I'm A Celebrity 2018 final start time, finalists and winner odds

I'm A Celebrity final date and time and odds tonight - who will win?

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The I'm A Celebrity 2018 final start time has been confirmed but when is it and who will win?

Here's all you need to know as I'm A Celebrity concludes this weekend...


I'm A Celebrity final date and time

I'm A Celebrity 2018 airs tonight Sunday, December 9 on ITV at 9PM.

It'll be a 95 minute show which will see the last day of jungle action before third place is announced.

Then, at the very end of the show, the winner will be crowned a as a new King or Queen of the jungle is named.

I'm A Celebrity 2018 contestants

A total of eleven I'm A Celebrity 2018 celebrities started the series, heading into the jungle last month.

They were TV presenter Nick Knowles, actor and entertainer John Barrowman MBE, Hollyoaks star Malique Thompson-Dwyer, pop star James McVey, football manager Harry Redknapp, actor Rita Simons, TV’s ‘The Governess’ Anne Hegerty, comedy actor Emily Atack, Corrie star Sair Khan, broadcaster Noel Edmonds and singer Fleur East.

Noel was first to go in a shock exit before Malique waved goodbye to the camp. Sair and Rita were then next to go, before Anne, Nick and James left.


Fleur went home in Saturday's show last night leaving Emily, Harry and John as the final three.

Who will win I'm A Celebrity 2018?

Currently it's appearing to be a one horse race.

After an emotional reunion with his wife Sandra on I’m A Celebrity on Friday night, Harry Redknapp’s odds were slashed to the unbeatable 1/6.

Having been priced at 2/7 before Friday’s instalment, that saw the former footie manager win five stars in the ‘Rep-vile Centre’ Bushtucker Trial and tearfully reunite with his beloved Sandra, punters attacked Harry’s already short odds to win and it now looks like his crowning as King of the Jungle is more of a formality.

Aoife Heffron, bookies for BoyleSports said: “Despite Harry being pitted in the bottom two against the now eliminated James McVey, punters have been relentlessly backing him to win after he sailed through yet another Bushtucker Trial and had everyone reaching for the tissues and their loved ones when he was brought back together with Sandra.


"Now 1/6 it looks like a done deal that Harry Redknapp will be crowned the King of the Jungle.”

The series will conclude with its live final this Sunday, December 9.

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