I’m A Celeb 2020 Odds Tracker
For some variety in your wagering habits, the comedic relief provided by shows like I’m A Celebrity…Get me Out Of Here! is a welcome break from Champions League betting. The hosts’ antics and the contestants’ shenanigans will have you rolling on the floor while trying to place your bet.
The next season of this classic reality series is around the corner. Read on for more information and betting guidelines about the show.
I’m A Celebrity 2020 Air Date
The next installment of I’m a Celebrity hits televisions in the UK on Sunday, 15th November, and is due to continue into December. The show generally draws more than 10 million viewers, so this latest series has a lot to live up to.
I’m A Celebrity 2020 Celebs
The 2020 version of I’m A Celebrity features 12 campmates, battling each other for the prestigious crown of Jungle King or Jungle Queen. With ten contestants confirmed, these are the names we know so far.
Famous for his lengthy stint on the popular soap Eastenders, Ritchie is no stranger to the small screen. He’s hosted various game shows over the years and is a popular TV personality.
Jordan North is currently a DJ on BBC Radio 1 and hails from Lancashire in the northwest of England. He hosts a weekend show, but covers for other presenters when necessary as well as running a popular podcast addressing real-life problems in a light-hearted manner.
A former journalist with the BBC, Victoria Derbyshire’s most recent gig was hosting a morning current affairs show on BBC Two. Her journalism career spans more than 20 years and includes ten awards.
Another contestant from the broadcasting fraternity, Vernon Kay has plenty of experience in game shows, having presented a host of them himself. His career includes a lengthy stint on BBC Radio 1.
Sir Mo Farah
This contestant needs no introduction. He’s best known for winning gold medals in the 5,000m and 10,000m races at both the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games. Sir Mo Farah became a household name following his exploits at the Olympic Games, while his celebration, the ‘Mobot’ spread like wildfire too.
Another athlete in the group is Hollie Arnold, a paralympic champion. She first competed in the Olympics when she was 14-years-old. Eight years later, she threw her way to the gold medal at the Olympics in Rio.
Jessica Plummer hails from Eastenders fame, having had an eighteen-month stint on the show in 2019/2020. She played the victim of domestic abuse, highlighting this issue on a national platform.
Squaring up to the Eastenders crew, Beverley Callard has featured on ITV’s soap Coronation Street since 1984. She’s played the same character for more than 20 years and is a popular face on ITV.
A former professional dancer on Strictly Come Dancing, AJ Pritchard is hanging up his dancing shoes to take part in I’m A Celebrity. He’s used to reality TV, being a former contestant on Britain’s Got Talent, while his brother, Curtis Pritchard, appeared on Love Island.
Giovanna Fletcher is another contestant happy to be in front of the camera. She’s been an actress, a talk show guest and a presenter. Her husband is a member of well-known British pop band McFly, so fame is nothing new to her.
Who Won Last Year?
In a hotly contested season, Jacqueline Jossa emerged as the winner of the 2019 competition and was crowned Queen of the Jungle.
I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!: How It Works
The show takes place over three weeks and the celebrities must survive in the jungle, completing Bushtucker trials, and Dingo Dollar challenges to win food and other treats.
The public votes by phone or the downloadable app, for the celebrity they’d like to participate in a Bushtucker trial. The trials might be an eating challenge or a mental or physical challenge. Contestants must prepare themselves for whatever comes their way.
Viewers also cast their votes for the celebrities they want to remain in the jungle. Evictions begin about 10 – 14 days after arrival and continue until the final vote when the presenters announce the King or Queen of the Jungle. Voting gets competitive and comes close to the excitement generated by Grand National betting.
Where Do These Probabilities Come From?
A probability is best-described as how likely something is to happen. The probabilities for I’m A Celebrity are derived from bookmaker bet365. This betting site has a massive UK-based market following the series as it unfolds.
We express probability as a percentage. For example, Shane Ritchie currently has betting odds of 7/2 of emerging as the winner. The probability of him winning is 7/9, or 77.78%. Probabilities aren’t set. They change as more people place bets on the winner.
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