Frankie Bridge is an early bookie, I'm a celebrity favorite

The bookmakers are unanimous in making Frankie Bridge their first favorite in the 2021 edition of I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here. Singer-songwriter, member of the girl group The Saturdays, hopes to do better than her footballer husband Wayne Bridge. In 2016, he finished fifth. Then Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffat won this unique game show.

Frankie Bridge is one of a dozen celebrities confirmed to be on the show's 21st episode. It will be broadcast on ITV to an audience expected to exceed ten million. fun and games start at 21.00 Sunday 21 November. For the second time due to travel restrictions due to Covid-19, the show will be filmed and broadcast from Gwrych Castlein Abergele, Wales. Traditionally, the backdrop has been the Australian outback.

Soap stars superstars

The set for the new series "I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here" consists of 30 very familiar faces . Among them is Simon Gregson, who has played Steve MacDonald on Coronation Street for the last 32 years.

This record is improved by Adam Woodyatt. Since February 1985, he has played the character Ian Beal on EastEnders. By comparison, another celebrity nominee, Danny Miller, must feel like a rookie. He has only portrayed Aaron Livesey in Emmerdale since 2008!

These four characters represent the top four contestants in the show's early bets. But the history books indicate that this will not be an easy battle between two stars.

No Emmerdale or Coronation Street star has ever won I'm a Celeb. There have been three successful EastEnders actors: Jacqueline Jossa (2019), Charlie Brooks (2012) and Joe Swash in 2008.

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Louise Minchin is the only other celebrity with a price below 10/1. The 53-year-old BBC News presenter received early support. She is followed on the list by Tottenham legend David Jinloa. At 54, the Frenchman is one of the older members heading to the Welsh castle.

Richard Madeley, aged 65, older. The new host of Good Morning Britain can be backed by industry-leading 14/1 news betting experts Paddy Power.

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Four unfamiliar faces

It's fair to say that the remaining four I'm a Celebrity contestants won't be considered "familiar names"... or faces. For example, until Tom Daly finally won Olympic gold this summer, no one would have known his diving partner, Matty Lee. It is possible that many still do not recognize the 23-year-old guy.

Kadina Cox was on our TV screens when she won two cycling golds at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics. Naughty Boy is a 36-year-old DJ and producer. Snoochy Shai, 29, is a radio host and occasional model. All four of these contenders can be supported at or above 20/1 if you shop on the best mobile betting sites.

And the winner is

At this stage, it is difficult to leave someone out of your calculations. Nobody is too old or too obscure. Harry Redknapp was 71 years old when he won this show in 2018. Carl Foggerty was a little-known former motorcycle racer when he returned home in 2014.

Historically, there have been more male winners than female winners since the program's launch in 2001. An interesting statistic is the fate of participants over the age of forty. Only two have won this title: Joe Pasquale, 43 in 2004, and Carl Foggerty. He was 49 when he received the award. Read about the season finale in the Premier League and Serie A in this article.

But there is one big pointer of form to take from the list of previous winners, and that is the success of the Londoners. Eight previous winners were from London, with three more from neighboring Essex.