I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here is an ITV classic which will be returning to our screens at 9pm on Sunday, November 20.
Each year, fans up and down the country can’t wait to watch much-loved celebrities face their fears in the infamous Bushtucker Trials.
Viewers are also eager to know which celeb will be crowned king or queen of the jungle when the series comes to an end before Christmas.
The I’m a Celeb lineup is always a star-studded affair, and this year is no exception.
The lineup is full of pop stars, soap actors and even a Paralympian.
Not only this, but history will be made this year as the first ever dame and the oldest contestant will appear on the show in the form of Dame Arlene Phillips.
Arlene, 78, is perhaps best known as a former judge on BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing and has a successful career as a performer and choreographer under her belt.
However it appears Arlene has been dealt a blow before she has even entered the I’m a Celeb castle- she is the favourite to be booted out first in the ITV competition.
According to odds from bookmaker William Hill, Arlene might not last long in the castle in North Wales this year – her odds of being the first eliminated are at 10-3, Birmingham Live reports.
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The dance expert also has the biggest price – 40-1 – to be crowned Queen of the castle.
Emmerdale star Danny Miller is favourite to win the show outright, closely followed by singer turned Loose Women panellist Frankie Bridge with 4-1.
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