little in the way of entertainment or visual enjoyment for viewers. Sniping at David Hasselhoff’s ageing ex-wife wasn’t clever or funny.

A general rule of thumb for Big Brother betting is that older women are always going to be up against it in the Elstree house. You could also quite reasonably point out that Sally Bercow absolutely wasn’t a celebrity in anyone’s mind except perhaps her own, but that cannot be a feasible reason for her singular failure to attract public support.

But betting is never a certain art and Denise Welch, aged 53, managed to lift the Celebrity Big Brother crown in January 2012. Being old is certainly no barrier to victory as cockney joker Jim Davidson, 60, won the January 2014 version and American Gary Busey, 70, landed the summer series of the same year.

Chantelle Houghton, the undisputed nobody posing as a celebrity succeeded in winning in the fourth Celebrity Big Brother series in 2006. It probably helped that she was prettier and had a personality more likely to attract the support of the viewing public.

It is worth noting the abject record of Americans in the UK show, Busey (2014) remains the only one to have triumphed. In CBB January 2016 his compatriot, the loud-mouthed Tiffany Pollard spent a couple of weeks as bookmakers’ favourite, floating around odds of 5/4. It was only on the day of the final that the winner Scotty T finally shortened up and Tiffany’s odds drifted to second favourite, the position she still occupied in the betting when announced in fourth placed. This is a rule to keep on the right side of, particularly if you like a lay on the betting exchanges.

If you are a seasoned Big Brother fan and have a good idea of the likely winner from the start, the best way of making it pay is usually to place your bet on the outright winner as early as possible in the series. Only if the most feasible winner makes a massive, opinion-turning gaffe mid-series are the prices on offer for credible candidates likely to become more generous as the series progresses. If that happens you will probably want to hedge your bets anyway.

Occasionally an individual who actually is a celebrity enters the Big Brother house and makes a promising start but ruins their chances of victory as the series progresses. Vinnie Jones is an obvious example. He was the clear favourite in the Celebrity Big Brother betting in 2010, but managed to alienate Big Brother viewers by failing to hide his tendency to be a control freak and propensity to behave like a testosterone charged, arrogant bully. Admitting to paying £400 for a pair of socks wasn’t a particularly wise move either.

Bullies and villains often do fairly well in reality TV programmes as they tend to make more interesting viewing than the thoroughly mediocre, mild mannered diplomatic types but they very rarely win. Playboy twins Kristina and Karissa Shannon could be accused of bullying ultimate winner Denise in 2012. These dreadful blonde twins made it to the final day but were the first evicted at that stage, coming fifth. Their delusions of grandeur went down about as well as their playground bullying antics. No girls you are not that ‘hot’, Hugh Hefner et al just aren’t that fussy.

Another example was Stephanie Davis in 2016. She was roundly booed by the crowd for most of the show and a rank outsider until the final few days. Despite having an abysmal public profile, based on  perceivable lack of morals, she still came second.

A look at the past winners of both versions of Big Brother suggests that people will ultimately vote for a person that they like at the time. The very first UK series was won by the extremely personable Craig Phillips. In the Celebrity version Mark Owen and Bez (Mark Berry) fitted the bill. Unlike Vinnie, they were not people struggling to suppress the urge to throw someone through a window. In 2016, Scotty T, another good-looking young man, proved himself to be a thoroughly nice guy and he duly won with ease.

Alex Reid, victor in 2010 started at fairly long Celebrity Big Brother odds but shortened to odds-on by the final. Maybe he was supported by some form of sympathy vote as his ex-wife Katie Price had become a figure of derision. She was submitted to a record number of trials in another reality TV show, I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, before walking out of that show.

The 2011 non-celebrity version of the show was also won by a handsome young man, Aaron Allard. There was a public split about whether he was charming or simply a game player. The former view won out but he was the only winner to be met with some significant jeers on his exit from the house. Nobody could deny he had a softly spoken and intelligent vulnerability that appealed to a mass audience. There was an obvious nice-guy facet to his character.

There is something slightly perverse about a programme that encourages viewers to spy on the mundane actions and interactions of plebeians and Z list celebrities. Viewing figures tend to increase when there are feuds or furtive romances. Theories on what had happened when two housemates were witnessed canoodling under the same duvet in the Big Brother communal bedroom fill the tabloid press and temporarily boosted TV audiences.

