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3 days before launch night (Betfair Back & Lay price, best HS price):

Joey Essex                     2.72 / 2.74,   7/4
Steve Davis                   6.4 / 6.6,   11/2
Kian Egan                      9.4 / 9.6,   8/1
Alfonso Ribeiro            10.5 / 11.5,   12/1
Rebecca Adlington      12.5 / 13,   10/1
Vincent Simone           ----------,   10/1
Lucy Pargeter             14 / 15,   12/1
Matthew Wright         16.5 / 17.5,   14/1
Laila Morse                  29 / 55,   33/1
Annabel Giles               ---------,   33/1
Amy Willerton             46 / 50,   40/1
David Emanuel           55 / 65,   50/1

Amount matched £7,645
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Report ahorsewithnoname November 19, 2018 8:15 AM GMT
Monday morning, after the launch show

Can't decide whether to watch this year or not, it's on EVERY day for 3 weeks, often more than an hour. I stopped watching last night through boredom.

So, the teams were split into Reds (John, Sair, Harry, Nick, Malique) and Yellows (James, Rita, Anne, Fleur, Emily), and after some tasks the Red team were in the luxury camp, the Yellows the poor camp. Anne was already struggling. Only the Yellow team will do the first couple of trials. Anne was, unsurprisingly, exempt and the public picked Emily for the first trial

Current odds:
4.2 - 4.4...........Emily Atack         (8 pre show, drifted to 9s then continuously shortened, 3.9 lowest matched when picked for the trial)
7.4 - 7.8...........John Barrowman         (drifted all show, 8.4 highest matched)
8.8 - 9.4...........Anne Hegerty         (drifted during the show, as high as 12 matched, shortened back a bit since)
9.2 - 10............James McVey         (5.2 pre show then all drift, as high as 11.5 before shortening back a bit)
9.8 - 10.............Fleur East         (around 19 pre show, shortened during, as low as 7.2 before drifting back out some)
11 - 13............Nick Knowles
12 - 12.5...........Harry Redknapp
18.5 - 19.............Rita Simons
25 - 28.............Noel Edmonds
26 - 28.............Malique Thompson-Dwyer
46 - 50.............Sair Khan

£146,870 matched, back 102.6%, lay 96.3%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 20, 2018 8:55 AM GMT
I'm watching Cool

Tuesday morning, after the 2nd show

In last night's show:
•Emily did a snake based trial, getting 9 out of 10 stars. One snake bit/attacked her! She's now joined the Red (luxury) camp
•Anne talked about being a little bit autistic. Aren't we all here?
•Harry regaled us with a few tales (said "alright" to Prince Harry thinking he's a player he'd worked with, chatted with Princess Beatrice without knowing who she was, chopped his wife's flower heads off)
•Of the 4 remaining Yellows, Anne was chosen for today's trial

Current odds:
5.5 - 5.6...........Emily Atack         (4.7 pre show, hit 4.2 when doing the trial then subsequently drifted)
5.9 - 6.2...........Harry Redknapp       (10.5 pre show, price fell during faster than a crypto currency, well almost, 5.6 lowest matched)
6.4 - 6.6...........Anne Hegerty         (had shortened during yesterday, 6.2 pre show, drifted to 7s during but swiped down to 5.4 when getting next trial before drifting back out again)
6.4 - 6.6...........Fleur East         (9 pre show, shortened all during, coming across well, bubbly & fun)
7.6 - 7.8...........John Barrowman         (7.2 pre show)
17 - 18.5..........Nick Knowles       (11.5 pre show)
21 - 23.............James McVey         (had already drifted to 13 pre show, big drift all during the show, high of 28 matched, more personality in a lettuce leaf)
21 - 23.............Rita Simons
25 - 26.............Noel Edmonds
36 - 40.............Malique Thompson-Dwyer
70 - 85.............Sair Khan

£285,303 matched (been great liquidity), back 102.9%, lay 98.7%
Report SamH_123 November 20, 2018 4:54 PM GMT
why is Sair 70 but Rita 21?  would have had them the other way round but I knew nothing of them pre-show
Report ahorsewithnoname November 21, 2018 8:52 AM GMT
Wednesday morning, after the 3rd show

In last night's show:
•It started with the Yellows. Anne snores, shocker. Fleur, Rita & James did some exercise while Anne watched
•Anne did her trial but only managed two stars (doing 2 out of the 5 parts before saying IACGMOOH), Everyone in the camp was sympathetic though
•Harry's anecdote of the day was about how he meet his wife of 54 years, Sandra, above the Two Puddings Pub in Stratford
•Don't think Malique spoke but I did see him swot away a bug
•The 4 Yellows did a challenge to win some of the Red campers their luxury items before joining up with them (so all in one camp now)
•Anne got tearful after Nick asked if she's finding things tough. He consoled her. Later he received his luxury item, a pillow, and gave this to her
•Everyone bar an exempt Anne was voted by the public via the app for the next trial. John was picked (Malique the other "it might be you")

Current odds:
5.3 - 5.4...........John Barrowman        (7.6 pre show, still around 7 before crashing down to 5 after being voted for next trial))
5.7 - 5.8...........Harry Redknapp        (shortened during yesterday, 4.8 pre show, went lower during show, 3.95 matched, before then drifting after not voted for trial)
7.4 - 7.6...........Fleur East
8 - 8.2.............Emily Atack        (6 pre show, wasn't shown much but still around 7 after show but has since drifted lots, as high as 9s)
9.4 - 9.8...........Nick Knowles       (17 pre show, still that towards the end until shortening to around 14 when consoling Anne then lower after giving her his pillow)
11 - 11.5...........Anne Hegerty        (8 pre show, touched 11 after only getting 2 stars, 13 been matched overnight)
13 - 14.............James McVey        (16 pre show, shortened all during, came across well, polite and considerate, I apologise for my lettuce comment)
21 - 22.............Noel Edmonds        (not in camp yet, expected later in the week, officially confirmed now and seems he'll be the only addition)
28 - 32.............Rita Simons
40 - 44.............Malique Thompson-Dwyer
85 - 95.............Sair Khan               (who?)

£404,324 matched, back 101.9%, lay 98.2%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 22, 2018 8:05 AM GMT
Thursday morning, after the 4th show

In last night's show:
•It was mostly uneventful. Anne took about 5 minutes to get out of bed. The other 3 Yellows felt like they were guests in the camp
•Malique spoke! He was chatting to James, asking who he is, then what songs he's famous for, then pretended to know one when James sang it
•John had his (boring underwater) trial, getting all 10 stars with ease, despite them trying to rack up the suspense
•Emily (in particular), Rita & Sair did impersonations
•Harry's anecdote of the day was being on safari in Africa with some African football players, having to get up at 5am to go on a safari and the players saying "Harry, we're African, we've seen all the animals"
•There was no trial vote, instead all 10 campers will participate with the introduction of "Emperor" Noel, for tonight's show
•Dec said FABULOUS about 30 times

Current odds:
3.5 - 3.55..........John Barrowman        (4 as show started (3.85 matched just before), 3.6 matched 10 mins in, then 3.45, then low of 3.3 half way thru, 3.5 end of show)
6.2 - 6.4...........Emily Atack        (8.2 pre show, shortened during, 7 by end of show then shortened more)
7.2 - 7.4...........Harry Redknapp        (drifted all yesterday to 7.2 pre show)
11 - 12.............Nick Knowles
12 - 13.............Fleur East        (8.2 pre show, 9.6 after, now drifted more, many think she's being false)
13.5 - 14...........Anne Hegerty        (new high of 15.5 matched yesterday evening)
13.5 - 14...........Noel Edmonds        (shortened all yesterday, 15 by midday, 12.5 as show started)
19 - 21.............James McVey        (drifted all yesterday, 18 pre show)
36 - 40.............Rita Simons
60 - 80.............Malique Thompson-Dwyer
160 - 200...........Sair Khan

£497,795 matched, back 101.2%, lay 96.6%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 23, 2018 8:41 AM GMT
Friday morning, after the 5th show

In last night's show:
•It was very much the Harry show. Firstly anecdotes about him watching and punting on horses before a Saturday 3pm kick off, sometimes with Fergie
•The housemates all gathered (in the rain) to meet Emperor Noel. Noel choose Harry as his Personal Adviser. The pair then choose Fleur & Sair for a trial then Nick & James. Nick did well encouraging James and when it finished Nick had a HUGE spider on his head. These 4 (campmates, not the spider) are now part of the Emperor's Inner Circle
•Noel, loving his Emperor role, accused John of scathing his crotch, he said he wasn't, it was his waist, and was very miffed
•Malique (you can call him Mal) & Rita did the DDC with Noel & Harry "helping", they won what looked like a cube of cheese and about 10 grapes which Harry initially hid before revealing to the overjoyed campers
•The Inner Circle were enjoying their dinner and Harry opened up about how much he loves his wife Sandra (of 54 years, we are told daily), and how he wouldn't be able to cope without her, getting all teary. Later Fleur and Sair were teaching Harry the flossing dance
•Mal & Rita were picked for today's trial (the Inner Circle and Anne were exempt)

Current odds:
3 - 3.05...........Harry Redknapp        (6 pre show, 5 after footy anecdotes, 3.8 by DDC reward hide, 3.5 by Sandra talk, 3.4 end of show, 3.1 ten mins later, 2.86 half an hour later)
5.8 - 5.9..........John Barrowman        (4.4 pre show, drifted towards 7 after crotchgate, 6 as show ended)
8 - 8.2............Emily Atack        (6 pre show, drifted during)
8 - 8.2............Nick Knowles        (9.4 pre show, 8.4 as his trial finished, 7.4 after spider taken off his head, then towards 6 before drifting back out)
15 - 15.5..........Fleur East
18.5 - 19..........Anne Hegerty        (13.5 pre show, hardly shown)
19.5 - 21..........Noel Edmonds        (9.6 pre show, drifted all during)
24 - 25............James McVey
34 - 36............Rita Simons
75 - 85............Malique Thompson-Dwyer        (shot down to 30s after getting trial before as quickly shooting back out again)
170 - 190..........Sair Khan

£617,215 matched, back 101.8%, lay 99.1%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 23, 2018 8:46 AM GMT
Oops, only Fleur & Sair are part of the Inner Circle, Noel & Harry had to choose out of them and Nick & James who to join them
Report ahorsewithnoname November 24, 2018 7:43 AM GMT
Saturday morning, after the 6th show

In last night's show:
•It started off with Noel & Harry going to bed before spotting a shrew in their room, which Harry couldn't sleep with and Nick came to the rescue removing it. Then early the next morning Harry woke up with cramp and Noel had to help him out. Harry explained he often gets cramp and has to shout for Sandra to relieve it who upon hearing his squeals thinks he's enjoying himself
•Malique, it is what it is, innit, & Rita went off for their trial. Harry said Malique will smash it as he's very fit, always doing back-flips, BUT he thinks he must have landed on his head in the past! The Inner Circle choose John & Emily to go against Malique & Rita in the trial. It involved them in tanks with water and us watching a snake fight for it's life by not drowning. Malique was very good at holding his breath under water. Malique & Rita won and joined the Inner Circle
•Nick, James & Anne did a challenge to win care packages for everyone. They won 8 out of the 11. Anne sort of quit near the end but after she had finished her part. Noel automatically received his care package and had to choose which 3 didn't. Harry magnanimously said he didn't want his. Nick & James were the unlucky pair also not receiving theirs. Both were tearful.
•There was no trial viewers vote. Instead, Noel's Emperor reign will soon end and he & Harry will do today's trial involving putting critters in their mouths and whatnot

Current odds:
2.62 - 2.66.........Harry Redknapp        (having drifted during yesterday to around 3.3 he shortened again to 2.74 pre show, then a new low of 2.3 matched at the end)
7.6 - 7.8...........Emily Atack
7.6 - 8.............Nick Knowles        (had drifted to 9s pre show)
8.2 - 8.4...........John Barrowman        (around 7 pre show)
16.5 - 17.5.........Fleur East
17 - 17.5...........Noel Edmonds
20 - 22.............James McVey        (25 pre show, 27 by end but shortened during Extra Camp program (which I don't watch))
21 - 23.............Anne Hegerty        (16.5 pre show, 21 at end)
38 - 42.............Rita Simons
70 - 80.............Malique Thompson-Dwyer
200 - 240...........Sair Khan

£677,980 matched, back 102.9%, lay 99.2%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 25, 2018 9:08 AM GMT
Sunday morning, after the 7th show

In last night's show:
•Harry stole it, again, hugely. We were about 10 seconds into the show before Harry's first anecdote - when he told Pavlyuchenko if he didn't play better Harry would "pull him off" at HT. Then followed us seeing John & Nick saying how much they love him, how hilarious he is. Fleur, Rita & Sair were having their morning shower whilst Harry waited for his and gentlemanly averted his eyes until they had finished. There's only one women Harry wants to see in a bikini and that's his wife. She might as well be in the camp, she's featured more than half the actual campmates
•Taking up half the show, Noel & Harry had their (memorable) trial, involving holding various critters in their mouths. They heroically obtained all 11 stars. They've had a blast being Emperor and assistant together but their reign has now ended
•Fleur & Malique did some rapping
•John was throwing country names to Anne who gave facts about each. We learnt that there are only two countries in the World that are double landlocked - Uzbekistan & Liechtenstein. Emily learnt what landlocked meant. Anne made a funny comment about Trump
•The viewers voted Noel & Nick for the next (high wire) trial. Anne was again exempt
•The viewers are now voting for the next camp leader (Noel & Harry exempt)

