I’m A Celebrity 2022: Chris Moyles is the bookies’ favourite to be the fourth star eliminated

Chris Moyles is the bookies’ favourite to be the fourth star eliminated from I’m A Celebrity… after Sue Cleaver was the third to leave the jungle

Chris Moyles has become the favourite to be eliminated next on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! after Sue Cleaver left the jungle on Monday.

The radio presenter, 48, could be the fourth star to be sent packing in Tuesday’s episode as William Hill have priced him at 11/8 odds.

Chris is followed closely by Babatunde Aleshe at 13/8 odds while pop icon Boy George‘s odds of being the fourth to leave the jungle are at 4/1.

Next to go? Chris Moyles has become the favourite to be eliminated fourth on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! after Sue Cleaver left the jungle on Monday

Next to go? Chris Moyles has become the favourite to be eliminated fourth on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! after Sue Cleaver left the jungle on Monday

Matt Hancock has odds of 7/1 while Seann Walsh was priced at 20/1 and Mike Tindall came in close after at 66/1, according to William Hill.

But at the other end, Owen Warner and Jill Scott have mere odds of 100/1 of being eliminated next as they have both become favourites to win the ITV show.

Lioness Jill, 35, is back in the favourite spot to be crowned this year’s Queen of the Jungle at odds of 10/11, followed closely by Hollyoaks star Owen, 23, who has been given 13/8 odds.

Commenting on the I’m A Celebrity odds, spokesperson for William Hill Lee Phelps said: ‘Chris Moyles is a very big household name and is loved by many so I am not surprised he had been safe in the first few eliminations.

Farewell: Sue Cleaver was the third celebrity to leave the Australian jungle in Monday's episode as she received the fewest votes from the public

Farewell: Sue Cleaver was the third celebrity to leave the Australian jungle in Monday’s episode as she received the fewest votes from the public

‘However, he is certainly not loved by all and when up against the beloved Jill Scott and new found favourite Owen Warner, it is going to be difficult.’

It comes after Sue Cleaver was the third celebrity to leave the Australian jungle in Monday’s episode as she received the fewest votes from the public, following Scarlette Douglas and Charlene White.

The Coronation Street actress, 59, didn’t look too upset to have left the jungle as she grinned from ear-to-ear and skipped over to Ant and Dec following the news.

Sue’s elimination comes as the star opened up about discussing her adoption in the jungle, along with the show becoming embroiled in a sexism row after the first three stars sent home were all women.

Odds: The radio presenter, 48, could be the fourth to be sent packing in Tuesday's episode as William Hill have priced him at 11-8 odds

Odds: The radio presenter, 48, could be the fourth to be sent packing in Tuesday’s episode as William Hill have priced him at 11-8 odds

Who's next? Chris is followed closely by Babatunde Aleshe at 13/8 odds while pop icon Boy George's odds of being the fourth to leave the jungle are at 4/1

Who’s next? Chris is followed closely by Babatunde Aleshe at 13/8 odds while pop icon Boy George’s odds of being the fourth to leave the jungle are at 4/1

Many viewers pointed out Sue didn’t seem at all unhappy to be eliminated and actually looked overjoyed that her time in the jungle was over.

One viewer said: ‘I get the impression Sue’s very happy,’ while another added: ‘Sue looking thrilled to be out. 

‘All those people who wanted her gone will be gutted they’ve made her so happy.’

Another fan wrote: ‘Sue seemed so happy to be going,’ while another said: ‘Sue is out… and she seems so happy’.

After her elimination, she said: ‘My time is done’ after lasting 17 days in camp – dubbing it the ‘ride of my life’.

Winner? Lioness Jill, 35, is back in the favourite spot to be crowned this year's Queen of the Jungle at odds of 10/11, followed by Hollyoaks star Owen, 23, who has been given 13/8 odds

Winner? Lioness Jill, 35, is back in the favourite spot to be crowned this year’s Queen of the Jungle at odds of 10/11, followed by Hollyoaks star Owen, 23, who has been given 13/8 odds

It comes after Sue told how she didn’t plan on speaking about her adoption in the jungle, but ‘felt so comfortable’ with her campmates that she opened up.