It comes as no surprise that the origin of the television concept was a brainstorming at a Dutch TV production house. The first ever series was screened in the Netherlands in 1999. A year later it was adopted by the UK, USA, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, Sweden, Portugal and Argentina. At its most popular, the show was a peak time television hit in over 60 countries. Today, in the UK at least, it is looking distinctly tired and predictable with the same old tasks and twists, but Big Brother betting remains popular with the online bookies.

Whilst the 2011 move to Channel 5 could be seen as a relegation, demand dictates that the best online bookies continue to offer odds for the Top Man and Top Woman. You can even bet on the gender of the winner with some firms in addition to the ubiquitous outright winner and eviction markets.

With both a Celebrity Big Brother and a standard plebeian public show being screened twice each year, the opportunities to prosper abound. Predictability may do little to enthuse the average television viewer but it is extremely good news for fans of Big Brother betting.
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50 Responses to Compare Celebrity Big Brother Odds & Eviction Betting 2017

  1. KatieWaisselFan January 15, 2017 at 9:27 pm #

    My favs go:
    James C
    James J

  2. Rodrick October 16, 2016 at 8:11 pm #

    Muchos Gracias for your article. Really Cool.

  3. Andy D August 18, 2016 at 8:36 am #

    Got Renee E/W at 33/1….Will have to wait and see.

    Interested to see oddson Fri’s Eviction between:

  4. KatieFan August 10, 2016 at 10:25 am #

    If I put £10 on Katie Waissel, what would I get if she wins?

    • JustBookies August 10, 2016 at 10:37 am #

      At current best odds of 33/1 with Ladbrokes Bookmaker you would get £330 plus your £10 stake returned, so £340 back in total if she won.

  5. Liverlad July 24, 2016 at 3:04 am #

    Well if Alex wins we will all know this is a fix by BB. He does not have a personality or the voice to be any kind of future celebrity. If he wins it’s due to his connection with Vicky Pattison even though he was really just a driver for her that had to look a bit sexy. He is sexy but only for modelling. What’s more they seem to have a deal going on to give each other exposure and more so for Alex as Vicky is doing just fine. They have both played the media and stirred up the public by pretending they may be an item, but on Vicky’s birthday Alex sent his apologies on Twitter saying he had work commitments but was sat at home for two days apart from going the gym and I know this as I live close by. I wonder if he has any interest in women anymore as he has not dated or been spotted with any female company off work for over three years now. All his tweets are from and directed to other males, many of who he refers to as my man such and such. He is always posting selfies with other males in them except when it’s his dyke looking sister. He doesn’t smoke or wear glasses and yet he does in BB which is obviously part of his game plan to try and look cool. His little banter with Evelyn was also a game plan. He is certainly not interested there other than to further his chances. Like I say if Alex wins this the it’s 100% a fix by BB and will discredit the whole show not just for me but many thousands of others.

    • Toni August 26, 2016 at 5:31 pm #

      Bear to win

  6. Liz Tattersall July 24, 2016 at 1:49 am #

    I personally hate Jason, firstly as he is the most boring person in the house along with Alex! But I think he and Andy his soulmate might win as I think now that they are the most boring and most uninteresting people in the house! Also selfish Jason and Alex taking money out of the prize is so very wrong! I know it’s a game but the worse people always seem to win! So makes the programme very boring to watch.

  7. Ted Braden July 23, 2016 at 12:50 pm #

    Why can’t we know who gets what votes or is this a BB fiddle so BB keep who they want in and not who the public want?

  8. Fred July 19, 2016 at 12:15 pm #

    Andy looks big odds to win BB at 6/1.

  9. Lynda July 16, 2016 at 10:09 pm #

    If I put a tenner on Hughie, what is the best odds, I don’t gamble. How much would I win?

    • JustBookies July 17, 2016 at 12:10 am #

      £12.50 profit and your tenner returned = £22.50 returned for a tenner at best current odds of 5/4.

  10. Dookie Cabron July 15, 2016 at 2:05 am #

    Jackson is a draining bore with his histrionics and self flagellation after speaking out or doing something he later considers bad on his part. He makes that whiny voice to garner sympathy but remains dry eyed throughout. He’s a hypocrite and a devious player fawning honour and integrity but when push comes to shove he couldn’t say YES fast enough when he was offered 5 grand. His pathetic “street voice” is hilarious because it sounds so stooopid coming from him. But worse of all is calling Georgina “my missus” as if he owned her…HE’D ONLY JUST MET HER !! In other words, he aint getting MY vote to win OR stay any longer than he has to…just get rid and piddle off back to your son….he needs you more than we do….

