I’m a Celebrity 2017 stars likely to alienate both viewers and bookies

Amid chatter that Jennifer Lawrence is in talks to appear in the Australian-based reality show, I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here, according to odds from London-based bookmaker William Hill, Colton Haynes is…

I’m a Celebrity 2017 stars likely to alienate both viewers and bookies

Amid chatter that Jennifer Lawrence is in talks to appear in the Australian-based reality show, I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here, according to odds from London-based bookmaker William Hill, Colton Haynes is the front-runner to win the show, with Isabelle Warburton coming in second, followed by Stacy Francis. Warburton is definitely no stranger to I’m a Celebrity, having done a stint on the show in 2008, however, in second place is probably someone familiar to American fans: Kym Marsh, who famously played Myra McQueen in EastEnders. Tom Fletcher, husband of McFly singer Danny, is also on the betting list, and would be the frontrunner should he make it to the final three.

The fifth series of I’m a Celebrity, which just wrapped up last night in the U.K., saw Candice Brown win the prestigious crown. Although it may seem like she’s in line to repeat her victory, William Hill predict that whatever’s happened to Candice since she last came onto our screens is that the emotional storyline surrounding her eating disorder has left her unappealing to punters. Note to anyone betting on the winner: the trustworthiness of a celebrity, whether it’s one who’s actually okay with being named the winner or has had trouble staying well-behaved in camp, determines who will win — and for many of the celebrity contestants, that’s bad news.

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