Frankie Bridge tipped to become Queen of the Castle amid I’m A Celeb line-up rumours

The Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge has been tipped by the bookies to become the next Queen of the Castle amidI’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!line-up rumours.

William Hill today made Frankie Bridge 7-2 favourite to be crowned Queen of the Castle when I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! returns to our screens later this month.

Frankie, 32, is the bookies favourite to win the reality show with former BBC Breakfast host Louise Minchin second favourite at 5-1.

The show is set to return to our screens Sunday 21 November for its 21st series.

It will make a return to the Welsh castle for the second year in a row due to coronavirus restrictions.

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Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnellywill return as hosts and put the new line up of celebrity contestants through their paces as they battle the Welsh elements.

Other rumoured stars to be entering Gwrych Castle this year includeEastEndersstalwartAdam Woodyattwho has played Ian Beale since the show began in 1985.

William Hill has Adam, 53, at 8-1 odds of being crowned King of the Castle.

Soap rivalSimon Gregson, who has played his character Steve McDonald for the last 32 years onCoronation Street, is another celeb rumoured to be set to take on the castle and he has been given 9-1 odds of finishing the show as the winner.

It has been reported that Simon, 47, has been asked to appear on the show a number of times as well as turning down other reality shows in the past.

FormerStrictly Come DancingjudgeArlene Phillipsis set to be I'm A Celeb's oldest ever contestant at 78 years old if she does take part in the show and the bookies have given her the longest shot of winning with 20-1 odds.

Record producer Naughty Boy, whose real name is Shahid Khan, has been given 12-1 odd whileRichard Madeleyhas been rumoured to go on I'm A Celeb for the last few weeks and William Hill have put the TV star at 12-1 odds to win.


Gold medal Olympic diver Matty Lee stands at 10-1 with multi medal winning Paralympian Kadeena Cox at 16-1.

Radio host Snoochie Shy, whose real name is Cheyenne Davide, has been given 12-1 odds withEmmerdaleactor Danny Miller at 6-1.

David Gonola is well known for playing for Paris Saint-Germain before moving to Premier League clubs Aston Villa, Newcastle and Tottenham and has been given 8-1 odds of being crowned King of the Castle 2021.

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