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CBB: Nadia favourite to be evicted as odds crash on Katie Hopkins

| 23.01.2015

After what feels like an eternity Celebrity Big Brother 2015 will finally bid farewell to its second evictee later tonight and Loose Woman Nadia Sawalha is the favourite to get the axe.

The former Eastenders actress got into a heated row with Katie Hopkins yesterday and with the Apprentice mouthpiece now the show favourite it’s Nadia who looks most likely to leave with odds of 8/11.

Glamour model-turned house victim Alicia Douvall, who claims to have learned the alphabet just two years ago, is priced at 13/8 to AB see the outside of the house tonight with Hopkins’ arch-nemesis Perez Hilton on at 7/1 and the fairly bland but surprisingly likeable Callum Best the rank outsider at 20/1.

Hopkins may be annoying some with her personal vendetta against Hilton but it seems the viewing public have warmed to her brazen displays of so-called honesty, with the columnist now on at 7/4 to win the show outright.

Commenting on her chances of winning, Ladbrokes’ Jessica Bridge said: “Katie might have entered the house as the CBB Bitch, but the odds clearly suggest she’ll be leaving as the Queen.”

Keith Chegwin, who remained a true gentleman in the face of a drunk and obnoxious Kavana last night, can be backed at 11/4 and the former Big Breakfast and Cheggers Plays Pop presenter looks a great bet to make the final – as it seems no one is going to vote him up for eviction.

Best completes the top three at 5/1 while one-time favourite Michelle Visage is the next best female, as far as the betting is concerned, with odds of 7/1 on an outright win.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.