Stacy Francis favourite to be shown the Celebrity Big Brother door

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American singer Stacy Francis is the 11/10 favourite to be the next Celebrity Big Brother housemate to leave the show.

With only James Cosmo, Calum Best and Bianca Gascoigne safe from the chop there’s been plenty of interest in which of the eight nominated contestants could be shown the door.

And while Stacy heads the market it’s Coleen Nolan, Apprentice star Jessica Cunningham and the controversial Kim Woodburn who’ve been attracting the most attention.

Coleen is a huge 33/1 to be given her marching orders with Kim priced at 16/1 and Jessica the shortest of the aforementioned trio at 8s.

Elsewhere, former Tottenham and Fulham midfielder Jamie O’Hara is a 2/1 shot despite receiving just one nomination.

More surprising though is the five nominations received by Irish twins Jedward. They’re 16/1 to be evicted and 10/1 to emerge triumphant having been as short as 5/2 to be crowned the 2017 Celebrity Big Brother winners.

Games of Thrones star James Cosmo remains the 11/8 favourite to take the big prize with Coleen next best at 9/2.

Latest Ladbrokes Betting:

Sixth Eviction

Stacy Francis – 11/10

Jamie O’Hara – 2/1

Nicola McLean – 4/1

Jessica Cunningham – 8/1

Jedward – 16/1

Kim Woodburn – 16/1

Coleen Nolan – 33/1

Speidi – 33/1

Show Winner

James Cosmo – 11/8

Coleen Nolan – 9/2

Speidi – 5/1

Kim Woodburn – 8/1

Jedward – 10/1

Calum Best – 10/1

16/1 bar

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