McFly man and Geordie Shore star priced up to win I’m a Celeb
We’re edging closer and closer to another series of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, and it’ll come as no surprise to discover that the list of potential runners is continuing to grow by the day. The latest pair to join that list are Geordie Shore’s Charlotte Crosby and, perhaps more interestingly, McFly’s lead singer Tom Fletcher.
While it’s still Eamonn Holmes’ to lose, according to our traders at least, Charlotte Crosby could soon become his nearest challenger for the crown of King or Queen of the Jungle.
The Geordie girl is no stranger to our screens, and she already has one reality TV title to her name, winning Celebrity Big Brother back in 2013. But can she capture the hearts of a nation Down Under?
She’ll certainly face stiff competition from singer and guitarist Tom, who brought a lump to the throat of 18 million people (and counting) with his rather unique wedding speech three years ago.
The boy band member has since gone on to record a series of emotional videos with his childhood sweetheart, and should the 31-year-old enter the jungle, we reckon it’d be hard for anyone to stop him from winning.
McFly have a history of doing well in reality TV shows, with Harry Judd winning Strictly Come Dancing back in 2011, while Dougie Poynter was also crowned King of the Jungle that same year.
Meanwhile, Gogglebox’s Scarlett Moffatt remains the most-backed potential contestant, and her odds of 3/1 certainly reflect her popularity with punters.
Though producers are yet to confirm a date for the return of I’m a Celeb, it can only be a matter of time before a full list of participants is confirmed and we can start looking for the real value!
I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! odds:
Eamonn Holmes – 3/1
Scarlett Moffatt – 3/1
Ola Jordan – 4/1
Charlotte Crosby – 5/1
Lisa Snowden – 8/1
Will Young – 10/1
Carol Vorderman – 10/1
Tom Fletcher – 10/1
Nigel Farage – 12/1
Tyson Fury – 12/1
Sam Allardyce – 16/1
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing