I’m A Celebrity Odds 2021

I'm A Celebrity

Now let’s be fair, pretentious celebrities can be very annoying at the best of times. But there’s nothing better than throwing a group of them deep into the jungle and make them do the most horrific things until they reach their breaking point.

I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here is as popular as ever. By the time the 2021 edition of the show rolls around, it will their 21st season!

Plus, for those fans of the show out there, it’s going to be around until at least 2023 as ITV bosses signed the show-up again for three more years in February 2020.

The first series went to air in 2002 and the concept was to get eight celebrities and make them live in a camp in the Australian outback with next to nothing for three weeks.

Throw into the mix, disgusting trails, and outrageous challenges that include snakes and even crocodiles and see just how far they will go to get more food for the team. Will they crack and fall apart, live on tv?

The 2021 Show

To look ahead to the 2021 line-up, we need to take small step back to 2020. A lot changed. Firstly, the show did not take place in Australia.

Instead, our intrepid celebrities headed off to the wilds of Wales. And while there may not be a jungle, there was a castle and it certainly looked a lot more spacious, even if the trials were just as bad, if not worse than in previous shows.

All the contestants seemed to be quite lovely. There wasn’t the controversy of past years with them all mucking in helping each other out.

The only other major difference was the time. Usually, we get to see Ant & Dec first thing in the morning (Australian time), but in 2020 they were on UK time and it threw their schedule into slight disarray.

When they visited the campmates live at the end of each evening, it was closing in on 10pm. The chosen celeb then had to do the trial which meant very late nights. Hence the reason for the very unpopular ‘catch-up’ show on Saturdays – celebs need their sleep!!

But despite this, the show still raked in millions of viewers every night. Nearly a million more people watched every night than in 2019. Then again, as it was 2020 there wasn’t a lot else to do!

And due to restrictions still in place in Australia, our new cohort of celebs and wannabees are heading back to Wales again in 2021.

Betting On I’m A Celebrity

So if you’ve been watching you’re sure to already have a favourite. Some stand out more than others but as a group, they’re easy and fun to watch, and the show, sare I say it, may actually be better in Wales than Australia. I know, it’s a controversial opinion!

Anyway, if you think you’re favourite celeb can win you may want to know about the odds and betting on them. Unsurprisingly it’s very popular to bet on TV competitions like Strictly Come Dancing, SPOTY, X Factor and I’m a Celeb.

But before you rush off and make your bet, are there any good tactics? Well, the celebs get heaps of publicity before the show starts so it is quite easy to gauge who is the publics’ favorite in advance.

It goes without saying that the earlier you make your selection, the better the odds that are available. But beware, this does not always apply, because they may just fall apart in there.

So if you fancy a bet on I’m A Celebrity, then check out all the odds below.

Odds for I’m a Celebrity Contestants 2021

With Giovanna Fletcher becoming the first Queen Of The Castle in 2020, we only have to wait a few weeks to find out who she will be passing the crown to.

Now on air, I’m a Celebrity returned to ITV on 21st November. It started with a bumper episode airing from 9pm to 10.40pm!

Things haven’t gone smoothly so far. Richard Madeley had to leave as he needed hospital treatment and once the isolation bubble was burst he couldn’t return.

Then Storm Arwen roared through the UK causing damage to the camp at the castle. As such the show wasn’t able to go ahead for Saturday or Sunday while everything was being fixed.

The contestants were removed and although still in quarantine, were put up in a hotel. They returned and continued as normal with Naughty Boy tasked with doing the trial almost every single night thanks to the voting public.

Elimatinations began on Sunday 5th December with Arlene the first to go. Kadeena Cox was next and the voting reopened for the third celebrity to get the boot in 2021.

One by one our celebs were whittled down until three remained in the final – Frankie Bridge, Danny Miller and Simon Gregson. The final was live on Sunday 12th December with Danny Miller being crowned King of the Castle!

And so we now wait for another year until a fresh batch of celebrities pit their wits against the castle – or will it be back in Australia again?? Only time will tell!

Paddy Power Odds applicable as of 12th December 2021 – I’m A Celebrity
Danny Miller Winner Simon Gregson 2nd Frankie Bridge 3rd
David Ginola Out Adam Woodyatt Out Matty Lee Out
Louise Minchin Out Naughty Boy Out Snoochie Shy Out
Kadeena Cox Out Arlene Philips Out Richard Madeley Out

Last Seven I’m a Celebrity Winners

2021 – Danny Miller

2020 – Giovanna Fletcher

2019 – Jacqueline Jossa

2018 – Harry Redknapp

2017 – Georgia “Toff” Toffolo

2016 – Scarlett Moffatt

2015 – Vicky Pattison




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