  11. Dan July 6, 2016 at 12:00 pm #

    Emma Jensen is so sexy. She looks a big price at 33/1 in the Big Brother odds or am I missing something here?

  12. Jack barlow June 29, 2016 at 2:53 pm #

    Jackson all the way

  13. Kyle June 11, 2016 at 8:27 am #

    Georgina to win! Love her

    • Smoking July 14, 2016 at 10:23 pm #

      Ha Ha!

  14. harry millington February 5, 2016 at 8:14 pm #

    Scotty t should win

  15. Billy February 5, 2016 at 7:14 pm #

    Good little write up, thanks!

  16. Tina January 22, 2016 at 1:16 am #

    I think that Scottie or John should win, one of them.

    • Deb January 31, 2016 at 1:19 am #

      Daniella to win.

    • Hayley February 4, 2016 at 8:24 pm #

      Tiffany to win! Boom! She’s the nuts!

  17. Kinga July 16, 2015 at 5:24 pm #

    As long as that dreadful Chloe doesn’t win. She is as jealous as hell coz Jack has got the £23,900 in his back pocket.

  18. chris July 15, 2015 at 10:24 pm #

    Why bitch all the time about the house mates at least they got off there ass and entered the show and none of you have the balls to do it pie face to win.

    • Kinga July 16, 2015 at 5:21 pm #

      What an imbecile you are Chris. The housemates are there to be criticized, that’s the whole point of the show. Go run along and grow up. Pathetic.

  19. Diego July 12, 2015 at 5:31 pm #

    Danny is a ghastly excuse for a human. Don’t waste your money on that imbecile.

  20. Ben July 12, 2015 at 4:25 pm #

    I think Helen should be arrested for racist towards Brian and for forcing the legend out, bless his heart. But overall I think Chloe should win she’s so sweet and is the only person that I see that hasn’t been fake. I think Chloe or Joel should win, everyone else just moans and bitches about each other.

    • Diego July 12, 2015 at 5:28 pm #

      Chloe is as fake a two pound note !! She’s so desperate to win, it’s embarrassing. She’s full of crap and has double standards. If Chloe wins it’ll be the biggest travesty since Maradonna…

  21. Craig July 8, 2015 at 5:34 pm #

    Joel to win. Get Jack out.

  22. slim July 6, 2015 at 9:41 pm #

    Omg. That Chloe is one manipulative two-faced bitch. She moans like heck about Jack swapping some prize fund for some luxury items whilst she was the main culprit of talking during the first part of the task which reduced the prize fund considerably in the first place. Get the miserable boring fat cow out!

  23. Alison July 6, 2015 at 12:47 am #

    Why did BB fix the vote and get rid of Marc? There’s no way on this earth that people like Sam or Jack could ever be seen as entertaining. It’s a switch off for me from now on. If I want to watch boring people being ignorant I can watch a Labour party conference!

  24. Elvis July 4, 2015 at 4:19 pm #

    The whole BB show must be rigged. Now Marc has gone, it’s going to be crap. Who wants to watch those other fools all day. Danny is a bully, Sam is a cow, Jack is a slob, Harry is a bunny boiler, Nick is Harry’s lapdog, Christian and Chloe are so boring that they aren’t even worth mentioning, so Joel will probably win – not that I’ll be watching, Marc was Big Brother.

  25. Darren July 3, 2015 at 7:34 pm #

    I think Danny knows Marc is one of the favourites to win, so wants to make him out to be the bad guy in the house. The biggest brown nose is Danny himself and biggest bully. If us Irish could vote Marc would win hands down, we can see how much its becoming a racist campaign with Danny and his slut. Why didn’t we see his warning for throwing bread at Marc and telling him he would glass him only for the cameras. Then the blonde bimbo threatened Marc that her big daddy will sort him out when they leave. This is against all BB rules and if Marc had done any of the above he would have been booted out by Big Brother. It’s becoming a joke, the treatment of Marc.