Appearing on GMB for her first interview since becoming the third celebrity eliminated from the Australian jungle, the soap star explained why she chose to share her life experiences.

The actress told co-hosts Susanna Reid and Richard Madeley: ‘I have been quite private.

‘I have never spoken about that out of respect for everyone but I felt so comfortable in there with those people and (sisters) Emma and Kate, my brother and my mum said say whatever you feel, what you’re happy to feel, so I did.

Heartwarming: It comes after Sue told how she didn't plan on speaking about her adoption in the jungle, but 'felt so comfortable' with her campmates that she opened up

Heartwarming: It comes after Sue told how she didn’t plan on speaking about her adoption in the jungle, but ‘felt so comfortable’ with her campmates that she opened up

‘I think the one thing the world will realise about me is I don’t have a filter. You completely forget that the cameras are there.’

During her time in the jungle, Sue revealed to her fellow campmates how a chance encounter at a theatre led to a ‘lucky’ reconciliation with her birth mother, who had given birth to her at the age of 16 or 17.

The soap star had explained that when she was in her early twenties she was at drama school and the Royal Exchange in Manchester were auditioning for ‘tiny parts’ in Oedipus.

After walking in on the first day, an actor said: ‘Oh my god, she’s the absolute double of my wife when I met her,’ before asking Sue for her date of birth and where she was born. He then rang his wife to say: ‘I’ve found her.’

Sue continued: ‘It’s uncanny and I’ve got two half sisters who are all in the business.

Family: During Friday's instalment of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here, Sue revealed to camp she was adopted

Family: During Friday’s instalment of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here, Sue revealed to camp she was adopted

‘It’s lovely because my mum and my birth mother, we’ve all met, been out for dinner, we’ve all kept in touch, so we’ve all had lovely relationship ever since, so it’s a nice ending. I’m very lucky.’ 

After hearing her story, former England footballer Jill Scott said: ‘Nah, that has just given me goosebumps. That is the most incredible story I think I’ve ever heard.’

This year’s series is facing accusations of sexism, after already becoming embroiled in a race row, as Jill Scott became the last woman standing with seven men following Sue’s elimination.

Viewers at home to to social media to complain that the British public was showing sexist tendencies and lament the lack of females left in the jungle, calling it ‘depressing’.

Story: The Coronation Street star shocked her campmates with how she met her birth mother for the very first time, following a chance encounter with her husband at an audition

Story: The Coronation Street star shocked her campmates with how she met her birth mother for the very first time, following a chance encounter with her husband at an audition

One wrote: ‘I hate to say it, but sexism rears it’s ugly head. Charlene, Scarlette and now Sue…..’ 

Another echoed: ‘I’m not saying British voting public are racist and sexist, but…’

While a third agreed, writing: ‘3 women leaving in a row – there’s something inherently sexist about that, and Matt f******g Hancock is still there – d******d’. 

And a fourth added: ‘Sue voted out of #ImACeleb leaving just 1 woman and 7 men. 

‘Why do all the immensely capable women get the boot? Are they not worthy winners? Depressing.’

Only one left: This year's series is facing accusations of sexism, after already becoming embroiled in a race row, as Jill Scott became the last woman standing with seven men

Only one left: This year’s series is facing accusations of sexism, after already becoming embroiled in a race row, as Jill Scott became the last woman standing with seven men

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Previous campmate Arlene Phillips spoke out about female contestants often being sent home early, as she appeared on MailOnline’s Jungle Confidential.

The choreographer, 79, appeared on the show in 2021 where she became the first campmate to be sent home.

She was followed out by Snoochie Shy and Kadeena Cox, while the year before saw Victoria Derbyshire and Beverley Callard follow Ruthie Henshall and Hollie Arnold out of the castle, leaving just two women and six men.

Speaking on the departure of Scarlette on Sunday night, Arlene told Katie Hind there were questions about her exit.

Having her say: Previous campmate Arlene Phillips spoke out about female contestants often being sent home early, as she appeared on MailOnline's Jungle Confidential

Having her say: Previous campmate Arlene Phillips spoke out about female contestants often being sent home early, as she appeared on MailOnline’s Jungle Confidential

She said: ‘I was really surprised, she’s just warm, bubbly, eager to take on challenges, she seems to me to be the perfect jungle contestant. I love her personality. For her there are questions’.

