Celebrity Big Brother: The latest odds ahead of the CBB launch

See the latest Celebrity Big Brother odds and line-up rumours...


The new series of Celebrity Big Brother begins on Channel 5 tonight, starring a slew of favourites from the series’ past, alongside a batch of first time contestants.

There has been plenty of speculation, despite her denial, that Katie Price could re-enter the house. Should she do so, we make Pricey the 3/1 favourite to regain her crown.

Famously, the former glamour model won Series 15 after arriving as a latecomer in 2015, and the bookie thinks she’s a safe bet to repeat the trick this year if she isn’t amongst the initial line-up.

Other popular ‘legends’ tipped to return include Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby (4/1), past winners of the normal show Brian Dowling (7/2) and Brian Belo (7/1), and American couple Speidi (10/1).

The list of potential newcomers includes I’m A Celeb winner Scarlett Moffatt (10/1), Olympic legend Jessica Ennis-Hill (8/1) and recent reality show successes Ed Balls (8/1) and Honey G (10/1).

The show follows an “All-Stars” format, meaning both new and previous housemates can take part. Calum Best (7/1), alongside ex-girlfriend Bianca Gascoigne (25/1) are also rumoured to be joining the house.

Spokesman Paddy Power said:

“American singer Ray J will be a new name to some, but not for millions of blokes who know him from his biggest hit – co-starring in Kim Kardashian’s sex tape.

“While Honey G must be salivating at the prospect of working her lyrical ingenuity on CBB. Everybody now, I say ‘Honey’ you say ‘CBB’…”

To win I’m A Celebrity 2016

3/1         Katie Price
4/1         Charlotte Crosby
7/2         Brian Dowling
7/1         Calum Best
7/1         Brian Belo
8/1         Ed Balls
8/1         Jessica Ennis-Hill
10/1       Honey G
10/1       Scarlett Moffatt
10/1       Austin Armacost
12/1       Jamie O’Hara
14/1       Speidi
16/1       Coleen Nolan
16/1       James Jordan
20/1       Jasmine Waltz
25/1       Bianca Gascoigne
33/1       Ray J
40/1       Nicola McLean

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