  26. alison June 30, 2015 at 6:26 pm #

    I’m fed up with seeing Jack skulking around in his dressing gown all day. He makes me feel depressed, he has even less personality than Danny. I hope he gets evicted so he can get back to his day job in MacDonalds. Marc to win, it’s easy money imo.

  27. Elvis June 29, 2015 at 10:38 am #

    Danny is such an idiotic numbskull. He thinks he’s the top dog, but he’s just a lab-rat. Get him out.

  28. Slim June 27, 2015 at 4:53 pm #

    Can’t believe Jack hasn’t been evicted yet. He is a slob. Get him out!

  29. Elvis June 22, 2015 at 11:14 pm #

    The more I watch BB, the more I think Joel might just win, it’s clearly going to be between him and Marc. The sooner Jack goes the better, he makes my teeth itch. That Sam is two faced as well.

  30. Craig June 22, 2015 at 9:34 am #

    Jack is the fatboy who everybody feels sorry for, he won’t win, he’s almost as boring as Christian. Chloe sits on the fence so much she’s got splinters on her bum. Harry, showbiz, Nick and Sam are just making the numbers up. Danny thinks it’s all about him, when in reality he is just an uneducated chav. So it’s either Marc or Joel to win, with Marc slightly ahead atm.

  31. Emma June 20, 2015 at 11:00 pm #

    The only decent housemate is Marc, yeah he is loud and annoying but he is hilarious, honest and entertaining. He is forever defending himself against the click and the bad boy wannabes.

    • Elvis June 21, 2015 at 5:55 pm #

      Well said Emma, Danny, Christian and the rest of the playground bullies are constantly trying to break Marc, but he’s more of a man than all those idiots put together. Also, surely Jack isn’t intelligent enough to work at MacDonalds? He reminds me of the late great John Candy, but nowhere near as funny…

  32. Abigail June 11, 2015 at 7:18 pm #

    Marc is a cocky, arrogant, loud mouth and he isn’t funny. I do not understand why he is 3/1 favourite in the Big Brother odds.

    • Elvis June 14, 2015 at 6:28 pm #

      Marc is favourite because he will win. The rest are a bunch of wannabe misfits, whose only ever achievement in life will be signing on the dole once a fortnight.

      • Emma June 20, 2015 at 10:57 pm #

        Well said 🙂 the rest are wet lettuces lol, Danny doesn’t like him because he isn’t top dog hahaha. MARC TO WIN or Joel

  33. Mark Roeleveld June 7, 2015 at 9:55 pm #

    Why is Jack no longer favourite? He has done nothing wrong. He deserves to win.

    • Elvis June 10, 2015 at 12:32 am #

      Jack is a boring mediocre young man. He shows as much respect for his housemates as he does for his BMI.

    • Emma June 20, 2015 at 10:59 pm #

      Because he is a bi**c, he sits there in arguments and says nothing then spends the next hour slagging them off! Says nothing to their faces.

  34. Pennie September 8, 2014 at 9:40 pm #

    There can only be one winner – Gary Busey! Whoever decided that Dee, Lauren, Ricci and George are celebrities are seriously deluded. How can Dee believe that the British public would possible vote to keep her in! Amazing how 100k can cure severe depression. In the diary room wanting to go home . . . exit left please.

  35. Dexter Cole September 2, 2014 at 7:23 pm #

    Can’t believe we are stuck with James for another few days. He is just an arrogant git. Celebrity my foot. He wont make it to the second page of my Z-list of celebs. Can’t wait to see the back of Stephanie, Ricci and Lauren. Gary to win.

  36. Tina Reardon August 29, 2014 at 8:49 pm #

    My favourite to win is Dee Kelly but I also back Audley Harrison and Claire King will be placing bets soon. Good luck to all the housemates xx

    • Roger Harris August 30, 2014 at 1:55 pm #

      Dee is not a celebrity, was two faced on Benefit Street, and is two faced and sycophantic on Big Brother. She tries to be the Earth Mother & caring ‘Best Friend’ to those she perceives as the ‘in crowd’ and jumps on the bandwagon in attacking/criticising those whom the ‘in crowd’ are unjustly bullying, chiefly Gary Busey. He is the only true celebrity in the house and is harmless and deserving of greater respect and tolerance than he has been shown so far by total non-entities who should keep their mouths closed and thank God for their great good fortune in being classified as ‘celebrities’ and paid to appear in the show. Gary to win. Audley 2nd. Claire 3rd. Frenchy 4th.