When asked to elaborate, she said: ‘I think why a female quite frankly? Because on our show I was first, then Kadeena then Snoochie.

‘Frankie [Bridge] did remain in right until the bitter end, but it did seem to be exclusion of females as quickly as possible.’

Arlene went on to say the problem was systemic, and could be seen in all aspects of society. 

I’M A CELEBRITY 2022: THE FULL LINEUP

BOY GEORGE

BOY GEORGE

BOY GEORGE

AGE: 61

CLAIM TO FAME: Legendary pop star

PHOBIAS: Being scared

MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? No, I am going straight into the jungle from playing at various festivals and gigs

ROLE IN THE CAMP: In-house dietician reassuring everyone that they will be ok on the jungle diet. And entertainer – I will sing!

BEST ATTRIBUTE: I am a very positive person and I don’t bear any grudges

DREAM CAMPMATE: It would be funny if my ex, Jon Moss, comes on the programme -but I don’t think that will happen!

CHRIS MOYLES

CHRIS MOYLES

CHRIS MOYLES

AGE: 48

CLAIM TO FAME: Radio DJ

PHOBIAS: I am petrified of heights. I ended up carrying the bags when we took my girlfriend’s niece once to Go Ape as I am so petrified!

MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? A friend’s birthday, a wedding, and Leeds United matches

ROLE IN THE CAMP: Entertainer. Hopefully I can help shorten everyone’s boredom.

BEST ATTRIBUTE: Hiding food! I am going to fly out early and sneak into the jungle and hide pot noodles everywhere, then I will be everyone’s best friend!

DREAM CAMPMATE: Ant and Dec…let’s see how they cope for 24 hours!

SUE CLEAVER

SUE CLEAVER

SUE CLEAVER

AGE: 59

CLAIM TO FAME: Playing Eileen Grimshaw in Coronation Street

PHOBIAS: Don’t be ridiculous! I am not going to admit to what I fear most!

MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? Coronation Street and we are expecting another grandchild any day, so hopefully it will arrive before I fly out to Australia.

ROLE IN THE CAMP: I will be more of a mum – that is where I will naturally fit.

BEST ATTRIBUTE: I can cook and I am a good listener, so hopefully I will be a friendly ear for everyone.

DREAM CAMPMATE: Good Morning Britain’s Richard Arnold. He is my TV husband and it would be lovely to have an ally in camp!

SCARLETTE DOUGLAS

SCARLETTE DOUGLAS

SCARLETTE DOUGLAS

AGE: 35

CLAIM TO FAME: Presenter of A Place In The Sun

PHOBIAS: Spiders. There is no point in lying about it! I’ve got an irrational fear about them

MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? Just a holiday which I can postpone

ROLE IN THE CAMP: Mum, cook and morale booster. I always like to look at the positive side in life

BEST ATTRIBUTE: I can cook and I will be good at making sure everything is tidy in camp

DREAM CAMPMATE: Mo Gilligan. He is hilarious and I totally fancy him!

BABATÚNDÉ ALÉSHÉ

BABATÚNDÉ ALÉSHÉ

BABATÚNDÉ ALÉSHÉ

AGE: 36

CLAIM TO FAME: Comedian

PHOBIAS: I am scared of absolutely everything. Snakes, rats – I am fearful of them all and I am dreading the trials

MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? I was going on tour but we’ve postponed it now until next year

ROLE IN THE CAMP: Tension breaker. If I can break tension anywhere it starts up in the camp, then I will do that. We don’t need to be bickering as it will be a first-time experience for everyone

BEST ATTRIBUTE: Hopefully I will bring some humour to the camp

DREAM CAMPMATE: I am a big Arsenal fan and so any ex-Arsenal player would be great. I am looking forward to chatting to Ant & Dec about football

SEANN WALSH

SEANN WALSH

SEANN WALSH

AGE: 36

CLAIM TO FAME: Comedian

PHOBIAS: I am not too pleased about rats being in there but I am just trying to pretend it is not happening! 

MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? No, I am really looking forward to taking part in this show

BIGGEST MISCONCEPTION YOU WANT TO DISPEL IN THE JUNGLE: People have voiced their feelings about me and I am hoping they will see I am very different. I want to create new memories

ROLE IN THE CAMP: I am a great listener. I can’t cook but if someone would like to teach me, then I will give it a go 

BEST ATTRIBUTE: I don’t want to put myself down but if my friends were to answer this question, they would say there isn’t much Seann can do! I am not really bringing too much to the table which is why I am a good listener! 

DREAM CAMPER: Lee Evans, anyone from Blink-182 or Boy George. My mum took me to see him at Wembley and he wore a satellite dish as a hat! 

MIKE TINDALL

MIKE TINDALL

MIKE TINDALL

AGE: 44

CLAIM TO FAME: Rugby Union player and married to Princess Anne’s daughter Zara Tindall

PHOBIAS: I haven’t admitted to having any phobias but in a weird way, I am looking forward to taking part in the trials!

MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? My podcast series and the rugby Internationals this autumn

ROLE IN THE CAMP: Morning motivator. I would like to see everyone get on well and us all have a great experience

BEST ATTRIBUTE: I am a positive person

DREAM CAMPMATE: Samuel L Jackson would be cool. He has lived the life!

OWEN WARNER

OWEN WARNER

OWEN WARNER

AGE: 23

CLAIM TO FAME: Playing Romeo Nightingale in Hollyoaks

PHOBIAS: Snakes!

MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? I am a big fan of football so I will miss watching the start of the World Cup

ROLE IN THE CAMP: Entertainer and games coordinator

BEST ATTRIBUTE: It is definitely not my cooking skills or brains!

DREAM CAMPMATE: Any of the Leicester City starting 11!

CHARLENE WHITE

CHARLENE WHITE 

CHARLENE WHITE

AGE: 42

CLAIM TO FAME: ITV newsreader and Loose Women anchor

PHOBIAS: I am not sure what my fear factor will be because I’ve never had rodents, spiders and snakes crawling all over me!

MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? My children’s annual school ball which I am gutted about

ROLE IN THE CAMP: Mum and cook. I don’t mind falling into that position

BEST ATTRIBUTE: I like to listen and talk. I love learning about people and I have a natural curiosity for people

DREAM CAMPMATE: Colin Murray and Richard Osman

JILL SCOTT

JILL SCOTT

JILL SCOTT

AGE: 35

CLAIM TO FAME: Retired England Lioness

PHOBIAS: I don’t like rats and the thought of being underground fills me with fear!

MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? The Men’s World Cup. I am going to find it weird not being able to know how the men are getting on in the tournament. Hopefully they will still be in the tournament when I come out of the jungle

ROLE IN THE CAMP: Helping hand. I like to help people if they aren’t having a good day

BEST ATTRIBUTE: Hard worker. I will always find a way to add value. I am also very honest

DREAM CAMPMATE: Another sports person would be great as it would be someone to bounce ideas off.

OLIVIA ATTWOOD

OLIVIA ATTWOOD

OLIVIA ATTWOOD – EXITED THE SHOW

AGE: 31

CLAIM TO FAME: Love Island star

PHOBIAS: I hate the dark so I’m keen to avoid any challenges in the darkness

MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? No, had the show been on air any later, I could have missed my sister’s wedding

ROLE IN THE CAMP: Clown. I was always the class clown at school and I love having a laugh

BEST ATTRIBUTE: I don’t take myself seriously and I have got a good sense of humour

DREAM CAMPMATE: A pop legend like Dolly Parton who has amazing stories to tell

MATT HANCOCK

MATT HANCOCK

MATT HANCOCK

AGE: 44

CLAIM TO FAME: Politician

PHOBIAS: Snakes. I don’t thankfully suffer from claustrophobia –or I think I don’t!

BIGGEST MISCONCEPTION YOU WANT TO DISPEL IN THE JUNGLE: Politicians are people too and it will be nice for people to see me as me. We are human too

ROLE IN THE CAMP: I like to muck in, and I think I will be collecting a lot of firewood. I like cooking too

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