I’m A Celebrity 2020 is now well underway, bringing the usual array of gruelling Bushtucker trials and other assorted drama to our TV screens every night.
The 10 celebrities are getting on like a house on fire, but things are set to be shaken up when they are joined by two celebs with big personalities – Russell Watson and Ruthie Henshall.
Their numbers will soon start dwindling – with dreaded eliminations heading our way.
So just when will the first celebrity be voted out of camp?
When is the first I’m A Celebrity elimination?
It’s not yet been confirmed when the first I’m A Celebrity elimination will be.
However the series is due to run for three weeks ,ending in early December, which was confirmed by Dec on Sunday night’s series opener when he said: ‘Forget everything you know, and get ready for three weeks of chaos in the castle’.
With that in mind, it’s likely that – assuming three people make it to the final as is the usual case – the first elimination will be some time this week.
Celebrities normally start being voted out of camp around the halfway mark of the show, with one – or more – then leaving every night until the final.
As per usual, it’ll be the public who gets to decide who stays and who goes – with the celebrity or celebrities who receive the lowest number of votes bidding farewell to camp.
Although it’s not yet clear who might be packing their things and heading back to luxury first, it looks unlikely to be Jordan North – who is now the bookies’ new favourite to win after grimacing his way through a string of grim trials.
According to bookies Coral the Radio 1 DJ now has odds of just 2-1 to be crowned King Of The Castle.
‘Jordan North has been very entertaining to watch over the opening few days of the series and is now the new favourite in the betting to win the show,’ said Coral’s John Hill.
I’m A Celebrity continues on Wednesday night on ITV at 9pm.Credit: Original article published here.