Best of a Bad Bunch! Calum Best Early CBB Favourite

Celebrity Big Brother All Stars v New Stars launched last night and already there is a clear favourite to win.

Calum Best finished third in CBB 15, behind winner Katie Price and second placed Katie Hopkins, however he clearly stated his desire to win and the odds are in his favour to do so. Best, whose mother Angie Best and ex-girlfriend Bianca Gascoigne are also in the house, is the early 5/2 favourite. Angie Best and Bianca Gascoigne not only have Calum connecting them, but their 16/1 odds, for which they both are to win.

The All Stars are dominating the top of the betting with only one New Star seemingly having the potential to take the crown.

Heidi and Spencer Pratt, aka Speidi, are also back and having lost out to Rylan in CBB 11 they have the crown in their sights. With only Calum Best in their way the 11/2 second favourites are definitely ones to watch.

CBB 16 runner up, Austin Armacost is next in the betting at 7/1. Kim Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend Ray J is leading the charge for the New Stars at 9/1.

Former Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer James Jordan, Loose Women’s Coleen Nolan, and DJ Brandon Block are all on offer at 14/1 with Game of Thrones actor James Cosmo priced at 18/1 and ex-footballer Jamie O’Hara a 20/1 shot.

Outsiders include X factor USA contestant Stacy Francis at 25/1, model Nicola McLean at 28/1, and model Jasmine Waltz at 40/1.

Calum Best has emerged as the early, but clear favourite to win Celebrity Big Brother at 5/2.

The dramatic revelation that his mother Angie Best would be joining him in the house and the presence of ex Bianca Gascoigne is sure to keep Calum at the forefront of the series. Punters are also keen on the lothario as he is our best-backed celebrity so far.

People have a love/hate relationship with Speidi but it seems many are happy to see them back and their odds of 11/2 makes them the second favourite to go one better than their CBB 11 runner up status and finally take the crown.

*Prices correct at time of publication.