Gogglebox’s Sandi Bogle is the early favourite to win Celebrity Big Brother 2017.
The new batch of Celebrity Big Brother housemates have entered the house and there has already been a power shift. It was Shaun Williamson, aka Barry Evans, who BoyleSports revealed as the early favourite to win even before the launch.
However after THAT lacklustre launch night twist, he has been stripped of the title.
Gogglebox’s Sandi Bogle, who Shaun chose as his ‘rock’ as part of a lunch night secret task, has been slashed from 13/2 to the new 4/1 favourite to win.
Shaun has been eased out to 5/1 from 7/2 as a result of his mediocre attempt at the secret task which left many viewers and even host Emma Willis frustrated.
Amelia Lily’s odds to win have been slashed in half, from 16/1 to 8/1, after support began to pour in from punters off the back of the former X Factor star entrance to the house. Paul Danan has suffered a drift out to 9/1, having been the 9/2 second favourite before launch night.
Girls Aloud’s Sarah Harding is next at 12/1 with Jordan Davies, Karthik Nagesan and Helen Lederer all priced at 14/1 and Youtuber Trisha Paytas a 16/1 shot.
The rest of the housemates are outsiders with Chad Johnson, Jemma Lucy both 20/1 and Marissa Jade, Brandi Glanville and Dereck Accorah all 25/1 to win.
Aoife Heffron, PR Executive for BoyleSports commented “Sandi Bogle shot to the head of the Celebrity Big Brother betting after punters began to latch onto her early 13/2 price, forcing traders to slash her into the new 4/1 favourite.
"Sandi is down to earth and already has a good fan base from her Gogglebox days so she could be tough to beat. It is early days however so don’t expect punters will be putting all their eggs in one celebrity basket just yet.”
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Remember, Celebrity Big Brother continues nightly on Channel 5.
The next show airs 9PM on Thursday night and the first live eviction takes place next Tuesday night with Emma.
The new series is expected to run for the next four weeks.