Who should win I’m A Celebrity 2022? VOTE

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The final of this year’s series of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here will take place on Sunday, November 27, with one contestant being crowned King or Queen of the jungle. Just five celebrities remain in the jungle, vying for votes from the public as they complete trials and challenges. But who do you think should win? Vote in our poll.

Thursday night’s episode saw radio DJ Chris Moyles become the sixth star to be eliminated from camp, following Babatunde Aleshe, Boy George, Sue Cleaver, Scarlette Douglas and Charlene White’s evictions.

This leaves former Rugby star Mike Tindall, Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner, Lioness Jill Scott, comedian Seann Walsh and former Health Secretary Matt Hancock in the running.

The latest bookies’ odds according to Odds Checker, Jill is most likely to be crowned winner (8/13), followed by Owen (4/1), Mike (6/1), Matt (12/1) and Seann (80/1).

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “Jill’s pulled even further ahead in the I’m A Celebrity betting, and the odds suggest it’ll take something pretty special to stop her from going all the way Down Under.”

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The finale of the 22nd series is scheduled to be a 100-minute bumper show airing at 9pm on ITV1.

Viewers will decide who presenters Ant and Dec should crown the winner in a public vote between the three remaining finalists.

The show returned to the Australian jungle this year after two years at Gwrych castle in Wales, which saw Giovanna Fletcher and Emmerdale star Danny Miller crowned winners.

But what do YOU think? Who should be crowned King or Queen of the jungle? Vote in our poll and leave your thoughts in the comment section below.



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