It’s eviction night in the Celebrity Big Brother house.
With five possible evictees it could be a difficult choice for the public in choosing who to get rid of.
But the odds suggest that American TV star Chad Johnson is the most likely to be booted out this evening.
A contestant on US series The Bachelorette, Johnson has not gone down well with the CBB public after reducing fellow contest Amelia Lily to tears.
The viewers don’t like a bad boy and for that reason it’s hard to see past his odds of 7/4 to be evicted first.
He’s joined in the betting by fellow American Marissa Jade.
The 32-year-old model has enjoyed an on-off romance with fellow contestant Jordan Davies, but she has failed to curry favour with the British public.
Based on that we think the 7/4 on offer for her to head home first represents excellent value.
A surprise nomination for the first eviction is former Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding.
The Sound of the Underground star was 13/2 to win CBB at the start of the show, but in a surprise twist is up for the first eviction.
We make her an outsider at 14/1 to be heading home first.
In terms of outright betting, Sandi Bogle has been installed as favourite to win the 20th edition of the cult programme.
The South Londoner appeared in Channel 4 show Gogglebox for three years and her charming and humorous manner has won favour with the viewers.
Revealing that she is a cousin of supermodel Naomi Campbell has also gone down well for Sandi, who we make a handy 7/2 – in from 10/1 – to walk away with the prize.
Initial odds suggested that ex-Eastenders actor Shaun Williamson would win the show.
But it turns out people don’t like you as much when you’re not actually Barry from Eastenders.
For that reason he’s slipped to fourth in the betting at a 7/1 chance.
Ladbrokes Latest Betting:
Celebrity Big Brother 2017 1st Eviction
Chad Johnson – 7/4
Marissa Jade – 7/4
Karthik Nagesan – 2/1
Trisha Paytas – 8/1
Sarah Harding – 14/1
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