November 18, 2022, 3:07 pm | Updated: November 18, 2022, 3:21 pm
Who was excluded from I’m A Celebrity 2022? And who is the favorite to go out? Here’s what we know…
I’m a celebrity Voting for 2022 has begun, which means stars will soon be breaking out of the jungle into that luxe Versace hotel.
This year, Ant and Dec they returned to Australia after two years in Wales due to the coronavirus pandemic.
There has already been a lot of drama, especially after former health secretary Matt Hancock shows up Down Under.
But who has already been excluded from I’m A Celebrity? Here’s what we know…
Who was excluded from I’m A Celebrity?
As of this writing, no one has yet been voted out of the I’m A Celebrity jungle, but Olivia Attwood was forced out after just 24 hours.
In the second episode of season 22 on November 7, 2022, Ant and Dec revealed that Olivia Attwood had left I’m A Celebrity for good.
The The island of love the star had been forced to quit for medical reasons and immediately flew home to be comforted by her boyfriend Bradley Dack.
It was later revealed that Olivia was forced out of I’m A Celebrity after abnormal blood test results led to her being rushed to the emergency room.
After being checked by doctors there, it was revealed that the reality star was dangerously anemic.
Who is the favorite to leave I’m A Celebrity 2022?
It’s unclear who will drop I’m A Celebrity first, but Ladbrokes has predicted that the first person to be eliminated will be Charlene White.
- Charlene White – 4/6
- Matt Hancock – 9/2
- Sue Cleaver – 6/1
- Scarlette Douglas – 7/1
- Boy George – 8/1
- Seann Walsh – 14/1
- Babatunde Aleshe – 20/1
- Chris Moyles – 20/1
- Owen Warner – 33/1
- Mike Tindall – 50/1
- Jill Scott – 66/1
What Are The Odds spokesman Lewis Richards said: “Charlene White, who faces Friday’s bushtucker trial with Boy George, is currently the favorite to leave the jungle where her odds of 4/6 continue to plummet as she appears to be the before leaving the field.
“His refusal to sleep in the motorhome has certainly annoyed one or two of his fellow campmates and the general public seems to agree. Lots of money is also coming in for Matt Hancock, who is now suspected of being second starting at the 4/1.”
He added: ‘The Conservative MP’s controversial entry into the jungle, as well as munching king prawns and enjoying steaks at the luxury beach barbecue, with other more award-worthy celebs, may have been too much for the British public to handle. these two to stay in the series this year”.