The Jump returns to our screens tonight with a host of new Celebrities looking to showcase their new found skills, or lack off, on the slopes.
Jackass madman Steve O is the early frontrunner to conquer the skis at 3/1.
Former English rugby star, Mike Tindall is hot on Steve O’s snow boots as the 5/1 second favourite and has already seen some support from punters. Paralympic Cyclist Jon-Allan Butterworth is looking to walk away with the gold in the Jump and is 6/1 to do so. Louise Thompson is the pick of the ladies as she joins the top four in the betting at 7/1.
Heather Mills is taking on the task of doing it all with her prosthetic leg and is priced at 8/1 to triumph. Louis Hazel is also on offer at 8/1, with JB Gill right behind her at 10/1. Model Jodie Kidd is a respectable 12/1 to master the skis, whilst Phil Tufnell is 14/1 to spin bowl his way to the top.
Previous king of the Jungle, Joey Essex doesn’t look likely to add King of the slopes to his CV anytime soon as he is priced at 20/1 to win. Fellow I’m A Celebrity Get Me Outta Here contestant Ashley Roberts is also swapping the hammock for the helmet and is on offer at 18/1.
Chloe Madeley, who is replacing Ola Jordan, is down the lower end of the betting at 25/1, alongside Dom Parker. Also at the bottom of the pile are Louis Spence (28/1), Lady Victoria Harvey (33/1) and Stacey Soloman.
Aoife Heffron, PR Executive at BoyleSports, commented: “Steve O is well known to be up for anything and has been involved in some very questionable stunts, punters seem to think the slopes will be no problem for him making him the best backed runner in the book.”
She added “Louise Thompson is no stranger to a ski trip or two and is leading the way for the ladies in the betting, at 7/1 she could be the dark horse of the competition.”
The Jump starts on Sunday tonight at 7PM on Channel 4.
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