Poll: Who will win this year’s I’m A Celebrity?


The line-up for this year’s edition of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here has been confirmed and there are already two clear favourites to win the show.

Union J singer George Shelley and Hollyoaks actress Jorgie Porter have both been chalked up as the 4/1 favourites to emerge victorious Down Under.

However, that’s just what the betting says and today we’re more interested in what you think. So read on find out who’s who for IACGMOOH 2015 and have your say in the poll below.

Geroge Shelley @ 4/1

Rose to prominence on the X Factor in 2011 as one quarter of boy band Union J. The 22-year-old has had four UK top 10 hits and will hope to go one better than fellow X Factor alumni Jake Quickenden, who was runner-up last year.

Jorgie Porter @ 4/1

Better known as Theresa McQueen from Channel 4’s student-attracting soap Hollyoaks, Porter is no stranger to the world of celebrity competitions having enjoyed two stints on Dancing On Ice. Will she skate off with the jungle crown though?

Chris Eubank @ 5/1

A divisive character the former Super Middleweight world champion is more likely to be heading to Australia for the pay-cheque than a boost to his fame. As such don’t expect the outspoken boxer to curb his famous tongue in order to curry favour with his campmates.

Tony Hadley @ 5/1

A last-minute revelation as far as the line-up goes but the Spandau Ballet singer could be a dark horse. With hits like Gold and True appealing to music lovers young and old there will be plenty voting for the 55-year-old.

Duncan Bannatyne @ 12/1

The leisure centre chain-owning former investor on TV’s Dragon’s Den certainly doesn’t need the money so the wily Scot is likely to be doing the show for the thrill of the experience. Expect him to get his hands dirty when it comes to the bush tucker trials and therefore go on a deep run in the show.

Brian Friedman @ 12/1

Best known for choreographing the dance routines on the X Factor it probably irks the 38-year-old Chicagoan that people don’t know of his work with the likes of Beyonce, Britney Spears and Cher. Expect him to talk about that. A lot!

Kieron Dyer @ 12/1

Recently-retired Premier League footballer who is not afraid to speak his mind or stand up for what he believes in – just ask Lee Bowyer. With fellow sportsmen Phil Tufnell and Carl Fogarty winning in the past he could have a chance.

Yvette Fielding @ 12/1

Blue Peter presenter-turned ghost hunter Fielding has been on the box in one way or another since 1983 and as such will have more insight on what the audience want than some of her rivals. Will this knowledge make a mockery of her long odds?

Susannah Constantine @ 20/1

One half of fashion advisory partnership Trinny and Susannah, famed for their TV series What Not To Wear. With that show finishing 10 years ago and subsequent projects not hitting the same heights she could be on the first plane home.

Lady Colin Campbell @ 25/1

Born in Jamaica, Lady Colin Campbell is a respected author of a series of books about the Royal Family. Her interesting back story – being raised as male by her parents – could endear her to her campmates and the viewers. She might not be a household name but she could stick around. Worth a punt?

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.