Geordie lass Scarlett Moffatt is the early favourite for I’m A Celebrity – after the Gogglebox personality was confirmed as appearing on this year’s show.
And she also leads her fellow contestants in the race for another similarly sought-after prize – the first to have a ‘Myleene moment’.
Former contestant Myleene Klass famously appeared in the jungle shower in a white bikini, and Moffatt is the favourite with Paddy Power to recreate those steamy scenes.
She’s to become queen of the jungle, and 6/4 to be first in the camp shower wearing a bikini.
Strictly Come Dancing pro Ola Jordan is 2/1 to cha-cha waterslide first, TV presenter Lisa Snowdon is 4/1, and Olympian golden girl Sam Quek is 8/1.
Scarlett’s main competition for the jungle crown is comedian Danny Baker (), while actors Larry Lamb and Joel Dommett (both ) are also ones to watch.
Asked about the upcoming season of I’m A Celebrity spokesman Paddy Power said: “Strictly, not all of these contestants can completely claim ‘I’m A Celeb’, but this motley crew of people have The X Factor, and have got The Jump over other fame addicts in pursuit of becoming a household name.
“Who knows what glory lies in wait for the woman TV viewers love to watch watching telly, a bloke who’s the second most famous dancer in his family, and a footballer best known for his ex’s alleged affair with John Terry?
“They’ll all be hoping to rocket-launch their careers into the A-list dream. If they’re really lucky, they could even be the next Joe Swash.
“But it is exciting to see someone with Carol Vorderman’s talents on the show – not that her legendary mathematic skills will be tested by counting how many bonafide stars she’s setting up camp with.”
9/4 Scarlett Moffatt
4/1 Danny Baker
8/1 Joel Dommett
8/1 Larry Lamb
8/1 Sam Quek
10/1 Adam Thomas
12/1 Carol Vorderman
14/1 Jordan Banjo
18/1 Ola Jordan
20/1 Wayne Bridge
20/1 Lisa Snowdon
20/1 Martin Roberts
To be first shown on ITV in the jungle shower in a bikini
6/4 Scarlett Moffatt
2/1 Ola Jordan
4/1 Lisa Snowdon
8/1 Sam Quek
16/1 Carol Vorderman