Nigel Farage I’m A Celeb Odds – Fancied To Be Elected Jungle King?

In this post, we take a look at the latest Nigel Farage I’m A Celeb odds as the controversial ex-politician vies to become king of the jungle.

The 59-year-old’s inclusion in this year’s show is making waves among the I’m A Celebrity fanbase with many fans threatening to boycott this year’s show due to the presence of Farage in the camp.

Nigel Farage I’m A Celeb Odds

Viewers won’t be choosing to vote leave on Nigel Farage’s I’m A Celebrity stint according to the latest betting odds. BoyleSports has slashed the controversial politician into 11/2 from 12/1 to win I’m A Celebrity 2023.

The former UKIP and Brexit Party leader has touched down in Australia amid rumours he is receiving a £1.5m fee to appear in the upcoming series of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Outta Here which kicks off at 9 pm this Sunday evening.

In last season’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, controversial Conservative politician Matt Hancock appeared on the show. Like Farage this year, Hancock’s inclusion was met with plenty of public outrage. However, Hancock ended up having a successful run in the jungle, eventually finishing in third place.

Seeing how the Hancock saga played out suggests that Farage (although he is a much more controversial figure) could also have success on this year’s show.

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Nigel Farage First Eliminated Campmate Odds

The odds on Nigel Farage being the first campmate to be sent home are 12/1 according to our latest I’m A Celebrity odds at BoyleSports.

The danger of a quick return trip for Farage appears remote now as his early move in the betting puts him within a whisker of the favourites to win the show.

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Farage’s Jungle Foes

This Morning regular Josie Gibson has been made the 10/3 favourite to be crowned jungle champion. Jockey Frankie Dettori (6/1), First Dates host Fred Sirieix (4/1) and former Made In Chelsea star Sam Thompson (9/2) are also rated likely candidates to be popular enough with the public to go all the way.

Boxer Tony Bellew is a 16/1 shot to go the distance and become the second winner from the world of sport after footballer Jill Scott was crowned Queen of the Jungle last year.

For a full breakdown on the chances of each of the betting favourites check out our I’m A Celebrity Odds & Betting Favourites 2023 post. You can also check out our breakdown of the I’m A Celebrity Top Male betting market.

Lawrence Lyons, spokesperson for BoyleSports said:

We have no doubt the public will be keen to see Nigel Farage tuck into some curious delicacies and the early betting patterns suggest he isn’t going to be voted out anytime soon.”

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