HARRY GOES ODDS ON - he shortened all during Saturday, mostly trading between 2 and 2.3, then touched 1.97 shortly before the show. By the first ad break he was 1.83, by the second break 1.74 and by the third break a low of 1.66 had been matched. He drifted to 1.9s by the end of the show (mainly on not getting the next trial I think) but then quickly shortened again

Current odds:
1.76 - 1.85.........Harry Redknapp        (see above)
8 - 8.4.............Nick Knowles        (9 pre show, still 9s near the end before shortening to 7s when getting the trial)
11 - 12.............John Barrowman
14 - 15.5...........Emily Atack
20 - 22.............Noel Edmonds
27 - 34.............Anne Hegerty        (has been matched as high as 42 with a few quid even higher)
29 - 32.............James McVey
38 - 46.............Fleur East
60 - 90.............Rita Simons
80 - 120............Malique Thompson-Dwyer
210 - 270...........Sair Khan

£753,254 matched, back 103.7%, lay 95.8%
Report Pete Watermelon November 25, 2018 7:09 PM GMT
This is great stuff mate, you deserve hall of fame status. Can't help thinking anyone on HR below Evens is on a hiding to nothing. A massive puff in my opinion.
Report ahorsewithnoname November 26, 2018 8:26 AM GMT
Cheers Pete

Monday morning, after the 8th show

In last night's show:
•We were 13 minutes into the show before Harry spoke Shocked
•The youngsters and Nick did some exercise then Fleur (& Rita) were doing some dance moves with Emily trying to join in but she ain't no dancer
•Noel & Nick did their high wire trial and obtained 5 stars, they completed the trial but it was very hard getting the stars
•Noel & Emily had a touching chat about past relationships
•Nick was voted via the app the new Camp Leader. He picked Anne as his deputy. Nick wasn't particularly happy now being the leader as it meant he now can't do the cooking
•The last half hour of the 90 minute show featured a live trial. John, James & Rita had been chosen by the campmates as the Outback Team and were now on a jungle quest. The remaining 8 had to do 4 X-Factor themed trials to earn the Outback team time. Firstly a terrified Emily & Malique had to sing some past X-Factor songs with critters and stuff over them whilst the others, but mainly Fleur, had to name the song. Then Harry, Nick, Sair, Noel & Anne had to eat a dead witchetty grub. Anne in pimp only just succeeded after taking an age and nearly puked live on TV. Then Noel, Emily, Anne & Harry had a drink a large glass of something horrible, Anne was very quick, then lastly Nick & Fleur had to lie down in a glass box with snakes and get a couple of stars. All tasks completed and 85 minutes in total earned for the Outback team.

HARRY GOES ODDS AGAINST - 1.92 pre show, he wasn't featured much and looked tired when we had the live trial. He drifted all during the show, was 2.2 at the end but gone a bit higher overnight

Current odds:
2.34 - 2.38.........Harry Redknapp        (see above)
5.6 - 5.7...........Emily Atack        (had shortened during yesterday, 10.5 pre show, 6.4 by the end, lower overnight)
6 - 6.2.............Nick Knowles        (also shortened during yesterday, 7 pre show, hit 5.5 when voted Leader)
10 - 12.............John Barrowman
18.5 - 20...........Anne Hegerty        (25 pre show, still around that after but then quickly shortened towards 20)
24 - 25.............Noel Edmonds
36 - 40.............Fleur East        (during the show had shortened to 20s and for one moment 18 before drifting back out)
50 - 60.............James McVey
60 - 80.............Rita Simons
240 - 400...........Malique Thompson-Dwyer
300 - 360...........Sair Khan

£817,002 matched, back 104%, lay 99.3%
Report lookingon November 26, 2018 9:15 AM GMT
You do a brilliant job horse and always enjoy reading LoveCool
Report ahorsewithnoname November 27, 2018 8:49 AM GMT
Thank you looky Love

Tuesday morning, after the 9th show

In last night's show:
•Nick and Anne were waking up in their camp leader cosy room. Anne farted
•The majority of the show followed John, James & Rita on their rather tedious quest, think there were 4 sections of trials. They managed 10 out of 11 stars, John missing out getting the last one after bigging up their mission all show, which was a little amusing
•Noel & Nick (who was being a stickler of the rules & regs) were bickering over Noel collecting water and breaking the "must be 3 left in camp" rule
•Brainbox Malique was having a chat with Noel, asking who he is. He then guessed Noel's age at 49 (he'll actually be 70 next month)
•Rita, John & James too returned to camp. As they only had 10 stars, someone had to miss out on the luxury banquet reward. John insisted it should be him as he missed the last star but Nick, as camp leader, overruled him and insisted he will forgo the meal as he doesn't have to do any chores.
•Everyone bar Nick enjoyed the slap up meal. Harry got his much talked about jam roly poly. Mensa candidate Malique eat too much and was nearly sick
•The public voted for the next trial (Hellish Hospital), which Anne WAS eligible for, and she was duly selected

Current odds:
2.34 - 2.5.........Harry Redknapp        (had shortened again during yesterday, evens pre show but drifted during, 2.2s end of show, as high as 2.6s overnight)
4.4 - 4.7...........Nick Knowles        (7.2 pre show, 5s end of show then went ever shorter, as low as 4 overnight)
7.2 - 7.4...........Emily Atack
13.5 - 15...........John Barrowman        (10 pre show)
16 - 17.............Anne Hegerty        (around 25 pre show then went 17.5 on news she wasn't exempt from trial, back to low 20s before shortening again on trial confirmation)
23 - 26.............Noel Edmonds
40 - 55.............Fleur East
55 - 60.............James McVey
60 - 70.............Rita Simons
220 - 290...........Malique Thompson-Dwyer
220 - 340...........Sair Khan

£878,804 matched, back 104.3%, lay 96.7%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 28, 2018 9:49 AM GMT
Wednesday morning, after the 10th show

In last night's show:
•Noel was mothering bright spark Malique then John found a load of melted wax in his bag from a candle savvy Malique had left alight
•Anne set off on her trial with lots of encouragement from her campmates. She obtained 7 out of 11 stars (with a little bit of help from Holly & Dec) before saying IACGMOOH. Response was mixed from she did really well to doing the bare minimum. Afterwards Anne was having a wash in the pool and enjoying some girl talk with Emily & Fleur. A running theme this series is how much everyone in camp loves Anne
•Fleur & Malique were teaching Harry some sex slang
•Noel & Fleur did the DDC and won a SMALL bowl of scampi fries which they insisted on giving all to Nick as he missed out on the previous day's meal. They choose the fries over some remaining luxury items which included Harry's chair and he was shown most displeased about that
•Harry's anecdotes running a bit out of puff now as the best he could muster was dropping a steak on the floor when doing a BBQ and as no one saw he put it back on the grill and let a guest eat it
•The public, surprisingly, voted Sair & Malique for the next (eating) trial

Current odds:
1.79 - 1.83.........Harry Redknapp        (2.2 pre show, went odds on again during, 1.8s end of show)
8.2 - 8.4...........Nick Knowles        (5.1 start of show but little coverage meant he drifted all during, 6.6 by end then higher overnight)
8.4 - 8.8...........Emily Atack
12 - 13.............Anne Hegerty        (shortened during yesterday, as low as 11-ish, drifted during trial, 17 at end of show but since shortened again overnight)
20 - 22.............John Barrowman
26 - 30.............Noel Edmonds
36 - 42.............Fleur East
75 - 90.............Rita Simons
90 - 110............Malique Thompson-Dwyer        (120 - 140 pre show, briefly hit 60 after getting next trial)
120 - 130...........James McVey
170 - 200...........Sair Khan        (went from 280 to trading 50 after getting trial!!)

£936,959 matched, back 103.8%, lay 99.2%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 29, 2018 7:18 AM GMT
Thursday morning, after the 11th show

In last night's show:
•The previous harmonious nature of the camp was beginning to unravel. More bickering between Nick & early rising hard-working Noel about rules. Rita was itchy and "due on" and annoyed about the toilet seat. Harry seemed the culprit but kept quiet; a recurring theme this year is the older guys being a bit scared of Rita. Nick asked John to pick up a pair of knickers from the floor as he felt uncomfortable doing so, which led to a conversation about etiquette and bodily functions. Emily never once farted in front of her ex-boyfriend in 6 years. Blimey. Later there was tension between Rita & John about the cooking of rice and beans
•Malique & Sair did there eating trial, took up a large chunk of the show, they were able to eat everything without too much fuss which made it a bit boring
•The viewers voted for 3 Team Captains for the start of an immunity challenge for the imminent first elimination. Harry, Nick & John received the most votes

Current odds:
1.63 - 1.66.........Harry Redknapp        (1.78 pre show, similar near end but then went low 1.7s after vote, then over next hour matched at new low of 1.6)
9 - 9.2,,...........Nick Knowles
9.2 - 9.4...........Emily Atack        (8 pre show, did shortened to 7 by end but since drifted back out)
18 - 19.5...........Anne Hegerty        (quiet show for her, 14 before, 16 after)
18.5 - 19...........John Barrowman
38 - 46.............Noel Edmonds
60 - 90.............Fleur East
65 - 90.............Rita Simons
110 - 140...........Malique Thompson-Dwyer
110 - 140...........Sair Khan
140 - 200...........James McVey        (the crazy World of specials, the pre show fav now the complete rag of the field. Barely said 3 words in last few shows)

£987,019 matched, back 102.7%, lay 98.5%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 30, 2018 7:48 AM GMT
Friday morning, after the 12th show

First elimination tonight, then I think one a night from Sunday which will leave a three celeb final (this is what happened last year)

The camp has been split into 4 teams and one team will gain immunity from the first elimination:
GALAHS - Nick, Malique & Sair
KOALAS - John, Anne & Emily
ROOS - Harry, Fleur & James
UNDERDOGS - Noel & Rita

In last night's show:
•Some general chit chat in camp, Fleur singing a song about her bum and curves, Emily can't drive and has failed 5 tests, something about Noel and driving a black cab to get around quicker
•The 3 Team Captains (the public will vote for any John, Nick & Harry) did their first challenge. John did lots of annoying screaming and singing. Nick won, John 2nd, Harry 3rd and they then choose two teammates each. Poor Noel & Rita were the two left and became the Underdogs
•The second challenge was James, Emily, Rita & Malique in boats. In a thrilling contest, Emily won, James 2nd, Malique 3rd, Rita 4th. Thoughtful Malique gave up as wanted either the team with Harry or Anne to win
•Harry dropped his soap in the pool and couldn't retrieve it from the floor. Malique came to the rescue and heroically dived in and successfully recovered the soap
•The third challenge involved Noel, Anne, Fleur & Sair holding some loops attached to buckets of water. 1.01 landed with Anne coming last, despite passing the time listing every American president ever. Noel won, Fleur 2nd, Sair 3rd
•This meant the Roos were leading after day 1 on 4 points. The Koalas & Underdogs have 3 points each, the Galahs 2 points. As leaders, the Roos enjoyed a luxury meal of emu sausages which Harry whinged about. A duplicitous Harry told Fleur & James to play down about their slap-up meal so the other teams won't try too hard to win the next day

Current odds:
1.54 - 1.57.........Harry Redknapp        (shortened during yesterday, new low matched pre show 1.52 then 1.5 during the show)
7 - 7.2.............Emily Atack        (low 8s pre show, shortened during)
20 - 22.............Nick Knowles        (15 pre show, 18 after, higher since)
21 - 23.............John Barrowman
25 - 27.............Anne Hegerty        (17 pre another quiet show, 26 at the end)
34 - 36.............Fleur East        (60 pre show but featured quite a bit)
38 - 48.............Noel Edmonds
75 - 80.............Rita Simons
75 - 90.............Malique Thompson-Dwyer        (had a good show)
150 - 190...........Sair Khan
150 - 220...........James McVey

£1,043,243 matched, back 102.6%, lay 98.4%
Report ahorsewithnoname December 1, 2018 12:54 PM GMT
FIRST ELIMINATION - NOEL EDMONDS

With Nick, Malique, Sair, John & Fleur immune, only Noel, Anne, Rita, Harry, Emily & James faced the first elimination
Lines were only open for 7 minutes (9:52pm to 9:59pm)
Rita was the other "it might be you"
Wasn't around last night but (thank you bear) the last prices matched were Rita 1.79, Anne 5.6, James 5.7, Noel 15
Noel said in his exit interview he wants Fleur to win



Saturday lunchtime, after the 13th show and Noel's sad elimination (he was surprised and emotional)

In last night's show:
•The team immunity challenges continued. Everyone had to drink revolting things. The Galahs won and obtained immunity. Nick drank 3 times as he was good at it but Harry didn't think that was fair and had a big whinge about it to everyone
•The final challenge gave two more campers the opportunity for immunity. They had to cycle with critters poured on them and grab medals. Anne said she knows she won't win so didn't want to even try and also wants to go so didn't want immunity. John & Fleur won and were therefore also immune
•The 5 immune all enjoyed a meal
•After these 5 returned to the main camp, everyone had a drink and the 6 that faced elimination all gave little heartfelt speeches about their time in the jungle. Harry had pimp
•I gather Sair has volunteered for today's trial

