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Tiffany Pollard favourite to beat Brits and win Celebrity Big Brother

| 25.01.2016

American Tiffany Pollard has emerged as a shock contender to win the latest edition of Celebrity Big Brother.

The US reality TV star was once as big as 33/1 to win the show but with all hell breaking loose around her the self-styled ‘Head B***h In Charge’ has now been cut to just 6/4 to exit the house victorious.

With other popular housemates seeing their reputations tarnished through boozed-up tantrums, dirty underwear, persistent bickering and borderline bullying Pollard is now the only woman with a realistic shot at winning according to the betting.

TOWIE stalwart Gemma Collins is now a 25/1 shot after her attitude towards a hairdresser appeared to put punters off, while Steph Davis’ flirtatious antics have seen her cut to 33/1.

Daniella Westbrook is still in the house, despite threatening to quit, but she’s seemingly out of the running , with the former Eastenders actress now a distant 40/1.

So, who can stop Pollard’s march to victory?

Geordie Shore lothario Scott ‘Scotty T’ Timlin is the favourite among the male contingent, with the Newcastle lad on at 7/4, while former Hollyoaks bad boy Darren Day can be backed at 5/1.

John Partridge was the early favourite to win but his odds have tumbled with every argument. Once the market leader at 7/2 the sometime actor can now be backed at 10/1.

X Factor flop Christopher Maloney has done his best to get involved in the antics but has been largely anonymous and remains an outsider at 20/1.

And finally Jeremey McConnell is bringing up the rear with the tattooed model a 50/1 shot to be crowned king.

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.