I’m a Celebrity odds: Giovanna Fletcher inches ahead of Jordan North before close final

Competition between Jordan North and Giovanna Fletcher is nail-bitingly close

Roisin O'Connor,Isobel Lewis
Friday 04 December 2020 21:43
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Author Giovanna Fletcher is heading into the I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! final as the bookies’ favourite in what’s set to be one of the closest competitions to date.

According to Ladbrokes, Fletcher is on course to be crowned Queen of the Jungle as the 4/7 favourite to win the ITV show, but is closely followed by Radio 1 DJ Jordan North at 2/1, meaning that it will all come down tonight’s grand finale.

Vernon Kay is in third place with odds of 8/1 to win the show.

Meanwhile, Betfair have North and Fletcher as joint favourites to win the competition at 11/10 each. They list Kay as the 6/1 outsider to win and odds-on at 1/4 to be eliminated in third place tonight.

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North, Fletcher and Kay are three of the celebrity contestants who have taken part in this year’s show, which is set at a derelict Welsh castle instead of the usual Australian bush.

Other celebrities to have taken part part are: former Strictly pro AJ Pritchard, broadcaster and journalist Victoria Derbyshire, former EastEnders actor Jessica Plummer, TV presenter Vernon Kay, former Coronation Street star Beverley Callard, and singer Russell Watson.

Read more: Who are all the 2020 I’m a Celebrity contestants?

See the full list of current odds from Ladbrokes below:

Winner:

Giovanna - 4/7

Jordan - 2/1

Vernon - 8/1

I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues tonight at 9pm on ITV.

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