Current odds:
1.65 - 1.66.........Harry Redknapp        (1.57 pre show, drifted to 1.6s during after all his moaning)
6.4 - 6.8...........Emily Atack
12.5 - 13.5.........Fleur East        (around 28 pre show, 22 near lines closing, shorter since - due to Noel wanting her to win? Really?)
13.5 - 15...........Nick Knowles        (17 pre show, shortened during)
17.5 - 22...........John Barrowman
32 - 40.............Anne Hegerty        (around 26 pre show, 50 near lines closing, shortened back a bit since)
75 - 85.............Malique Thompson-Dwyer
95 - 140............James McVey
110 - 160...........Rita Simons
120 - 200...........Sair Khan

£1,101,573 matched, back 104.8%, lay 99.1%
Report ahorsewithnoname December 2, 2018 6:51 AM GMT
Sunday Morning, after the 14th show   2nd Elimination tonight

In last night's show:
•We saw Noel eliminated again then before anyone had barely had a chance to say "bye Noel, see you in a few days" Nick, mainly, and John then Harry were pilfering his possessions. Poor Noel
•The campmates themselves had to choose someone for the trial. All the youngsters wanted it, Malique, Fleur (who moaned about not having done one yet for stars) but in the end Sair and James drew straws with Sair winning. She did the trial, getting all 10 stars. She was ecstatic. We were bored
•The campmates had a secret ballot to pick the next camp leader (had forgotten Nick was still leader). James had a narrow victory and chose Rita as his deputy
•Anne was jointly in charge of wood and the fire and after stoking the fire received lots of "well dones" from her campmates
•Rita went around a few of the campers squeezing spots. Harry was not amused
•John & Emily did the DDC but everyone (apart from Anne) got the question wrong
•At dinner everyone should have had a chili but naughty Emily eat two and kept quiet about it
•The viewers voted for the (last votable) trial (Anne excluded), which after her earlier whinging, Fleur won

Current odds:
2 - 2.02............Harry Redknapp        (drifted all during yesterday, trading around evens pre show, 2.1 end of show)
4.7 - 4.8...........Emily Atack        (was 6s all yesterday before shortening to low 5s just before the show then going 4s during)
9.2 - 9.6...........Fleur East        (had traded 9s yesterday but back to 11 during the show before shortening to 8s at the end after getting trial)
13.5 - 14.5.........John Barrowman
18 - 23.............Nick Knowles        (drifted during the show)
34 - 42.............Anne Hegerty
70 - 85.............James McVey
95 - 110............Sair Khan
110 - 130...........Malique Thompson-Dwyer
120 - 130...........Rita Simons

£1,157,562 matched, back 102.5%, lay 98%
Report ahorsewithnoname December 3, 2018 7:46 AM GMT
SECOND ELIMINATION - MALIQUE THOMPSON-DWYER

The public had been voting (mostly via the app, of course, where you have 5 votes) since Sunday's show but we were informed at the beginning of last night's show that John was in hospital so was exempt, the lines were briefly frozen before being reopened with everyone having another set of votes

Lines closed at 9:53pm (in an 80 minute show) although Betfair didn't suspend until 10:01pm
Sair was the other "it might be you"
Malique mostly traded between 7 and 2.7 with lpm 5
Sair traded between 4.7 and 2.4 with lpm 3.35
Anne traded between 9.4 and 3.25 with lpm 5
Rita traded between 7 and 3.5 with lpm 4
James traded between 19 and 7 with lpm 14

£9,753 was matched. Malique's lpm in the Outright was 120
Malique said in his exit interview he wants Fleur to win
Report ahorsewithnoname December 3, 2018 8:22 AM GMT
Monday Morning, after the 15th show and Malique's elimination, 3rd elimination tonight although lines not open yet due to John's situation I assume

In last night's show:
•Toads invaded the camp, Nick exercised (with technique criticised by Fleur), Fleur sang, Harry wished he could
•Emily was practising slut drops. Fleur (who was annoying, kept singing and laughing) and Emily featured a lot during the show
•Fleur did her pizza based trial and obtained all 10 stars
•Harry & Rita did the DDC and once again the camp answered the question incorrectly
•Everyone said who they wanted as their ultimate dinner guests. Anne's three were the most obscure people
•John slipped up and was taken to hospital with a sprained ankle and HOPES to be back in camp today
•Malique was eliminated and his interview was, er, dull and awkward I think best describes it

Current odds:
1.78 - 1.81.........Harry Redknapp        (shortened during yesterday to 1.8 just before the show)
6 - 6.2.............Fleur East        (8.2 pre show, 7.2 matched during her trial, went as low as 5.8 after the show)
5.9 - 6.6...........Emily Atack        (5.4 pre show)
26 - 30.............John Barrowman        (had already drifted to 20 pre show, 32 matched during with possibility he won't be back)
32 - 34.............Nick Knowles        (20 pre show, drifted during and since)
44 - 55.............James McVey        (shortened overnight, presumably he's doing today's trial, he was due one)
50 - 75.............Anne Hegerty        (drifted overnight, new high of 70 been matched)
120 - 170...........Rita Simons
200 - 290...........Sair Khan

£1,204,822 matched, back 102.7%, lay 96.9%
Report ahorsewithnoname December 4, 2018 7:45 AM GMT
THIRD ELIMINATION - SAIR KHAN

Voting opened 9:09pm in yesterday's show and closed at 9:56pm (in an 90 minute show)
Emily was the other "it might be you"

Sair mostly traded between 2.5 and 1.56 with lpm 1.66
Anne mostly traded between 5.4 and 4 with lpm 4
Rita mostly traded between 26 and 3.5 with lpm 15.5
James mostly traded between 42 and 7.2 with lpm 42
Nick traded down to 8s with lpm  11
Emily's lowest matched was 30 with lpm 42

£9,968 was matched
Sair's lpm in the Outright was 150
Said said in her interview she "thinks" Harry will win
Report ahorsewithnoname December 4, 2018 8:37 AM GMT
Tuesday Morning, after the 16th show and Sair's elimination

4th elimination tonight with lines opened at the end of last night's show

In last night's show:
•As soon as the show started, within seconds, we had Emily in the Bush Telegraph hut followed by Fleur. These two featured a lot in the show
•James & Rita did the trial, James had by far the worst part, putting his head in all sorts of cages, and they won 8 out of 9 stars. James did well but boy is he dull. Good tongue action though ladies. When getting back to camp Rita pretended they only had 2 stars. It was so funny...and original, sigh
•John returned to camp. He didn't break his foot but just sprained it. Not a normal sprain, a BAD sprain. It wasn't long before he was singing again...triffic
•Fleur & Sair did the DDC and the campmates, lead by Anne, got the question correct! They each had a cupcake, the lucky celebs. James, Emily & Rita licked Fleur
•Fleur, Emily & Sair were washing the dishes and played Snog/Marry/Push off a cliff
•Emily had a chat with Anne about her family. Anne said how her 5 year younger brother likes that she's now on The Chase and that Anne's happy she's not now considered the family loser
•Nick cooked an Ostrich egg for everyone. He's a good cook
•Emily & Harry had an evening video tape/film challenge. Harry didn't look too pleased and has never heard of Toy Story and last went to the cinema in 1964 when he was courting Sandra. Never took Jamie or Mark to the cinema when they were kids then? Shocking. They won some treats for the campers
•Emily had a grasshopper in his knickers. She went off with Sair to wash her vagina and they found a snake in camp
•Sair was eliminated and was a bit more bubbly in her interview than Malique
•We learnt from the Extra Camp show that Harry, Nick & Emily are doing today's trial

Current odds:
1.77 - 1.82.........Harry Redknapp        (1.8s pre show, nearly evens by suspension, briefly went above evens after show before then shortening back)
4.5 - 4.7...........Fleur East        (6.4 pre show, shortened all during, saw 1.7k trying to back at 4.3, low of 3.3 matched after show before drifting back out)
12 - 13.............Emily Atack        (6.2 pre show, 7.2 at market suspension, shot out as high as 18 after maybe being the other bottom 2)
15 - 16.5...........John Barrowman
22 - 28.............James McVey        (40s pre show, shortened afterwards)
38 - 44.............Nick Knowles
50 - 55.............Anne Hegerty
50 - 90.............Rita Simons

£1,281,356 matched, back 105.3%, lay 98.7%
Report ahorsewithnoname December 5, 2018 7:50 AM GMT
FOURTH ELIMINATION - RITA SIMONS

Voting closed at 10pm (in an 90 minute show) having been open since the previous night's show
Fleur was the other "it might be you"

Rita traded between 3.05 and 1.65 with lpm 1.97
Anne mostly traded between 6 and 3 with lpm 4
James mostly traded between 14.5 and 6.2 with lpm 12
Nick mostly matched between 34 and 6.2 with lpm 11
Fleur mostly matched between 50 and 22 with lpm 50
Emily matched as low as 7 with lpm 65, John lpm 19

£12,601 was matched
Rita's lpm in the Outright was 200
Rita said in her interview that she wants Harry to win and he WILL win
Report ahorsewithnoname December 5, 2018 8:20 AM GMT
Wednesday Morning, after the 17th show and Rita's elimination

5th elimination tonight with lines opened at the end of last night's show

In last night's show:
•Emily & Fleur again dominated the Bush Telegraph hut thing. I think they live in the bloody hut
•Nick went with Emily to fill up the water container but to keep his clothes dry he just went in his red pants. Emily didn't know where to look
•Emily, Harry & Nick did the trial, which involved Emily having to pick up various animals, placing them on the two guys. They got all 8 stars
•Some of the campers were talking about their relatives. Rita is Lord Sugar's niece! Emily said her whole family is in showbiz and she is related to Sir Paul McCartney! Albeit distantly. Harry was talking about his son Jamie and Emily said she wants him
•Fleur (again!) and "bumfluff" James did the DDC but Anne steered the group getting the question wrong. Oh Anne
•Everyone had to pass eggs to each other in a cage in order to receive letters from home, again. The Aussie postmen must be busy. Nick dropped Fleur's and Anne selflessly choose to go last and ran out of time. All the other letters were read out
•During the evening meal cooking, Anne strangely sang Ernie, the fastest milkman in the west

Current odds:
1.56 - 1.58.........Harry Redknapp        (1.7 pre show, same at suspension but shortened upon market reopening)
8 - 8.4.............Emily Atack        (11 pre show, 8.2 at suspension)
10.5 - 11.5.........Fleur East        (5s pre show, 6.2 at suspension, higher upon market reopening due to maybe being Bottom 2)
11.5 - 12.5.........John Barrowman        (15 pre show, 14 after the show, shortened overnight)
34 - 38.............James McVey        (30 pre show, 20s after but drifted overnight)
40 - 44.............Anne Hegerty        (around 70 pre show, 120 been matched, 75 at suspension, opened shorter after surviving elimination)
48 - 60.............Nick Knowles

£1,347,481 matched, back 102.8%, lay 98.5%
Report ahorsewithnoname December 6, 2018 9:22 AM GMT
FIFTH ELIMINATION - ANNE HEGERTY  Anne was Laugh  Me and most of the forum were Cry

Voting closed at 9:49pm (in an 90 minute show, 11 minutes earlier than the previous evening, strange) having been open since the previous night's show
John was the other "it might be you"

Anne traded between 3.5 and 2 with lpm 2.98
Nick mostly traded between 4.8 and 2 with lpm 3.4
James mostly traded between 5.5 and 3 with lpm 5.4
Emily mostly traded between 18 and 10 with lpm 10.5
John mostly traded between 40 and 18 with lpm 26
Fleur mostly traded between 27 and 10, bits lower, with lpm 27

£11,275 was matched
Anne's lpm in the Outright was 38 after her best show in ages
Anne said in her interview that Nick will definitely definitely win, with John & Harry having chances too
Report ahorsewithnoname December 6, 2018 3:12 PM GMT
Thursday Afternoon, after the 18th show and Anne's elimination

6th elimination tonight with lines opened at the end of last night's show

In last night's show:
•Fleur, Emily, Fleur, Fleur, Emily, Fleur, Harry, Fleur, Fleur, Fleur, Fleur
•Nick was chuffed to hear he had been No.1 on iTunes and kept singing around camp
•Fleur, for a change, and John did the trial, got all 7 stars "in the nick of time"
•Nick was talking about the moon landing being all fake. Anne was patiently and efficiently rubbishing all of his ridiculous claims. Emily said Nick was talking bollox. Go girl
•They had an early dinner as had a challenge that evening in order to visit the Jungle Arms. They had to queue up, with critters dropped on them, and one by one answer questions on a pub quiz machine. Misery guts Nick didn't want them to even try and to just go back to camp. WTF. Anne went first, answered correctly so went to the pub. One by one the others eventually got a question right and joined Anne. Thicko Harry was last. Emily was quite amusing panicking at times with Harry helping her, saying she didn't have any critters on her whilst an enormous spider was crawling all over him. Yikes. Party Popper Nick said he would rather go to bed for an early night though. He must be fun on a night out
•So everyone's at the pub, enjoying drinks and snacks, even chips! Music was played, some song by Fleur came on and she led the others in a dance. Harry did some grinding. James played the guitar before misery Nick muscled in too. They all then did karaoke, Anne sung Mamma Mia!, Harry humorously sang My Way. A good time was had by all.

