Celebrity Big Brother 2018: Natalie Nunn favourite to be evicted first

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Natalie Nunn is the favourite to be evicted in the first Celebrity Big Brother eviction.

The Celebrity Big Brother Housemates have nominated for the first time with two housemates now facing live eviction from the house on Friday.


House President Kirsty Alley and Vice President Ryan Thomas pardoned Jermaine Pennant, seeing the former Premier League footballer immune from the vote.

Natalie Nunn and Hardeep Singh Kohli are the two housemates facing eviction after receiving eight and six votes respectively.

The Bad Girls Club star is the firm favourite to be the first housemate booted from the house at 1/2.

Hardeep is 6/4 to be evicted, suggesting he will scrape through for another couple of days.

Meanwhile, Ryan Thomas continues to shorten as the favourite to win and is the clear frontrunner at 15/8 having been cut in from 9/4.

Despite an onslaught of complaints surrounding ‘The Human Ken Doll’ Rodrigo Alves’ language in the house, his odds have in fact shortened into 5/1 from 6/1 after he questioned Kirsty Alley about Scientology.


Alley, has been eased out to third in the betting at 8/1 from 6/1 to win.

Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for BoyleSports commented: “Natalie and Hardeep have been grating on the other housemates, causing storms and have been involved in numerous confrontations so it comes as no surprise that the pair are facing eviction on Friday.”

She added: “Natalie is more boisterous and loud in the delivery of her opinions which can turn viewers off, so she takes favouritism at 1/2 to be the first to be sent packing from the CBB house.”

Celebrity Big Brother odds

Next Eviction
Natalie Nunn 1/2
Hardeep Singh Kohli 6/4

Ryan Thomas 15/8
Rodrigo Alves 5/1
Kirstie Alley 8/1
Gabby Allen 9/1


Dan Osbourne 10/1
Roxanne Pallett 10/1
Ben Jardine 10/1
Natalie Nunn 20/1
Nick Leeson 20/1

Hardeep Singh Kohli 20/1
Chloe Ayling 25/1
Sally Morgan 28/1
Jermaine Pennant 66/1

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