We're just a few days away from the debut of this year's edition of I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! And we've been taking a look at the new officially-confirmed cast and in particular, those we think could be in with a shot of being crowned either King or Queen of the Castle.
Though Frankie Bridge stands as the early favourite with odds of 4/1, we think she could fade into the background and be one of the quieter celebrities taking part this year.
Here's who we think you should be putting your money on if you want the best returns…
(All text odds correct at time of article publication, the odds in the pretty blue boxes are bang up-to-date)
Danny Miller - 9/2
We know the British public love their soap stars so, who better to take a punt on than one of Emmerdale's biggest stars, Danny Miller?
Having recently announced he will be leaving the ITV series, he'll be looking for new gigs moving into 2022 and picking up the crown on I'm A Celeb could be the perfect springboard to catapult his career into entirely new heights.
Simon Gregson - 6/1
Keeping up with the soap theme, we're pretty certain that Coronation Street's Steve McDonald will be making his way into Gwrych Castle just a few days into the new series (with none other than EastEnders' Ian Beale by his side, but more on him later…)
As a fan-favourite star of the cobbles, Simon Gregson would undoubtedly see legions of supporters pulling him through the series. Surely a shoe-in for the final; could he go all the way?
Richard Madeley - 7/1
A riskier choice than some of the other names on this list but, Richard Madeley has always known how to behave in front of the cameras for maximum success.
Having been extremely entertaining in The Circle, where he attempted to twerk in between writing his next novel on a typewriter. He's likely to win over the audience if he brings the same energy to the Trials that he will undoubtedly be repeatedly voted to take part in. That could translate to a win that right now, seems pretty shocking.
Adam Woodyatt - 16/1
We're shocked to see Adam Woodyatt at such lengthy odds ahead of the series, to be frank!
EastEnders has millions of people tuning in each and every night; perhaps it's Ian Beale's marmite personality that has the man who plays him 16/1 to win?
Though he isn't officially confirmed to take part in the series just yet, we're sure he'll be one-half of the two late entrants for this series. Definitely worth throwing a few pounds on for some big returns!
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