I’m a celebrity 2022 odds: Who is favourite to win I’m a celebrity 2022?

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I’M A Celeb may have only just kicked off, but there’s already an early favourite to win.

Here we take a look at who is the favourite to win based on the latest betting odds.

Jill Scott is current favourite to win

Who is favourite to win I’m a celebrity 2022?

According to William Hill, former England women’s footballer, Jill Scott is the current favourite to win I’m A Celeb, with odds of 11/8.

Scott is no stranger to winning trophies, having been part of the Lionesses’ victorious Euro 2022 squad earlier this summer. 

On the other side of the coin, Loose Women’s Charlene White has failed to strike it lucky, being the least favourite to win with odds of 125/1.

Their current odds to win in full are:

  • Jill Scott – 11/8
  • Mike Tindall – 11/4
  • Matt Hancock – 5/1
  • Owen Warner – 6/1
  • Babatunde Aleshe – 20/1
  • Chris Moyes – 20/1
  • Boy George – 28/1
  • Seann Walsh – 33/1
  • Sue Cleaver – 33/1
  • Scarlette Douglas – 80/1
  • Charlene White – 125/1

Lee Phelps, spokesperson for William Hill said: “It was great to see I’m A Celeb back on our screen in New South Wales after a two-year absence from the jungle.

“Matt Hancock is obviously the biggest talking point around this year’s lineup and it will be fascinating to see how he gets on.”

The former Health Secretary’s casting has proven controversial, while his arrival in the camp also ruffled feathers.

So far, viewers have seen him open up about his life, career and affair during the lockdown.

Who won I’m a celebrity 2021?

Emmerdale actor Danny Miller won I’m A Celebrity 2021 in Wales making him the first King of the Castle.

He beat fellow finalists actor Simon Gregson and singer Frankie Bridge.

After winning, the soap star said: “I never thought I’d be in this position, I barely thought I’d make it through the first two or three votes or so.”

He said he had gone on the show to secure his son’s future financially.

“I have made no secret about the fact that I wanted to be able to give him and set him up for a good future. I wasn’t financially set for that and this is an opportunity to do that,” he said.

“It would set me and my family up. I feel like I have done it. I feel proud of myself and I hope my family are as well.”