Compare I’m A Celebrity Odds: Outright Winner 2021 & Next Elimination Betting

Last updated December 13th, 2021

Compare 2021 I’m A Celebrity odds on outright winner, next elimination and more betting markets from the top bookies plus claim bookmaker free bets.

Im A Celebrity Odds – Outright Winner Betting
To Win I’m A Celebrity TV Show 2021; Best odds bold; Each-Way Place Terms: Win Only.
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Im A Celebrity – Next Elimination Betting Odds
To Be Voted Out of I’m A Celebrity, Next To Leave.
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Im A Celebrity – Top Man Odds
To Finish Top Male.
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Im A Celebrity – Top Female Odds
To Finish Top Woman.
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Im A Celeb – Gender of Winner
Winner’s Sex / Gender.
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I’m A Celebrity Odds Guide & Preview 2021: Frankie Fancied In Betting

Frankie: Strong in I'm A Celeb OddsThe 2021 renewal of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here is confined to chilly Gwrych Castle in Wales rather than the sweltering Australian jungle and an interesting selection of celebs have agreed to take part, writes Fiona Derek.

The bookies’ early I’m A Celebrity odds have David Ginola and Frankie Bridge as favourites but this review starts with another popular personality. The 65-year-old Richard Madeley of ‘Richard and Judy’ fame looks likely to be the father figure of the group. Married to Judy Finnigan for 35 years, the couple have had their own chat show and co-presented This Morning.

He felt ‘taken aback’ when he heard the public had voted for him to take part in the first trial, saying they did not know what he was like. He was also dismayed when he realised he would be competing against someone half his age after his VIP entrance to the castle.

His opponent was the 32-year-old singer and songwriter Frankie Bridge who was persuaded by her husband Wayne to take part. The former footballer thoroughly enjoyed his time in the jungle in 2016 and did well in Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins too. Frankie was also chauffeured into the castle and has been a member of the pop groups S Club 8 and The Saturdays. She did well in Strictly Come Dancing, finishing as the runner-up in 2014 and has also been involved in reality television. Her net worth is reported as £11 million so she does not need to do this for the money.

Frankie admits to being scared of everything and Wayne has warned her not to scream too much if she wants to avoid doing trials all the time. She is one of the favourites in the I’m A Celebrity betting and was the choice of the winning red team to represent them in the key challenge. She managed to ignore countless critters and beat Richard easily securing the red team the keys to the castle.

Actor Danny Miller aka Aaron Dingle in Emmerdale was also one of the early 2021 I’m A Celeb favourites before the opening show. After 13 years portraying Aaron he has quit Emmerdale and wants people to know who he is, and how different he is from the character he has played for so long. He recently became a father, an event that has changed his attitude to work.

The 30-year-old Danny is emotional about leaving Emmerdale but reckons the fee for appearing on I’m A Celeb should be adequate to keep the newly expanded family going for a year. He is not looking forward to eating horrible things but had to swallow his own vomit three times in the helicopter ride. His melodramatic behaviour is reminiscent of Jordan North who finished second last year.

Choreographer and former Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene Phillips loved the landscape en route to the castle but felt car sick. She admits to being OCD about dirt and has to have everything clean and tidy. She puts herself in the ‘scared of everything’ category and is the oldest celeb to take part in the show at 78. She envisages taking on the role of ‘mum’ in the camp.

Faced with her first challenge she talked the confident talk beforehand but failed dismally to achieve the task of moving a spanner through a subterranean chamber full of snakes. Ineptitude rather than fear was the issue. She is the least fancied person in the I’m A Celeb betting odds.

Footballing legend David Ginola was the first celeb to enter the castle and sniffed the orange liquid in a champagne glass with disgust. It was orange juice rather than Bucks Fizz. He said that he was nervous and excited in his intro VT but denied feeling anxiety when asked by his fellow early arrivals at the castle.

Dressed in a leather jacket, jeans and a large scarf he seems keen to appear cool and succeeded in reassuring his companions in the helicopter. He also did his best to help Arlene in the task and retained his sense of humour when she was hopeless and it was obvious that failure was imminent. He was not delighted to be ignored by the successful red team looking to pick team mates and was appalled when there were no towels in the shower in the castle clink. His price shortened significantly in the 2021 I’m A Celebrity odds after the opening show and he could provide entertaining viewing.

The cold and heights are not things that the multiple Paralympic gold medal-winning sprinter and cyclist Kadeena Cox enjoys. Fortunately she did not have to walk the plank but got on with the job when picked by the successful red team to represent them in the spanner and snakes challenge. She is ultra-competitive, copes well under pressure and won Celebrity MasterChef earlier this year. She also did well in The Great Celebrity Bake Off three years ago.

When the red team gained access to the castle Kadeena immediately took on the role of cook and made the most of the rabbit provided. She is a massive achiever but one of the outsiders in the I’m A Celebrity betting.

Olympic diver Matty Lee has already experienced his number one dream of winning a gold medal, in the synchronised diving with Tom Daly in Tokyo. The 23-year-old claims his second dream was to appear on this show, even though he could not cope with the mouse in Daly’s house.

Matty reckons he lacks survival skills but was very impressive in his first challenge for the red team. Unphased by the snakes, he assessed the task analytically and helped Kadeena to complete it. They won easily as Arlene struggled. Matty appears to be a thoroughly decent, likeable young man and deserves to do well but no Olympian has done better than third. Top sportspeople rarely provide the drama loved by viewers.

BBC Breakfast’s Louise Minchin has a thing about cockroaches and is going to miss her ‘creature comforts’. The 53-year-old was not elated at the idea of a helicopter ride and was horrified at having to compete against Danny in the first 2021 I’m A Celebrity challenge, regretting ‘being so nice’ to him.

She helped him anyway with words of support and beat him in the race to stamp on the button at the end of a plank suspended precariously over a quarry. The success made her a member of the red team. She seems pragmatic and positive and deserves to be offered at single figures in the 2021 I’m A Celeb betting.

The DJ, presenter, model and ‘style icon’ Snoochie Shy claims that she suffers from claustrophobia and a fear of heights and does not want to carry the contents of the toilet. At 5 foot 11 she is used to a lofty view of the world and may protest too much. She managed the plank with minimal fuss, beating her significantly shorter opponent to the button after offering words of encouragement. He was hesitant and took ages to reach the all-important combat zone. Is that altruistic or did she just want to get back on terra firma as soon as possible? The same question applies to Louise who encouraged Danny.

Snoochie’s hesitant opponent was the award-winning music producer Naughty Boy who has worked with the top talent in the industry. He has camped at music festivals and prepared himself for participation in I’m A Celeb by eating only one meal a day for a month. He was slow to get going on the plank but loved it when he was literally dropped as a loser. He enjoyed dangling on the end of the support wire, comparing it to flying.

There are two more celebrities reportedly set to join the party soon. Coronation Street’s Steve McDonald, Simon Gregson is the most fancied of them. The 47-year-old actor has received many awards for comedy and performance but the castle will present him with a very different challenge. Adam Woodyatt, best known as Ian Beale in EastEnders, is the other. This 53-year-old actor is mid division in the I’m A Celeb odds.

Picking the likely winner at such an early stage is a challenge but Danny, David and Frankie look worthy market leaders in the bookmakers’ betting after the opening show.

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