Current odds:
1.41 - 1.42..........Harry Redknapp        (1.64 pre show, 1.53 at suspension, opened 1.49 then over following hour hit new low of 1.4)
8.8 - 9.4............Emily Atack        (9.2 at suspension)
13 - 13.5............Fleur East        (8.4 pre show, 10.5 at suspension, higher now, hogging everything is annoying everyone)
16.5 - 17.5..........John Barrowman        (12 pre show, 11.5 at suspension, higher since as may have been Bottom 2))
40 - 42..............James McVey
55 - 70..............Nick Knowles

£1,428,385 matched, back 101%, lay 98%
Report ahorsewithnoname December 7, 2018 7:40 AM GMT
SIXTH ELIMINATION - NICK KNOWLES   Who's going to do the cooking now?

Voting closed at 9:56pm (in an 90 minute show) having been open since the previous night's show
Fleur was the other "it might be you"

Nick had been backed in during yesterday, to odds on, and had been matched at 1.5 pre show. He traded between 3.05 and 1.5 with lpm 1.67
James mostly traded between 8.6 and 2.38 with lpm 4.4
Fleur mostly traded between 12 and 5.8, bits lower, with lpm 12
John mostly traded between 17 and 7.2 with lpm 12.5
Emily mostly traded between 28 and 8.8 with lpm 20

£18,676 was matched
Nick's lpm in the Outright was 70
Nick said in his interview that he wanted Fleur or Harry to win
Report ahorsewithnoname December 7, 2018 7:58 AM GMT
Friday morning, after the 19th show and Nick's elimination

7th elimination tonight with lines opened at the end of last night's show

In last night's show:
•We learnt Harry has a water bed and that Emily fancies the candle out of Beauty and the Beast
•James (who was due) and Fleur (who wasn't, she did one the previous day) did the trial. Emily wanted to as well but had to pick a stone in Harry's hand to choose between her and the selfish Fleur. They received 4 out of 6 stars in a trial lasting 15 minutes, which was about 12 minutes too long for us viewers
•Emily and James did the DDC, involving flags, Emily has never heard of the country Cameroon. Once again the campers got the question wrong
•It was a Christmas themed day and Fleur received her letter from home in one of the crackers
•There was an evening challenge (to win a luxury breakfast) which Harry, John & Emily did, being in a room with various critters and dolls. Emily screamed lots and there were hints of Harry being a bit short with her (in my mind, anyway)

Current odds:
1.35 - 1.37..........Harry Redknapp        (new low of 1.31 was matched during yesterday, 1.36 - 1.39 pre show, 1.39 at suspension)
7.2 - 7.6............Emily Atack        (9.4 pre show, 8.2 at suspension)
18.5 - 21............Fleur East        (around 17 pre show, 15 at suspension, higher now as may have been Bottom 2)
21 - 22..............James McVey        (29 pre show, 22 at suspension)
27 - 29..............John Barrowman        (16.5 pre show, 30 at suspension)

£1,469,427 matched, back 102.5%, lay 98.9%
Report ahorsewithnoname December 7, 2018 11:23 PM GMT
SEVENTH ELIMINATION - JAMES McVEY   From the pop/rock band The Vamps, not to be confused with Scottish actor James McAvoy, star of Wanted, Trance & Filth

Voting closed at 9:59pm (in an 90 minute show) having been open since the previous night's show
You didn't smash it James
Harry was the other "it might be you". Yeah, right

James traded between 2.14 and 1.6 with lpm 1.81. He shorted as Friday wore on and was low 1.8s at the start of the show
Fleur mostly traded between 5.9 and 3.15 with lpm 3.55
John mostly traded between 11 and 4 with lpm 8.8
Emily mostly traded between 21 and 8 with lpm 18

£20,127 was matched (£15,097 on James)
James' lpm in the Outright was 27
James said in his interview the winner "has to be Harry"
Report ahorsewithnoname December 8, 2018 1:01 PM GMT
Saturday lunchtime, after the 20th show and James' elimination. Penultimate show tonight with the cyclone thingy, final tomorrow

In last night's show:
•The campmates enjoyed their slap-up breakfast earned from the previous evening, although it didn't look too luxurious to me
•John helped Emily change and looked at her boobs. Her right one is bigger, if anyone's interested
•Fleur let Harry do the trial, crawling through some cages with snakes and crocodiles and things inside. Harry earned all 5 stars with ease
•James and Harry had a chat where James revealed to a surprised Harry that he really doesn't earn that much, for a pop star. James also commented about how the other 3 (John, Emily & Fleur) have been playing up to the cameras whilst he has been happy to just be himself
•The 5 campmates all met a friend or family member - Fleur her sister, James his girlfriend, Emily her Mum, Harry his Mrs, Sandra, and John his hubby. I thought Emily was going to walk right past her Mum. James droned on how happy he was and asked his girlfriend how Brexit was going. John made his hubby smell his armpit. All the celebs cried, although I didn't see many actual tears. Holly even cried; it was an emotional segment. All 10 then met up together in camp for a while
•The campers then had to rate themselves, as the viewers had, in order to win some hot chocolate and marshmallows. Harry was rated Funniest, Harry was rated Most Famous, Harry was rated Sexiest, sorry, I mean Fleur was, Harry was rated Laziest and finally Emily was rated Loudest

Current odds:
1.24 - 1.25.........Harry Redknapp        (1.32 pre show, 1.27 at suspension, briefly opened high 1.3s after the "it might be you" but then quickly shortened, soon 1.25, low of 1.21 matched overnight)
9.8 - 10............Emily Atack        (8.2 pre show, 9.6 at suspension)
16 - 20.............John Barrowman        (36 - 46 pre show, 40 at suspension, shortened overnight/this morning )
24 - 25.............Fleur East        (16 pre show, 18 at suspension)

£1,574,556 matched, back 102.1%, lay 99%
Report ahorsewithnoname December 9, 2018 1:14 PM GMT
EIGHTH ELIMINATION - FLEUR EAST   The all singing all dancing Bush Telegraph hut hogger could have gone further if she just hadn't tried so hard

Voting closed at 9:47pm (in a 65 minute show which started at 9:10pm) having been open since the previous night's show
As it traditional at this stage, everyone was told "it might be you"

Fleur shortened all day with lpm 1.46
John's lpm 5.5 (was trading 3s before the show), Emily 7.4, Harry 140

12.8k matched (8.2k on Fleur)
Fleur's lpm in the Outright was 32
Fleur said in her interview the winner has to be Harry (although she said Hazza)

I was out last night so information brought to you from bearcub, with thanks Love
Report ahorsewithnoname December 9, 2018 1:27 PM GMT
Sunday lunchtime, after the 21st show and Fleur's elimination. FINAL TONIGHT

In last night's show:
•The "fantastic four" did the Celebrity Cyclone challenge. Harry, who has said he's never watched the show before, didn't have a clue what it involved. As John still has his sprained ankle, he just threw the 3 big stars to the others, one by one. Harry went first then Emily then Fleur in pimp (who else). They completed the trial "in the nick of time". Fleur helped Harry reach his star at the end
•John, Emily & Fleur put on a show, Jungle - The Musical, to "entertain" us
•At dinner the four reminisced about their best and worst times in camp

Current odds:
1.16 - 1.17.........Harry Redknapp        (1.21 pre show, 1.17 at suspension, lowest matched so far 1.13)
11.5 - 12...........John Barrowman        (around the 20 mark pre show, 15 at suspension, shortened again after)
17 - 18.5...........Emily Atack        (10 pre show, 16.5 at suspension)

£1,665,784 matched, back 101.7%, lay 99.2%
Report ahorsewithnoname December 10, 2018 10:46 AM GMT
Winner, and KING of the Jungle - Harry Redknapp
Second - Emily Atack
Third - John Barrowman

Harry's price pretty steady during yesterday but as the day wore on Emily went shorter than John as insiders got to work
The final show ran from 9 - 10:35pm
At 9pm Harry was 1.13, Emily 15 and John 18, £1,763.501 matched
The lines froze at 9:46pm with last prices matched Harry 1.1 (had been matched at 1.08), Emily 18, John 34. £1,825,391 had been matched. John was announced finishing third
The lines reopened at 9:57pm and closed at 10:24pm with last prices matched Harry 1.07, Emily 14. Final total matched £1,939,241
They said there had been over 11 million votes (remember everyone has 5 free votes on each device though)

During the show:
•Emily did the first trial, wearing a helmet for 5 minutes with loads of insects/critters poured in
•John had the second trial, eating a range of gruesome things
•Harry had the last trial, trapped in an underground chamber with rats and bugs. A cockroach went in his ear and Bob had to remove it!
•The final 3 enjoyed their final meals of choice

Third Place Finisher
During yesterday Emily had been fav to finish 3rd, matched as low as 1.66
As the evening went on though she drifted and John was smashed in, for no apparent reason other than insiders cleaning up. I myself GAVE them £25
John went from odds against to as low as 1.4; last price matched was 1.43, Emily 3. £4,421 matched


Money matched:

Lowest and highest matched for Harry Redknapp   (lows matched during the final, highs matched pre launch show)
1.05    £12,581
1.06    £31,369
1.07    £37,710
1.08    £22,078
1.09    £10,560
1.10    £4,796
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12.0    £3,781
12.5    £3,082
13.0    £2,221
13.5    £1,228
14.0    £552
14.5    £89
15.0    £25
15.5    £63

Lowest matched for Emily Atack   (lows matched during the launch show and close to that again on Day 14)
3.9    £23
3.95    £44
4.0    £3,153
4.1    £2,272
4.2    £6,757
4.3    £9,189
4.4    £3,317
4.5    £2,868

Lowest matched for John Barrowman   (lows matched Day 4)
3.30    £80
3.35    £1,554
3.40    £3,875
3.45    £2,525
3.50    £12,399
3.55    £3,438
3.60    £4,642
3.65    £2,460
3.70    £2,812

Lowest matched for Fleur East   (lows matched on Day 16)
3.30    £37
3.40    £10
3.50    £205
3.55    £79
3.60    £86
3.65    £54
3.70    £854
3.75    £918
3.80    £302

Lowest matched for James McVey   (lows matched pre launch show)
4.5    £3
4.6    £36
4.7    £120
4.8    £142
4.9    £139
5.0    £1,329
5.1    £1,117
5.2    £1,695
5.3    £1,214

Lowest matched for Nick Knowles   (lows matched on Day 8)
3.7    £6
4.0    £96
4.1    £275
4.2    £96
4.3    £636
4.4    £785
4.5    £1,405
4.6    £934
4.7    £1,083

Lowest matched for Anne Hegerty   (lows matched on Day 2)
5.4    £52
5.5    £286
5.6    £1,154
5.7    £110
5.8    £516
5.9    £486
6.0    £931
6.2    £6,878
6.4    £4,861

Lowest matched for Rita Simons
11.0    £9
12.0    £193
12.5    £90
13.0    £507
13.5    £747
14.0    £737

Lowest matched for Sair Khan
13.0    £44
13.5    £31
14.0    £205
14.5    £8
15.0    £4
15.5    £12
16.0    £8

Lowest matched for Malique Thompson-Dwyer
14.0    £194
14.5    £75
15.0    £289
15.5    £377
16.0    £448
16.5    £254
17.0    £104

Lowest matched for Noel Edmonds   (lows matched on Day 5)
9.0    £4
9.2    £280
9.4    £556
9.6    £1,504
9.8    £1,236
10.0    £1,638
10.5    £1,345
11.0    £1,553
Report bearcub December 10, 2018 11:23 AM GMT
Excellent write ups as usual Horse, very much appreciated Cool
Report Jack Bauer '24' December 10, 2018 12:38 PM GMT
Top stuff.
Report scampi December 10, 2018 1:29 PM GMT
Thanks as always Horse. Yours are the best threads on Betfair. If Barrowman's got an MBE you deserve one too!
Report hemsby December 11, 2018 10:07 AM GMT
Superb as always Mr horse Love
Report five leaves left December 11, 2018 7:42 PM GMT
Indeed Cool
Report ahorsewithnoname December 11, 2018 8:18 PM GMT
Thank you all, very kind Love

As I did last year, below is a summary of all the IT MIGHT BE YOU'S

For the votable trials:
1st - Emily (the It Might Be You was Rita) = CORRECT
2nd - Anne (the It Might Be You was James) = WRONG, Rita was second, James was actually last of 4, maybe they didn't want to say Rita 2 days running?
3rd - John (the It Might Be You was Malique) = CORRECT
4th - Malique & Rita both did it
5th - Noel & Nick both did it
6th - Anne (the It Might Be You was Noel) = CORRECT
7th - Malique & Sair both did it
8th - Fleur (the It Might Be You was James) = CORRECT

So 4 out of 5 were correct


For the eliminations:
1st - Noel (the It Might Be You was Rita) = CORRECT
2nd - Malique (the It Might Be You was Sair) = CORRECT
3rd - Sair (the It Might Be You was Emily) = WRONG, Rita was 2nd bottom, Emily was 4th top out of 9
4th - Rita (the It Might Be You was Fleur) = WRONG, Anne was 2nd bottom, Fleur was 3rd top of 8
5th - Anne (the It Might Be You was John) = WRONG, James was 2nd bottom, John was 4th top out of 7
6th - Nick (the It Might Be You was Fleur) = WRONG, James was 2nd bottom, Fleur was 3rd bottom
7th - James (the It Might Be You was Harry) = WRONG, Fleur was 2nd bottom, Harry was top

