I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here Betting Offers
TV shows have certainly changed over the years and that's certainly the case with 'I'm a Celebrity....Get Me Out of Here.' Z-List celebrities are dumped in a jungle, though of course their lives are never in any real danger, and spend a few weeks together rowing and taking part in gruesome Bushtucker trials to win food. This continues until a King or Queen of the Jungle is crowned via public vote and may never be short of a panto appearance ever again.
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I'm a Celebrity....Get Me Out of Here 2018 News
There's months to go to the next series so little information is known about who will be going into the jungle later this year. One person keen to head to Australia is Ronnie O'Sullivan who seemingly can't wait to spend some time in the jungle even though the UK Snooker Championship is being held at the same time.
Others rumoured to be appearing include Coronation Streets' Michael Le Vell who has a few financial problems, former Strictly dancer Brendan Cole and Gemma Collins who seems to be in everything these days and may be entertaining sooner or later but has already been in the jungle once and made a right mess of it.
Most press interest is on who will present the series. Show bosses have insisted there are no plans to replace Ant and Dec who have presented the show since the series began. Hopefully Ant will be 100 percent come the end of the year.
Toff Wins I'm a Celebrity 2017
The best news was that Ant was fit and well again and presented the show with Dec. Another group of 'celebrities' headed into the jungle with the usual mix of former sports stars, stand-up comedians, a politician who should have been back home doing her job, a soap star, the father of Boris Johnson, a former Saturday pop star and former champion boxer Amir Khan.
The result seemed to be a foregone conclusion from early on in the show and it was Georgia Toffolo aka Toff from 'Made in Chelsea' that walked away as Queen of the Jungle. From her unlikely friendship with Stanley Johnson to her courageous performances in the Bushtucker Trials, she was a runaway winner and voting results proved that was the case.
Highlights of the series surrounded Amir Khan, who probably won't be going on Mastermind this season and radio presenter Iain Lee. After winning some strawberries to take back to camp, the pair had the lot themselves. With Lee seemingly being blamed, it led to accusations of bullying against Lee who had previously quit two trials. 'Little' Dennis Wise lost plenty of fans as he spoke out against Lee doing another trial.
Order of Elimination
- Jack Maynard - Left camp after abusive tweets had been found on his account
- Shappi Khorsandi
- Kezia Dugdale
- Vanessa White
- Stanley Johnson
- Dennis Wise
- Amir Khan
- Jennie McAlpine
- Iain Lee
- Jamie Lomas
Winner - Georgia Toffolo
I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here...Tell me more
The tasks - known as Bushtucker Trials - are a series of gross tests that can win the whole camp food rations for the day but involve stomach churning tasks like eating camel’s testicles or reaching into a tank full of tarantulas.
Viewers vote on which celebrity takes the Bushtucker Trials with unpopular model Helen Flanagan being voted to undertake a record seven consecutive trials in series 12.
The show is hosted by popular Geordie duo Ant and Dec with co-hosts for the spin-off shows on ITV2 previously including comedians Russell Kane and Rob Beckett as well as former contestant Joe Swash.
There is a certain irony in the name of the show being “I’m A Celebrity” in that most of the contestants featured each series are far from household names. Most were at one time but have seen their careers dip and others include reality TV regulars from series such as TOWIE and Made in Chelsea.
But the jungle has forged some unlikely friendships including Eastenders cheeky chap Swash and Star Trek stalwart George Takei as well as oddball American TV producer David Gest becoming pals with ageing Aussie pop star Jason Donovan. It has also spawned some romances which have lasted well beyond the show, like singer Cerys Matthews getting with actor Marc Bannerman or 90s crooner Peter Andre famously shacking up with glamour model turned pop flop Katie Price, a romance that led to marriage!
The show's spin off programme is going to be called 'Extra Camp' this year and shown on ITV 2. Hosts this year will be the reigning Queen of the Jungle Scarlett Moffatt and Joel Dommett.
I’m A Celebrity has had its rights bought for overseas markets with versions in France, Germany, India, Holland, Sweden, Hungary and the USA which can one assumes only lead to a very crowded jungle. (In fact, each version of the show films in different locations, including Brazil, Malaysia and South Africa). The Australian version began in 2015 with England cricketer Freddie Flintoff being the first winner.
What Can We Bet On?
There are several bets that can be placed on the series. These include
- Odds on whether suggested celebrities will go into the jungle
- Overall winner
- Last man in the jungle
- Last woman in the jungle
- Who will be the next eliminated
Who are the previous winners?
2017; Georgia Toffolo
2016: Scarlett Moffatt
2015: Vicky Pattison
2014: Carl Foggerty
2013: Kian Egan
2012: Charlie Brooks
2011: Dougie Poynter
2010: Stacey Solomon
2009: Gino D'Acampo
2008: Joe Swash
2007: Christopher Biggins
2006: Matt Willis
2005: Carol Thatcher
2004 (Nov-Dec): Joe Pasquale
2004 (Jan-Feb): Kerry Katona
2003: Phil Tufnell
2002: Tony Blackburn
I'm a Celebrity 2018
The next season will take place late November and December 2018.
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