I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! has helped fans find their ‘happy place’ this year, and after three weeks inside the camp the end is in sight.
The programme returned against all the odds last month, relocating to its new home in Gwrych Castle to bring us some fantastic TV.
We’ve had some of the funniest and most gag-worthy trials in the history of the show, we’re on the home straight, with the series coming to an end very soon.
Some of this year’s contestants have become overnight national treasures and unlikely role models, showing a side to them that TV fans had never seen before.
It all comes to a close very soon. Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming final.
When is the I’m A Celebrity 2020 final?
This year’s I’m A Celeb final is just around the corner. The climactic episode will air from 9pm on Friday December 4 on ITV.
Who is in the I’m A Celebrity 2020 final?
Sir Mo Farah and AJ Pritchard were the latest stars to leave the castle on Wednesday, following Jessica Plummer, Russell Watson, Beverley Callard, Victoria Derbyshire, Ruthie Henshall and Hollie Arnold as they left the show earlier this week.
The remaining star will fight it out to be crowned the first ever King or Queen of the Castle, making I’m A Celeb history and joining the long list of past winners.
Who will win I’m A Celebrity 2020?
At the moment, most bookies have Jordan as favourite to be crowned King of the Castle. The DJ has won over viewers after overcoming his fears on the show and provided some of the most memorable moments of the series.
I’m A Celebrity continues tonight at 9pm on ITV.
“Although the setting isn’t quite as ‘hot’ as usual for this year’s series of ‘I’m a celeb’ it certainly has not let us down in terms of action! Every year there is a contestant that provides us with the most amazing reactions to the gruesome challenges and this year we have – Jordan! He has somewhat of a winning formula though as he actually performs well in the challenges despite his disgust and is super likeable. You can understand why the bookies have him as 2nd favourite at 8/1.
“He is edged out currently by the only remaining female contestant Giovanni Flecther who is loved by the viewers, her content on social media platforms about parenting and life is honest, kind and direct. Exactly how she comes across on the show too, currently her odds to win are 1/10.
Jordan North @ 8/1
Giovanna Fletcher @ 1/10
Vernon Kay @ 8/1
Shane Richie @ 10/1
- Peter Watton, Spokesperson at OddsMonkey.