So this year, 2018, only 2 out of 7 were correct
2017 - all 7 correct
2016 - 5 out of 6 correct
2015 - 3 out of 6 correct
2014 - 3 out of 4 correct

The conclusion therefore is, to the often asked question how accurate are the It Might Be You's, is who knows!
Report lookingon December 11, 2018 8:44 PM GMT
Thank you so much Horse, you are a star!LoveCool
Report armagnac December 12, 2018 1:19 AM GMT
Didn’t think it was possible to top perfection, you amaze me every time horse Love
Quality, pure class Cool
Report Henry VIII December 15, 2018 8:52 PM GMT
thanks horse.
Report ahorsewithnoname November 15, 2019 7:23 AM GMT
I'm A Celeb       Series 19       November 2019


Launch show in 2 days time (Sunday 17th). 10 Celebs have been officially announced with Andrew Whyment + 1 other expected to be late entrants. Current odds:

3.9 - 3.95...........Ian Wright       (traded between 5 & 3.4)
6.6 - 6.8............James Haskell       (traded between 8.6 & 6.2)
8 - 8.6................Roman Kemp       (traded between 9.8 & 6.8 +£40 at 5.2)
7.4 - 8.8.............Andrew Whyment       (traded between 21 & 5.4. Initially traded single figures, then wasn't in the official 10 starters so drifted, now unofficial news he WILL be a late entrant shortened his price back to single figures)
12 - 13.5............Jacqueline Jossa       (traded between 20 & 8.6)
14.5 - 17.5..........Caitlyn Jenner       (traded between 17 & 9.2)
15 - 16...............Kate Garraway       (traded between 21 & 13)
25 - 26..............Myles Stephenson       (traded between 34 & 14)
26 - 27...............Nadine Coyle       (traded between 34 & 12)
30 - 32..............Andrew Maxwell       (traded between 36 & 9)
46 - 65..............Adele Roberts       (traded between 85 & 20 +£20 at 15 & £16 at 8)

£51,837 matched, back 102.1%, lay 94.6%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 17, 2019 8:46 AM GMT
Here we go - launch show TONIGHT

Current odds:
3.8 - 4................Ian Wright
5.1 - 7.8..............James Haskell       (new low of 5 just now matched)
8 - 8.4................Roman Kemp
8.4 - 8.6.............Andrew Whyment
13 - 16.5............Jacqueline Jossa
18 - 18.5............Caitlyn Jenner       (had drifted as high as 21)
18 - 23...............Kate Garraway
24 - 26...............Andrew Maxwell
27 - 29...............Myles Stephenson
27 - 34...............Nadine Coyle
40 - 60...............Adele Roberts

£85,455 matched, back 103.2%, lay 89.1%. (50k more matched than at the same time last year)
Report armagnac November 17, 2019 9:39 AM GMT
good luck wise horse CoolLove
Report SlippyBlue November 17, 2019 4:29 PM GMT
Haskell is far too short for me and a lay ,Kemp is worth a punt @ the odds methinks.
Report timbuctooth November 17, 2019 5:33 PM GMT
Kemp`s a snotty brat, max red
Report timbuctooth November 17, 2019 5:59 PM GMT
Sorry, horse, didn`t realise I was replying on this thread, the one thread  we don`t want cluttering up with the usual discussions; just the facts, ma`am, just the facts.
Report ahorsewithnoname November 17, 2019 8:30 PM GMT
Cheers army (and hello), and I forgive you tim

BONUS UPDATE, prices were are bit volatile this morning. Half an hour until launch show...

Current odds:
3.55 - 3.65...........Ian Wright
7.2 - 7.6...............Roman Kemp
7.4 - 7.8...............James Haskell
9 - 9.6................Andrew Whyment
14.5 - 15..............Caitlyn Jenner
15 - 15.5..............Jacqueline Jossa
16.5 - 19..............Kate Garraway
20 - 22...............Andrew Maxwell
22 - 27...............Myles Stephenson
25 - 34...............Nadine Coyle
36 - 42...............Adele Roberts

£111,133 matched, back 102.6%, lay 96%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 18, 2019 8:59 AM GMT
Monday morning, after the launch show

In last night's show:
•The campers were paired up and Roman (wearing pink trousers) + Rak-Su Myles, Ian + Jacqueline & Andrew + Kate had to walk on a plank on top of a building. Roman + Myles won
•Caitlyn (paired up with James) and Nadine (paired with Adele) did a skydive whilst James & Adele did something in a canoe. Nadine + Adele won
•The result of the above was Roman, Myles, Nadine & Adele are in the main camp whilst the other 6 are in the very basic Snake Rock camp
•The viewers voted for two (only those in Snake Rock) to do today's trial - Caitlyn + Kate received the most votes

Current odds:
5.5 - 5.7................Ian Wright     (had drifted as high as 7 shortly after the show finished but has now shortened back some overnight)
5.8 - 6...................Caitlyn Jenner     (shortened to 8s/9s 5 minutes into the show, trading 8 when voted for today's trial at end of show which caused further shortening, 5.6 lowest matched overnight)
7.6 - 8...................Myles Stephenson     (shortened all during the show, 6.2 lowest)
9.4 - 9.8..................Roman Kemp
11 - 12...................Andrew Whyment     (not in the jungle yet, drifted as high as 14 during the show)
12 - 12.5...............Jacqueline Jossa     (drifted as high as 21 during the show before shortening back)
13 - 13.5.............James Haskell     (drifted to 11 by end of show, then further, highest 16.5, shortened back a bit since)
15.5 - 16.5.............Kate Garraway     (had drifted as high as 26 during the show, was 20 before trial announcement at the end causing her to obviously shorten)
24 - 27.................Nadine Coyle
25 - 30.................Andrew Maxwell
46 - 50.................Adele Roberts

£226,021 matched, back 101.5%, lay 96.1%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 19, 2019 7:17 AM GMT
Tuesday morning, after the 2nd show

In last night's show:
•Caitlyn talked about the Kardashians and about her transitioning. She was also having second thoughts about going into the Jungle
•Caitlyn and Kate did their very difficult (& boring) trial (dropping balls from height into a bucket) and only received 2 stars each. The main camp were able to choose one to join them - they chose Kate
•Roman (who snores) talked about his upbringing, parents & George Michael
•Jacqueline & Andrew M did the DDC, winning crisps for the Snake Rock camp
•The main camp did an evening trial, trying to win everyone's luxury items by passing them along using oars. They were useless, only winning Kate & Adele's. Bizarrely, Adele's was a photo of Jane McDonald, someone Roman had never heard of
•There was no public vote for the next trial, instead all 5 realigning in Snake Rock will be participating
•No sign of Andrew Whyment yet and on Sunday it was rumoured Cliff Parisi (Minty, apparently) would be the other late entrant

Current odds:
5.6 - 5.8.................Roman Kemp       (8.4 pre show, 6.2 end of show, 5.7 matched overnight)
5.7 - 6...................Caitlyn Jenner       (new low of 4.7 matched during yesterday, 5 pre show, 6 end of show)
7 - 7.2...................Ian Wright       (5.5 pre show, 6 end of show, drifted more overnight, 7.4 highest)
7.4 - 7.8................Jacqueline Jossa       (13.5 pre show, 8s by end, even shorter overnight, 7.4 lowest)
10 - 10.5.................Myles Stephenson       (quieter show for the camp chef)
10.5 - 11.................Andrew Whyment
16.5 - 17................Kate Garraway       (shortened during yesterday, 11 matched, 13 pre show but then drifted during)
19 - 20.................James Haskell       (13 pre show, all drift during)
19.5 - 22................Nadine Coyle
48 - 55.................Andrew Maxwell
85 - 95.................Adele Roberts

£314,618 matched, back 102.4%, lay 97.5%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 20, 2019 7:52 AM GMT
Wednesday morning, after the 3rd show

In last night's show:
•The (one hour) show started with JaneMcDonaldGate, with Roman still incredulous that Adele's luxury item was a photo of Jane. Adele started to get a bit annoyed/upset with his ribbing but he then apologised
•The 5 in Snake Rock all did a trial with helmets on and each having rats/snakes/cockroaches/scorpions/spiders put in. The 3 guys all won one star with Caitlyn & Jacqueline both winning two stars each. Jacqueline was particularly brave. Andrew made strange noises. All 5 then joined up with the others for a united main camp
•Jacqueline did an impression of a baby crying, Andrew a didgeridoo, Roman of Ant n Dec. Roman & Myles had some quality time with Ian (Roman's idol). Caitlyn had a bonding chat with Adele. Myles again cooked the meal which everyone enjoyed
•The public voted for 2 for an eating trial. Adele & Roman received most votes

Current odds:
5 - 5.2..................Jacqueline Jossa       (shortened during yesterday, 6.4 pre show, drifted to 7s before her trial then shortened to 5, near 6 end of show but has shortened as low as 4.7 overnight)
5.2 - 5.3.................Roman Kemp       (5.5 pre show, briefly shortened to 5 then drifted to near 6, 5.7 before announced for trial, dramatic shortening to 4.7 before correcting a bit overnight)
6.4 - 6.6.................Caitlyn Jenner
8.2 - 8.8..................Ian Wright       (hit 9.2 during yesterday)
11 - 11.5.................Myles Stephenson
11 - 11.5.................Andrew Whyment
17.5 - 20.................James Haskell
26 - 27...................Kate Garraway       (19 pre show, 25 at end, 30 been matched)
27 - 29..................Nadine Coyle     (17.5 pre show, 26 at end)
40 - 65.................Andrew Maxwell     (80 matched yesterday)
110 - 190................Adele Roberts     (90 pre show, 150 just before announced for trial then back to 100)

£395,803 matched, back 102.3%, lay 96.6%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 21, 2019 7:21 AM GMT
Thursday morning, after the 4th show

In last night's show:
•The camp were all getting on fine, enjoying being all together now
•Roman & Adele did their boring eating trial, getting all 10 stars. BUT then, when they went back to the camp, Roman thought it would be amusing to pretend they only got 3 stars. It was so funny and original. I'm still laughing
•Jacqueline & Adele had a chat with Nadine about her Girls Aloud days. Nadine gets along with her former bandmates just fine, any news to the contrary is fake, she said
•Ian was saying to James and Andrew how he was struggling with lack of food. Later, at dinner, Andrew was urging Ian to eat the last bit of spare food, Ian didn't want to and snapped at poor Andrew about it
•Myles and Kate did a boring DDC. Most are boring, but this one raised the bar. They didn't get the question right, would have had chocolate eggs. Ian said he would pay a grand right now for a Cadburys creme egg
•No trials vote, at the end of the show Ant n Dec revealed to the campmates Kirky and Minty are joining them but will be doing a BTT trial first (cowboy/Wild West themed)

Current odds:
3.85 - 3.9...............Roman Kemp       (5.1 pre show, shortened during his eating trial, hit 4, drifted to around 4.4 by end of show but half an hour later had shortened again, lowest 3.8)
5.6 - 5.8................Jacqueline Jossa
8.2 - 8.4.................Andrew Whyment     (9.4 pre show, 8.8 at end but over following half an hour shortened as low as 7)
8.4 - 8.6.................Caitlyn Jenner     (6.4 pre show, drifted during quiet show for her)
12.5 - 13.................Myles Stephenson
16 - 18....................Ian Wright       (I doubt anyone has had such a bad show, 8.2 pre show, 9s then 10s shortly into it, further drift, 16 at end of show having touched 26)
20 - 21...................James Haskell
25 - 27...................Cliff Parisi     (efficiently added at end of show, matched between 26 and 15)
26 - 27..................Nadine Coyle
22 - 28...................Kate Garraway
34 - 38.................Andrew Maxwell
100 - 150................Adele Roberts

£457,581 matched, back 103.5%, lay 98.7%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 22, 2019 8:56 AM GMT
Friday morning, after the 5th show

In last night's show:
•Jacqueline cried about missing her children. Ian consoled her. She also said how much she stinks. Everyone does, apparently
•Ian & Andrew M checked that they are cool with each other after the previous night's spat. They are
•All the women had a group chat about motherhood (and fatherhood)
•Kirky & Minty did the BTT, getting 5 and 3 stars respectively. Kirky loved watching Minty do his trial as he's such a fan of the show. The pair then went to stay at the minimal Jungle Jailhouse
•The main camp could choose to share their evening meal food with the Jungle Jailhouse duo but two of them would then have to stay there. Some were happy to go, others not so. They decided to draw water bottles but Jacqueline & Nadine said they didn't want to go. Andrew M thought this unfair and there was a bit of a barney about it. With these two abstaining, Kate and Andrew M were the unlucky pair and they joined Kirky & Minty
•Nadine was teaching the dance moves to The Promise to Adele, Jaqueline & Caitlyn
•Ian & Nadine did the DDC, winning Wagon Wheels. Well, bits of one.
•The public voted for one of the main camp to do the next trial. Ian & Jacqueline were the two It Might Be Yous with Jaqueline receiving the most votes. Later, off air, she had to choose one of the others to join her and picked Myles

