Celebrity Big Brother: Odds fall on Renee ahead of double eviction


We’re just one week away from finding out who’ll be king or queen of the Celebrity Big Brother house, and while Ricky Norwood and Stephen Bear have led the way for most of the series, it looks like they’ll face stiff competition for the crown from Renee Graziano.

The star of American reality show Mob Wives has seen her odds fall to 7/2 from a massive 40/1 in the space of just two weeks following a flurry of bets.

It’s a position few could have predicted for a contestant who entered the house as one of the favourites to leave the show in the first week.

Renee wouldn’t be the first American to win the show, that’s a title which belongs to 2014 housemate Gary Busey – who also entered the house as an outsider.

While Renee’s chances of winning are strengthening by the day, tonight will see the eviction of two housemates – one of which looks certain to be Lewis Bloor.

And though he was once just 7/1 to be this year’s winner, the TOWIE star is 4/9 to be the fifth contestant to be shown the boot tonight, while radio DJ James Whale is 9/4 to be sent packing.

But with Ricky and Stephen both up for eviction tonight, Renee could see her odds fall even further in the next 24 hours.

If the current market is anything to go by, it won’t be long before that 7/2 is even shorter.

Do you think Renee can be the first female to win since Katie Price? Or has Ricky got this series wrapped up?

Click here for all the latest odds. 

Ladbrokes latest betting 

CBB 5th Eviction

Lewis Bloor     4/9

9/4 James Whale      9/4

Stephen Bear        12/1

Sam Fox           12/1

Ricky Norwood        20/1

CBB – Double Eviction Which Two Will Go?

Lewis & James      1/3

Lewis & Stephen    6/1

Lewis & Sam         6/1

Lewis & Ricky        12/1

James & Stephen   16/1

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CBB winner 2016

Ricky Norwood     7/4

Stephen Bear        3/1

Renee Graziano     7/2

Sam Fox                 8/1

Frankie Grande       10/1

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



Alex Apati

Having graduated from Birmingham City University with a degree in Creative Writing with English, Alex joined the News team following a three year stint working for Ladbrokes behind the counter. When he's not watching darts, he's throwing them. Failing that you'll find him YouTubeing Thierry Henry's greatest Arsenal goals.