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I’m A Celebrity 2019: Ian Wright ‘odds-on favourite’ to be fifth celebrity eliminated



The bookmakers were right once again ahead of Tuesday night’s episode of this year’s ‘I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!’, as James Haskell became the fourth celebrity to leave camp.

The former rugby star was undeniably a big character within camp in more ways than one and his missing presence will definitely be noticed by viewers and camp-mates alike.

If the bookmakers’ odds prove correct for a third time running, it’ll be former footballer Ian Wright given the red card on Wednesday night’s show.

Wright is 8/11 to receive the fewest votes from the public.

Singer Myles Stephenson is 5/2, with Kate Garraway 13/2.

It’s a surprising turnaround given that Wright had entered the jungle as the fairly short-priced favourite to win the show.

However, hunger in particular has noticeably impacted the ordinarily chirpy football pundit’s mood throughout most of the series, with him enduring a fiery love-hate relationship with comedian Andrew Maxwell before the Irishman left the show on Monday night’s episode.

Roman Kemp, who has drifted to 10/3 to win the show behind odds-on favourite Andrew Whyment, perhaps appears to have a similar relationship with Caitlyn Jenner, after admitting on last night’s show that Jenner’s lack of manners “does do my head in.”

Jenner, meanwhile, hilariously let slip while the camp performed a pantomime task that she does not know any Kanye West songs, despite the rapper being married to her step-daughter, Kim Kardashian.

But Kemp was almost as comically bad for not knowing the lyrics to one of his father’s band Spandau Ballet’s most famous songs, ‘Gold’!

He joined the likes of Whyment and Jacqueline Jossa in performing karaoke to the rest of the group, who were rewarded with a jungle party for their sterling pantomime efforts.

Their agents must have been rubbing their hands together in what had certainly been a great advertisement for them all ahead of the festive season!

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