Another day, another new favourite. Pre show, Kirky was 6.4. Two minutes into the show he had shortened to 5.7. As his trial started he drifted to 6.6 then 7s but as it went on and then as he watched Minty do his trial he shortened again and was 6 as the trial finished. He then continued to shorten during the show, at 9:32pm he was 4.8, then quickly 4.5, by 9:43pm he was 3.95 then hit 3.5 before drifting a bit to around 3.8 by end of show. After the show he's traded shorter, lowest matched 3.3

Current odds:
3.5 - 3.55................Andrew Whyment     (see above)
5.3 - 5.6.................Roman Kemp       (3.8 pre show, 5.2 by end)
9.4 - 9.6................Jacqueline Jossa     (6 pre show, 9s near end, having touched 12, before shortening to 7s after being picked for trial. The graph says she later hit 15, don't know why or when)
9.8 - 11...................Caitlyn Jenner     (7.8 pre show)
12 - 14....................Kate Garraway     (22 pre show, 16.5 by end, gone even shorter overnight)
15.5 - 16..................Ian Wright       (shortened all during yesterday, 13 pre show but then drifted again)
18.5 - 21.................Myles Stephenson     (total no show last night)
22 - 24...................James Haskell
34 - 36..................Nadine Coyle
30 - 40...................Cliff Parisi     (24 pre show, same at end having drifted during but then has drifted again overnight)
55 - 65...................Andrew Maxwell
170 - 200................Adele Roberts

£561,530 matched, back 101.7%, lay 95.3%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 23, 2019 7:02 AM GMT
Saturday morning, after the 6th show

In last night's show:
•Jacqueline & Myles did the trial, getting the maximum 6 stars but they are now outlaws and have to go to Jungle Jail. The pair had to choose which camp gets the food, they couldn't decide so did rock/paper/scissors which picked the jail
•The main camp received a letter about them not getting the food. Roman read it out whilst the camera zoomed in on Ian's ever thunderous face. Later, he went on and on about how he doesn't have a problem with this
•The Jungle Jail Six were all getting on well together and having fun. Andrew had a shower then apologised to Jaqueline about the previous day's spat about her refusing to put herself up to go to jail, all whilst he was wearing budgie smugglers
•Myles cooked, as per. Andrew choked on a bit of meat and nearly died, but thankfully for anyone with a green book, he didn't
•James & Caitlyn did the DDC but instead of the usual chance of a treat, they got to choose one of the newbies to leave Jungle Jail and join the main camp. They freed Minty. Kiosk Kev phoned the jail to let them know, Minty answered but doesn't speak Australian so passed the phone to Kate. The main campers weren't exactly overjoyed; would have much preferred some chocolate, they said
•There was no public vote for the next trial, instead all 12 campmates will participate

Current odds:
3.65 - 3.9...............Roman Kemp       (5.7 pre show but as Kirky drifted, Roman, unfathomably, almost single handedly took up the slack, even though he had no screen time either)
3.85 - 4..................Andrew Whyment     (shortened all yesterday morning, 2.68 lowest, 2.8s pre show but drifted during with not much screen time)
8.6 - 9....................Jacqueline Jossa
10.5 - 12..................Caitlyn Jenner
13.5 - 14..................Kate Garraway
18.5 - 22.................James Haskell     (26 pre show but another strange shortener, 17 at end of show)
19.5 - 22..................Cliff Parisi
27 - 38....................Myles Stephenson
29 - 36....................Ian Wright       (20 pre show having drifted during yesterday, mid 20s by end of show but overnight has been matched as high as 42)
40 - 46...................Nadine Coyle     (no show last night)
46 - 48...................Andrew Maxwell
120 - 370................Adele Roberts

£613,057 matched, back 105.1%, lay 96.3%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 24, 2019 7:04 AM GMT
Sunday morning, after the 7th show

In last night's show:
•The trial entailed the Jungle Five in jail whilst the other 7 had to hold various critters in the mouths to release them. After this all 12 then went to the main camp
•The campmates had a secret ballot to pick a camp leader, with last year's red throne dusted down and put in camp. James received most votes. He picked Jacqueline as his deputy and they assigned jobs for everyone
•James & Jacqueline were in their leader hut and Andrew visited them and had a little cry about being so tired. They both consoled him
•Everyone (apart from the two who already had them) received their luxury items
•The public had to vote two for the next trial (Minty was exempt). Ian & Jacqueline received most votes. Jacqueline burst into tears. Oh dear!

Current odds:
3.95 - 4.1................Roman Kemp       (3.8 pre another very quiet show, drifted to mid 4s by end of show but has shortened up again overnight)
5.3 - 5.4..................Andrew Whyment     (suddenly drifted yesterday morning to mid 4s, 4.2 pre show, hardly shown, 4.8 by end of show, higher since)
6.6 - 7.6.................James Haskell     (shortened during yesterday, 14 pre a very good show, 7s by show end)
8.4 - 9.2.................Jacqueline Jossa
12 - 13....................Caitlyn Jenner
15.5 - 17..................Kate Garraway
17 - 19....................Nadine Coyle     (44 pre show, 20 by end)
28 - 38...................Cliff Parisi     (20 pre show, drifted by end, being exempt from trials never good)
32 - 36....................Ian Wright       (40 pre show, hit 55, shortened end of show after getting trial)
36 - 42....................Myles Stephenson     (it all started so well last Sunday)
80 - 130..................Andrew Maxwell
190 - 330................Adele Roberts

£653,722 matched, back 103%, lay 94.6%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 25, 2019 12:20 PM GMT
Monday, after the 8th show

In last night's show:
•Was a lot happening in the 90 minute show and it's safe to say the harmonious days are over. Kate & Adele did a spot of meditation. The Lesser Spotted Kirky awkwardly joined them but later said he didn't think it for him. Nor me Kirk
•We again saw Jacqueline upset and crying having to do the trial but Ian & James gave her a pep talk and she was happier when she set off for it with Ian. They got all 12 stars
•Jacqueline, Adele and Caitlyn were all having a heartfelt chat with each other which then got Caitlyn talking about her transitioning
•Roman & Kate did the DDC. When the camp were asked the question, Andrew got into a right huff about their answer, rowing with James in particular. They won jelly beans, about one each by the looks of it
•Their supper was eel, not very appealing they thought but Myles worked his magic again. Afterwards they found out Andy, Kate, Myles & Nadine will do a special challenge the next day (to be shown tonight) trying to win everyone's care packages whilst the other 8 will do the live trial, trying to win 12 stars, each one allowing a campmate to have a roast dinner today. They had to rank the 12 campmates in order of priority of getting the meals. The men quickly agreed the women should head the list. James insisted on going bottom but the others disagreed then he got into a row with Kate about it all. Then Ian and Andrew had a row, Andrew accusing Ian of shouting at him, when he hadn't. Ian told him to do one. Andrew then apologised, saying it's all to do with tiredness, and they hugged, several times. Oh the drama
•The last half an hour of the show was the live trial. The 8 won 9 stars, meaning Ian, Cliff & Kirky missed out getting the roast dinners. Aah

Current odds:
3.9 - 4.1..................Andrew Whyment     (shortened during yesterday)
4.8 - 5...................Jacqueline Jossa     (7s pre show, shortened all during)
5.4 - 5.5..................Roman Kemp       (drifted during yesterday, 5 pre show)
12.5 - 13..................Caitlyn Jenner
13.5 - 15.5...............James Haskell     (6.8 pre show, 11 at show end, higher since)
18.5 - 19..................Ian Wright       (shortened during yesterday, 25 pre show, 19 by the end)
19 - 20.....................Kate Garraway
19.5 - 21.................Nadine Coyle
30 - 34....................Myles Stephenson
38 - 42....................Cliff Parisi
160 - 290................Andrew Maxwell
210 - 310................Adele Roberts
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£699,126 matched, back 103.3%, lay 98.1%
Report SlippyBlue November 25, 2019 4:23 PM GMT
Thanks for your updates, Jacqueline is nicely positioned methinks and that run on Haskell has gone into reverse big time, I could not believe just how short he traded.
Report ahorsewithnoname November 26, 2019 8:58 AM GMT
Tuesday morning, after the 9th show

In last night's show:
•The campmates woke up. Andy was emotional about missing his family. Andrew gave Ian more hugs after their words the previous day. Andrew likes hugging Ian
•Andy, Kate, Nadine & Myles went off by helicopter to do their various trials. It was all very tedious. They successfully won all 12 campers' care packages. Hooray
•There was some James mini incident regarding not enough beans being cooked
•Roman asked if people would prefer to live without sex or food. Er Roman, if you never eat again you'd die pretty soonish
•Everyone apart from Ian, Cliff & Andy went off for their roast dinner. Caitlyn snuck out some chicken and corn on the cob for Ian which he wolfed down. Ant n Dec hinted there will be repercussions for this
•Everyone received their care package, which seemed to be a letter from F&F plus some food treat
•All 12 were voted by the public for the 5th BTT. Andrew and Jaqueline were the It Might Be Yous with Andrew receiving most votes

Current odds:
4.3 - 4.7..................Jacqueline Jossa
4.5 - 4.6..................Andy Whyment     (shortened during yesterday in anticipation for his big trial but it proved dull, 3.6 pre show having been as low as 3.3ish, 4.2 by end of show)
4.8 - 5.....................Roman Kemp       (5.5 pre show, same at end, shortened overnight)
11.5 - 12...................Caitlyn Jenner
14.5 - 15..................Ian Wright       (18 pre show, 13.5 by end of show)
14.5 - 15.5...............James Haskell
16 - 18.....................Nadine Coyle
24 - 25....................Kate Garraway
34 - 38....................Myles Stephenson
70 - 80....................Cliff Parisi
180 - 250................Andrew Maxwell
260 - 330................Adele Roberts
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£729,280 matched, back 104.5%, lay 98.6%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 27, 2019 7:14 AM GMT
Wednesday morning, after the 10th show

In last night's show:
•James snapped at Andy then gave him a "talking to" about going on about the roast dinner that he missed out on. Also Andy was miffed finding out about the smuggled food, none of which went his way
•Andrew did his trial, in an Aussie accent, and won 10 out of 12 stars. After he got back to camp he felt he deserved a nap rather than help Caitlyn wash up (part of his allocated chores). Ian was most unhappy about this blatant shirking of responsibilities. James helped Caitlyn and scolded his foot in the process. Later Ian had a stern chat with Andrew about this. Not sure who put Ian in charge
•Adele & Cliff did the DDC, well Adele did, Cliff was fecking useless. They won everyone an After Eight mint each, despite Kate hanging up on Kiosk Kev when they were asked the question
•The 10 star evening meal was delivered, BUT had a star removed due to the previous day's food thievery. Andy again spoke about how no one tried to give him any contraband
•The public voted for two to do the next trial (Cliff exempt). Ian & James received the most votes
•At the end of the show another App vote started for a new camp leader (to replace James & deputy Jacqueline who were exempt). At 11pm it was revealed Caitlyn was the choice

Current odds:
4 - 4.3.....................Andy Whyment     (4.2 pre show, shortened to 3.5 soon after show ended only to drift again when not being picked for leader)
4.8 - 5.1..................Jacqueline Jossa     (shortened during yesterday, new low of 3.8 matched, 4 pre show, drifted on no air time, 4.5 end of show then to 5)
5 - 5.2.....................Roman Kemp       (5.6 pre show, 5 by end)
6.6 - 7......................Caitlyn Jenner     (9.8 pre show, similar by end, immediately shortened to 6s upon leader news at 11pm)
17 - 18.5...................Ian Wright       (18.5 pre show, 12.5 at show end, drift since)
23 - 26.....................Nadine Coyle     (not sure she was there watching the show)
28 - 34.....................Kate Garraway
29 - 36.....................Myles Stephenson
32 - 42....................James Haskell
130 - 170..................Cliff Parisi
110 - 140..................Andrew Maxwell
220 - 310................Adele Roberts
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£767,857 matched, back 103.5%, lay 95.4%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 28, 2019 7:49 AM GMT
Thursday morning, after the 11th show

In last night's show:
•Bully Ian Wright Wright Wright danced, Andy joined in, people laughed. Kate was discombobulated. Roman, Myles & Andy pee in the shower
•James & bully Ian went off for their trial. They called themselves Team Raskell. They were pumped up, confident to do well. Myles said they would 100% get all 12 stars. They got 6 stars. bully Ian was seething, threw his helmet to the ground
•The campers were told Caitlyn won the new Camp Leader vote and Andy was second so made deputy. They assigned everyone new roles without any drama
•Eating lunch, bully Ian kept snapping at Andrew over tasting the beans, then having seconds. An upset Andrew went off to be alone. James found him to check he was OK
•Andy & Nadine did the even more tedious DDC than usual, which takes some going. They won everyone half a (cold? - yuk) crumpet with butter each
•Over the next couple of days, the camp is cursed and everyone, in groups of 4 (I think), have to do a series of trials called The Reckonings, in order to win food, and maybe immunity for some from the first elimination. . The public voted for the first four (Cliff again except) which were Roman, Jacqueline, Nadine & bully Ian


