Reality TV show I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here is proving to be popular, not only with television audinces but sports betting punters around Australia. Not only is betting on reality TV a great way to make a few bucks, but it's also a great way to enjoy your favourite reality television series.
Sportsbet are offering a number of fun markets on I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here where not only can you bet on who you think will win the show, but also head-to-head markets and a range of novelty markets.
In some recent movement to the markets, former Australian actress Val Lehman has rocketed to the top of the betting to be the first celebrity to quit the show. Lehman was previously a $19 outside to walk out, but after a recent scare where she collapsed and was treated by medics, she now stands as the clear favourite at $4.00 at Sportsbet ahead of The Bachelor star Laurina ($4.50) and DJ Havana Brown ($5.00).
“Thankfully the medics have given Val the all clear to continue but the betting would suggest she’s had a gut full and will walk herself out of there,’’ said Will Byrne from Sportsbet.
We're pleased to say that the favourite to win the show is a sports star with rugby legend Paul "The Chief" Harragon now rated a strong $2.00 favourite to take it down. Others in contention include AFL footballer Brendan Fevola ($3.50) and cricket spin king Shane Warne ($4.00).
Bonnie Lythgoe is the $2.30 favourite to be the next to be booted from the show via the public vote.
First to walk?
$4.00 Val Lehman
$4.50 Laurina Fleure
$5.00 Havana Brown
$6.00 Bonnie Lythgoe
$7.50 Jo Beth Taylor
$7.50 Anthony Callea
$11 Shane Warne
$16 Brendan Fevola
$16 Dean Geyer
$21 Paul Harragon
I’m A Celebrity… Outright winner
$2.00 Paul Harragon
$3.50 Brendan Fevola
$4.00 Shane Warne
$11 Val Lehman
$16 Havana Brown
$19 Laurina Fleure
$21 Anthony Callea
$26 Jo Beth Taylor
$34 Dean Geyer
$34 Bonnie Lythgoe
$2.30 Bonnie Lythgoe
$4.00 Dean Geyer
$5.00 Jo Beth Taylor
$5.00 Anthony Callea
$7.50 Laurina Fleure
$16 Havana Brown
$16 Val Lehman
$34 Shane Warne
$51 Brendan Fevola
$51 Paul Harragon
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Take note: Any of the tips in this article are simply the author’s opinion, so bet at your own risk and always gamble responsibly. Also be sure to check out the Before You Bet Twitter Page for all our thoughts in the lead up to bets! Happy punting!
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