Current odds:
2.74 - 2.78...............Andy Whyment     (shortened during yesterday, 3.6 pre show, but new low of 2.66 matched on deputy news then around end of show 2.58 was matched)
5.2 - 5.4...................Roman Kemp       (drifted during the show, 6s near end but shortened back again on news he was one of the first 4 voted for The Reckonings)
6.8 - 7.4....................Caitlyn Jenner     (5.4 pre show, hit 5 on camp leader reveal (even thought it was already known), but had drifted back to 6s by end of show)
7 - 7.4......................Jacqueline Jossa     (5.6 pre show, 6s by end of show)
18 - 19.5..................Nadine Coyle     (25 pre show, 29 at show end but have shortened overnight)
26 - 29.....................Ian Wright       (19 pre show, drifted to around 30 by show end)
40 - 46.....................Kate Garraway
40 - 44.....................Myles Stephenson
42 - 48....................James Haskell     (55 matched during the show)
130 - 190..................Andrew Maxwell
220 - 490..................Cliff Parisi
240 - 360.................Adele Roberts

£813,777 matched, back 103.6%, lay 97.6%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 29, 2019 7:13 AM GMT
Friday morning, after the 12th show  -  1st Elimination tonight

In last night's show:
•Caitlyn had trouble sleeping in the hut due to Andy's horrendous snoring, but she didn't complain, took it very well
•Caitlyn wondered if the Queen watched the show. She then talked about the Kardashians show then about coming out to her children
•We have two days of The Reckoning. We saw the 1st BTT with Ian, Nadine, Jaqueline & Roman. Roman then Nadine won so were uncursed. Ian was useless; who'd have thought he would be bad at BTT?
•Roman lead a Would You Rather conversation. The he talked about giving a lovely Christmas present to his Dad and how great they get on
•The 2nd BTT had Andy, Andrew, Kate & Caitlyn. Andy (smashed it) then Andrew won and were now uncursed
•Adele was having a chat with Jacqueline and Nadine about their past and present boyfriends
•The 3rd BTT had Adele, Cliff, James & Myles. Myles and Adele won and were uncursed
•The six uncursed eat a good meal at The Grand Hall. The other six eat rice and beans with Ian moaning
•First elimination tonight (as is the norm) with uncursed campers immune, however, there's another day of Reckonings today where a cursed person can still become uncursed and an uncursed person might lose their status

Current odds:
2.08 - 2.1.................Andy Whyment     (2.6 pre show, shortened all during, 2.36 15 minutes into show, 2.24 35 minutes later, 2.1 by 22:10pm, evens matched by end of show)
5.2 - 5.4...................Roman Kemp     (refuses to drift no matter how short Andy goes)
7.8 - 8......................Caitlyn Jenner
10.5 - 11...................Jacqueline Jossa     (6.2 pre show, 9.8 by end then higher, 13 been matched)
18.5 - 19.5................Nadine Coyle     (24 pre show, similar by end but shortened since)
50 - 55.....................Kate Garraway
50 - 65.....................Ian Wright
65 - 85.....................Myles Stephenson
85 - 120...................James Haskell
150 - 260..................Andrew Maxwell
210 - 390.................Adele Roberts
300 - 790..................Cliff Parisi

£863,670 matched, back 103.2%, lay 99%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 30, 2019 8:02 AM GMT
FIRST ELIMINATION - ADELE ROBERTS

Ian, James & Myles were exempt. The front three in the market to go were:
Cliff, lowest matched 1.62, LPM 2.1
Andrew, lowest 2.26, LPM 3.3
Adele, lowest 2.26, highest 30, LPM 6.2. The 30 was matched during the show when she was uncused but then there was one further trial
Nadine was the other "it might be you"
The voting was opened at 9:49pm and closed 9:58pm. There was drama as the vote was to save, as always, but the App said to Vote Off. As Ant n Dec went to announce who was eliminated, there said only phone votes counted; app votes were cancelled. We will never know if this changed the result


Saturday morning, after the 13th show

In last night's show:
•Everyone woke up in good spirits. Roman was singing Ed Sheeran songs then announced he has been to a party at Justin Bieber's house and has his phone number
•The Reckoning trials continued, Cliff was ill so didn't participate. In pairs everyone had to drink a glass of something disgusting and the six who drank the quickest were uncursed and the six losers cursed. The six uncursed then had to do another trial, in a bath of red water, and the three winners of that, Ian, James & Myles, were immune from the first elimination
•Nadine, Jacqueline & Caitlyn had a chat about fake stories they've experienced
•In the evening everyone sat around and spoke about what they will miss about their shared experience, how much they've bonded and love each other. They have been together for a couple of weeks you know
•Adele was eliminated (she was alright, this was a bit unfair). She said she wanted Nadine to win

Current odds:
2.3 - 2.34.................Andy Whyment     (matched at a new low of 1.92 during yesterday, 2.06 pre show, similar at suspension, opened higher)
4 - 4.2......................Roman Kemp     (4.5 pre show, 4 at suspension, seemingly name dropping shortens his price)
9.8 - 11....................Jacqueline Jossa
12 - 12.5...................Caitlyn Jenner
24 - 26.....................Nadine Coyle     (18.5 pre show, 20 at suspension, opened higher after the "it might be you")
34 - 40.....................Ian Wright     (40s-50s pre show, shorter now after not bullying anyone last night)
55 - 70.....................Kate Garraway
55 - 75.....................Myles Stephenson
65 - 90....................James Haskell
240 - 580.................Andrew Maxwell
340 - 820.................Cliff Parisi

£903,401 matched, back 100.1%, lay 94.6%
Report ahorsewithnoname December 1, 2019 7:05 AM GMT
Sunday morning, after the 14th show - 2nd elimination tonight

In last night's show:
•For the first time the campers themselves could choose who did the day's BTT. Cliff said he wanted to. James said they should pick randomly. Nadine & Jacqueline said they didn't want to do it. There then ensued a lot of bickering and disagreement by James about how they should decide. He got in a right strop. Cliff & Myles did the trial, getting 8 out of 11 stars
•The campers talked about haircuts and tipping for that and in restaurants. Andy pays £6 or £6.50 for his haircut (bit cheaper up north than it is in the south) and tips a couple of quid. Good lad
•Jacqueline & Roman did the DDC. When the campers were asked the question, it again kicked off due to James, he just wanted a show of hands but Kate wanted a little bit of discussion first which James thought totally unnecessary. They got the question right and received an ice pop each. What a rubbish treat
•The public had their last BTT vote. James & Ian were the "it might be yous" with Ian receiving the most votes
•The 2nd elimination vote opened at the end of the show

Current odds:
2.12 - 2.16................Andy Whyment     ()
3.7 - 3.75..................Roman Kemp     ()
11.5 - 12....................Caitlyn Jenner
11.5 - 13...................Jacqueline Jossa
34 - 38.....................Nadine Coyle
44 - 48.....................Kate Garraway
46 - 60.....................Myles Stephenson
50 - 65.....................Ian Wright
120 - 180..................James Haskell
180 - 380.................Cliff Parisi
400 - 500.................Andrew Maxwell

£932,613 matched, back 102.7%, lay 97.9%
Report ahorsewithnoname December 2, 2019 7:02 AM GMT
SECOND ELIMINATION - ANDREW MAXWELL

Pre show, Andrew was 2.4 - 2.7, Cliff 3.15 - 3.65, James 3.55 - 5.5
Andrew shortened all during the show. He was matched between 4.4 & 1.8 plus £4 at 1.71, £29 at 1.7 & £75 at 1.5. LPM was 1.7. There was £498 trying to back at 1.79 at suspension
Cliff was matched between 4.5 & 1.65 with LPM 4.3
James had been matched down to 2.6 with LPM 7.8
Kate was the other "it might be you"
The voting closed at 9:35pm. £11,724 total matched. Andrew wants "natural leader" James to win



Monday morning, after the 15th show - 3rd elimination tonight

In last night's show:
•Ian was very grumpy about having to do the trial. He got 7 of 11 stars and was seething afterwards. He punched a wall. He was still moaning about it for ages back in the camp
•Roman likes quizzing the others over various subjects. Screen time anyone? Last night's topic of conversation was how long should you wait until saying I Love You to someone. Surprised he has time to ask his campmates anything, the amount of time he spends in the Bush Telegraph
•The was a thunderstorm and very heavy rain. Andrew had an enormous leech on his leg
•At dinner, hungry James was gnawing everyone's left over bones. Better not take him to a plush restaurant
•Lines opened at end of show for 3rd elimination. Cliff trading around evens

Current odds:
2.28 - 2.34...............Andy Whyment
2.98 - 3.15................Roman Kemp     (shortened all yesterday, 3.4 pre show, same at suspension but then opened lower, 2.84 lowest matched)
12.5 - 14...................Jacqueline Jossa
13 - 14......................Caitlyn Jenner
38 - 50.....................Nadine Coyle
44 - 50.....................Myles Stephenson
60 - 65.....................Kate Garraway
65 - 70.....................Ian Wright
120 - 140..................James Haskell
180 - 460.................Cliff Parisi

£955,073 matched, back 102.8%, lay 97.5%
Report ahorsewithnoname December 3, 2019 7:06 AM GMT
THIRD ELIMINATION - CLIFF PARISI

Cliff has shortened as yesterday went on and was 1.6s pre show. James, around 6 pre show, was the only other camper below 10
Cliff was matched between 2.12 & 1.31 with LPM 1.5
James was matched between 12 & 3.05 + £26 at 2.5 & £10 at 1.93. LPM 3.05. He had drifted to those higher during the show before plummeting to the lows near to suspension
Caitlyn was the other "it might be you"
The voting closed at 9:55pm. £8,868 total matched. Cliff wants Kate to win. Or Roman. or Andy



Tuesday morning, after the 16th show - 4th elimination tonight

In last night's show:
•Smiley Myles-sy and Kate were flirting. Myles has slept with a woman (or women) older than Kate, he casually revealed. For some reason, this nugget of info shortened his price
•They picked Nadine's water bottle out of the bag to decide who was doing the BTT. James had ordered that the people who had recently done a trial were exempt. Nadine got all 10 stars. How do you like them apples Ian?
•Jacqueline revealed she fancies Ant whilst Nadine wants Dec
•Roman's topic of the day was what alternative jobs would everyone like. He wants to be an astronaut. How old is he - 7?
•Andy & Caitlyn did the DDC but the camp got the question wrong
•Everyone voted for a new camp leader which was Kate, with Ian her deputy. They assigned new jobs for everyone. Later, as a treat for everyone doing their chores, they all received a chocolate brownie. Bloody spoilt privileged celebrities
•They discussed who had had the biggest impact on their lives. An emotional Ian got all teary talking about a school teacher mentor
•Lines opened at end of show for 4th elimination. James trading odds on

Current odds:
2.52 - 2.58...............Andy Whyment     (clinging on to favouritism -  just. 2.44 pre show, traded higher last night)
2.7 - 2.8...................Roman Kemp     (2.92 pre show, 2.8s at suspension but opened lower for the second evening running, briefly went fav, lowest matched 2.58)
12.5 - 14.5.................Nadine Coyle     (26 pre show, 16 at suspension, trader lower when market back, down to 11)
13.5 - 14...................Jacqueline Jossa
18 - 19.5....................Caitlyn Jenner     (drifted during the show, 17 at suspension, opened higher, 20s matched, shortened back a bit overnight)
46 - 55.....................Myles Stephenson     (shortened to around 20 during the show before shooting back out)
50 - 60.....................Kate Garraway
85 - 90.....................Ian Wright
130 - 280.................James Haskell

£992,445 matched, back 104.2%, lay 98.6%
Report armagnac December 3, 2019 7:50 PM GMT
Roman's topic of the day was what alternative jobs would everyone like. He wants to be an astronaut. How old is he - 7?

Absolute Cracker Jack, line of the year horse LaughLaugh
Report ahorsewithnoname December 4, 2019 9:34 AM GMT
FOURTH ELIMINATION - JAMES HASKELL

1.7k was matched on James at 1.59 soon after the market was loaded. By 6pm he had been matched as low as 1.35. As the show was about to start he was trading 1.5s, Myles was 10 to back. As the show went on though James drifted and Myles price crashed in
James was matched between 2.2 & 1.35 with LPM 1.83
Myles was matched between 18 & 2.4 with LPM 4.2
Ian's lowest matched was 5 with LPM 12.5
Ian was the other "it might be you"
The voting closed at 9:56pm. £12.944 total matched. James wants Jacqueline to win



Wednesday morning, after the 17th show - 5th elimination tonight

In last night's show:
•Myles revealed he hasn't had a shower for 4 days. His fellow campers were, rightly so, appalled
•Jacqueline, Kate & Andy were chosen at random for the BTT. They obtained all 9 stars
•Roman, James, Myles & Ian invented then played Faceball which then turned into Nutball
•Ian & James did the DDC but the question about if people liked Christmas (or something like that) was answered incorrectly. The campmates were surprised they got it wrong, particularly an annoyed Andy
•They had Octopus for dinner. Caitlyn wasn't impressed, nor was Andy. Doing the washing up, Roman had a little moan to Nadine that Caitlyn is lacking with her Please and Thank Yous.
•A Pantomime show was put on with everyone winning a visit to the Jungle Arms for French fries, snacks and a drink. Karaoke ensued - Andy sang, then Jacqueline & Kate did a Girls Aloud song then Roman sang Gold, even though he didn't know the words
•Lines opened at end of show for 5th elimination. Myles & Ian trading in the 2s

Current odds:
1.75 - 1.76...............Andy Whyment     (had shortened during yesterday, 2.26 pre show, 2.08 its suspension but then opened lower, around 1.9 then lower matched overnight - 1.7)
4.5 - 4.8...................Roman Kemp     (drifted during yesterday, 3.4 pre show, 3.7 at suspension then 4s when market reopened and upon Andy's shortening)
9.6 - 10....................Nadine Coyle
13 - 15....................Jacqueline Jossa
50 - 60....................Caitlyn Jenner     (21 pre show, 23 at suspension but then non stop drifting)
60 - 95....................Kate Garraway
100 - 120.................Myles Stephenson
100 - 140.................Ian Wright

£1,044,403 matched, back 103.7%, lay 98.7%
Report ahorsewithnoname December 5, 2019 9:54 AM GMT
FIFTH ELIMINATION - IAN WRIGHT

When the market was loaded both Ian & Myles were trading around 2.3. We soon learnt who was going though. Ian started to shorten considerable just after Noon as the insiders got to work. 1.88 was matched around 2pm, 1.5 to lay near 5pm, lots trying to back, 1.3 been matched by 6:20pm. 4 minutes before the show Ian was trading 1.3 - 1.42, Myles 5.6 - 7.6, 14 bar
Ian was matched between 2.5 & 1.2 with LPM 1.33
Myles was matched between 7.6 & 2.3 with LPM 3.85 (6s just before £2 matched at that 3.85)
Caitlyn was the other "it might be you"
The voting closed at 9:58pm. £9.392 total matched. Ian wants Jacqueline to win



Thursday morning, after the 18th show - 6th elimination tonight

In last night's show:
•Everyone in camp was upset James was eliminated. Jacqueline had a little cry. Roman had a cry. The elimination layers had a cry
•Roman & Caitlyn did the BTT, winning all 8 stars
•Caitlyn talked to Kate & Jacqueline about OJ Simpson
•Stinky Myles & Nadine did the DDC; question was answered incorrectly again
•Roman's "topic of the day" was what was everyone's weird phobia
•After dinner Roman & Kate participated in a Jungle Radio trial and earned everyone a full English breaky the next morning., Lovely bubbly
•Lines opened at end of show for 6th elimination. Myles already been matched at 1.3 & 1.35, for hundreds

Current odds:
1.5 - 1.54.................Andy Whyment     (shortened during yesterday, 1.6 getting matched around 2pm, 1.65 pre show, 1.5s getting matched soon into the show, 1.4s at suspension, 1.44 lowest)
6.8 - 7.2...................Roman Kemp     (high 5s pre show drifting to 7 by suspension)
10 - 10.5...................Nadine Coyle     (dramatic shortening yesterday evening, from 10 to low of 7 around 8pm, 8 pre show, 10 at suspension
12.5 - 13.5................Jacqueline Jossa
55 - 60.....................Kate Garraway
120 - 180..................Caitlyn Jenner
200 - 290.................Myles Stephenson

£1,106,140 matched, back 101.8%, lay 98.6%
Report ahorsewithnoname December 6, 2019 6:11 AM GMT
SIXTH ELIMINATION - MYLES STEPHENSON

Always odds on, already trading 1.3s by 10am yesterday. Someone was very confident!
Myles was matched between 1.65 (when the market was first loaded) & 1.15 with LPM 1.28
Caitlyn was the only other person to trade below 10 really with LPM 6.2
Caitlyn was again the other "it might be you"
The voting closed at 9:58pm. £9,367 total matched. Myles wants them all to win, then said a woman to win



Friday morning, after the 19th show - 7th & 8th eliminations tonight

In last night's show:
•They all enjoyed a fry up, Ian was eliminated but in stark contrast to James' departure, there were no tears from his campmates
•Kate was randomly picked to do the day's BTT. She cried as didn't really want to do it. She obtained 5 stars out of 7 - her tongue let her down. She cried again afterwards
•Andy & Jacqueline did the Jumanji themed DDC, including video messages from The Rock & Kevin Hart! The camp got the question right and everyone enjoyed a biscuit
•They all took turns using a grabber machine to win someone elses "letter from home". All were obtained, the grabber machine was a bit more generous than the real ones at a seaside
•Kate's leadership was over with an end to everyone having designated chores. Myles and everyone were over the moon he could cook again. Alas, he only got to do one more day
•Everyone's letter was read out to tears and emotions running amock
•Lines opened at end of show for 7th & 8th eliminations tonight

Current odds:
1.41 - 1.43.................Andy Whyment     (1.4 had been matched during yesterday, 1.43 pre show, 1.46 at suspension, opened lower with 5.6k matched at 1.36)
7.2 - 7.4....................Jacqueline Jossa     (around 13 pre show, 9s at suspension, 8s when market back then gone even shorter)
10.5 - 14...................Roman Kemp     (8.4 pre show, high 8s end of show, drifted since)
22 - 29.....................Nadine Coyle     (around 14 pre show, didn't feature at all, 19 at suspension, higher since)
36 - 38.....................Kate Garraway     (42 - 55 pre show, shortened during her trial with low 20s briefly getting matched)
150 - 280..................Caitlyn Jenner

£1,145,428 matched, back 103%, lay 97%
Report ahorsewithnoname December 7, 2019 6:12 AM GMT
SEVENTH ELIMINATION - CAITLYN JENNER
EIGHTH ELIMINATION - NADINE COYLE


Betfair had fun and games with the elimination market. The market loaded Thursday evening had incorrect rules. Took them until late Friday afternoon (and with over 10k matched) before they void the market and loaded another one - which 2 would be eliminated. Caitlyn was always very likely to go and traded accordingly, but at first the market didn't know if Nadine or Kate would be the other but then Nadine quickly went odds on
Caitlyn was matched between 1.28 (+£10 at 1.37) & 1.07 with LPM 1.15
Nadine was matched between 3.5 & 1.32 with LPM that 1.32
Kate was matched between 4.4 & 2.58 with LPM 3.5
The voting closed at 9:48pm. £6,544 total matched. Caitlyn wanted Roman to win, Nadine wanted Kate. Caitlyn's LPM in the Outright was 110, Nadine's 44



Saturday morning, after the 20th show - 9th elimination tonight, final tomorrow night

In last night's show:
•We saw Myles eliminated, everyone was sad and going to miss him, Jacqueline had a cry then Nadine did
•The campmates decided Andy & Roman should do the BTT. They obtained 4 out of 6 stars plus a cocktail for everyone that evening. They also showed they are both as thick as ****
•Back in camp Roman's topic of the day was which celebrity would you like to swap bodies with for 24 hours
•Jacqueline & Nadine did the DDC, question was answered correctly and they each received, for once, a generously sized chocolate cup cake each! Roman was so enjoying his he eat the wrapper too
•Dinner was Kangaroo tail. Lucky them. Afterwards they each enjoyed their cocktails though
•Lines opened at end of show for 9th elimination tonight. Immediately £1,260 was matched on Kate at 1.12. Wow
•Caitlyn didn't have anyone to greet her on the bridge Sad

Current odds:
1.38 - 1.39................Andy Whyment     (1.35 matched during yesterday but around 1.4 pre show, 1.43 LPM at suspension)
5.9 - 6......................Jacqueline Jossa     (6.6 pre show, same price at suspension)
13 - 13.5...................Roman Kemp     (13 pre show, 10.5 LPM at suspension)
34 - 42.....................Kate Garraway     (mid 20s pre show, matched low 20s during the show, 28 LPM at suspension but higher after market reopened)

£1,199,697 matched, back 100.9%, lay 98.4%
Report Capt__F December 8, 2019 12:30 AM GMT
•Lines opened at end of show for 9th elimination tonight. Immediately £1,260 was matched on Kate at 1.12. Wow

they knew
Report ahorsewithnoname December 8, 2019 7:15 AM GMT
NINTH ELIMINATION - KATE GARRAWAY

Kate was trading low 1.2s pre show. She was matched between 1.4 & 1.11 with LPM that 1.11. That's all there is to say really
Voting closed at 9:58pm (show started 9:20pm), £9,792 total matched of which £9,281 was matched on the game and likeable Kate. She wanted Jacqueline to win, when pushed. Her LPM in the Outright was 36



Sunday morning, after the 21st show - FINAL TONIGHT

In last night's show:
•Roman f@rted
•The traditional Celebrity Cyclone took place, it was thrilling and hilarious, well Ant & Dec thought so. They successfully completed the trial in the nick of time, just a couple of seconds to spare, that was lucky, eh?
•When getting back to camp, they had to find 4 keys to unlock some ice creams. They also completed this just in time and erotically enjoyed eating them
•The highlight of the episode was a big lizard came into camp, rummaged in the bin and eat a big chunk of kangaroo tail leftovers with Roman giving Ant & Dec then Sir David Attenborough commentaries
•After dinner the 4 campmates reminisced about their time in camp and their best and worst moments. Emotional
•Lines opened at end of show for the Vote To Win (5 votes via the app). The voting will be frozen tonight for the 3rd place finisher

Current odds:
1.3 - 1.34..................Andy Whyment     (new low of 1.32 matched during yesterday, 1.36 pre show, LPM at suspension 1.35, 1.29 matched when market reopened, 1.28 lowest so far)
5.9 - 6.....................Jacqueline Jossa     (5.7 pre show, LPM at suspension 5.7, low 6s when market reopened)
15 - 32.....................Roman Kemp     (around 15 pre show, , LPM at suspension 14.5)

£1,243,150 matched
Report loui December 8, 2019 10:17 AM GMT
Can't remember another year where every single favourite came in, in the eliminations. Been a proper yawn in that dept
Report keynes December 8, 2019 5:29 PM GMT
The question at this point is why the betting is clearly bent. Is someone manipulating the vote (doing multiple calls etc) are the production team leaking info? Theres no way the market could be this right, given the departure order was far from obvious
Report know all December 8, 2019 7:12 PM GMT
The question at this point is why the betting is clearly bent
im a veteran of the old days betting specials did very well but then noticed some strange results and stopped did some research and i believe were teams manipulating the phone votes with sophisticated phone software for multi voting.
Interesting with the new app free votes its stopped the surprise results from the old phone manipulation but you now have insiders on the apps and calling the market right so until these old phone teams catch up with new app voting manipulation software then its free money but just like in the early easy days it can and will change to surprises again once they crack the app software
Report Angela Rebecchi December 8, 2019 10:37 PM GMT
1.12            £200
1.13            £9,541
1.14            £7,587
1.15            £7,601
1.16            £6,855
1.17            £3,049
1.18            £6,604
1.19            £12,802
1.2            £23,112
1.21            £3,389
1.22            £9,540
1.23            £5,064
1.24            £2,521
1.25            £7,282
1.26            £3,133
1.27            £14,292
1.28            £22,468
1.29            £16,203
1.3            £13,332
Report scampi December 8, 2019 10:48 PM GMT
Thanks for great work you've done throughout the series Horse.
Report Scamp the man December 8, 2019 10:57 PM GMT
yeah thanks ...great work
Report ahorsewithnoname December 9, 2019 7:30 AM GMT
Thanks scampi & Scamp  /  Angela - I've got this...


Winner, and QUEEN of the Jungle - Jacqueline Jossa
Second - Andy Whyment
Third - Roman Kemp

Andy's price steadily shortened during yesterday and this continued during the show, until a late and marked drift
The final show ran from 9 - 10:35pm
At 9pm Andy was 1.27 (lowest matched during the day 1.26), Jacqueline 6.2, Roman 17, £1,308,357 matched
The lines froze at 9:44pm with last prices matched Andy 1.22 (1.18 lowest matched), Jacqueline 7.2, Roman 22. £1,360,798 had been matched. Roman was announced finishing third
The lines reopened at 9:55pm (with 5 more free app votes) and closed at 10:24pm with last prices matched Andy 1.31, Jacqueline 4.6. Final total matched £1,446,643
After the vote freeze, Andy plunged further in price and was matched as low as 1.12 before then drifting back out late on
They said after lines closed there had been over 11 million votes (remember everyone has 5 free votes on each device though) and that the result was incredibly close

During the show:
•Jacqueline did the first trial, tied to the ground for 10 minutes with loads of critters poured on her
•Andy had the second trial, eating a range of gruesome things
•Roman had the last trial, put in an underground chamber with loads of snakes
•The three later enjoyed their final meals of choice


Third Place Finisher
Roman was always odds on to finish third, trading 1.3s pre show before going ever shorter. He was matched between 1.44 (+£10 at 1.51) and 1.16 with LPM that 1.16. £3,149 matched. In his interview he said he wanted Jacqueline to win



Money matched:

Lowest and highest matched for Jacqueline Jossa   (lows matched on day 10, highs matched during the launch show)
3.75   £4
3.80   £112
3.85   £215
3.90   £72
3.95   £365
4.00   £1,298
4.10   £1,032
4.20   £708
4.30   £528
4.40   £561
4.50   £2,008
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17.0   £203
17.5   £55
18.0   £197
18.5   £55
19.0   £111
19.5   £29
20.0   £322
21.0   £77
22.0   £4

Lowest and highest matched for Andy Whyment   (lows matched during the final, highs matched pre launch show when he wasn't included in the initial 10 campmates)
1.12      £200
1.13     £9,541
1.14     £7,587
1.15      £7,601
1.16     £6,855
1.17      £3,049
1.18     £6,604
1.19           £12,802
1.20        £23,112
----------------------------
13.0     £800
13.5     £434
14.0     £297
14.5            £62
15.0     £213
15.5            £32
16.0     £50
16.5     £10
17.0            £52
19.5     £3
20.0    £60
21.0           £3

Lowest matched on Roman Kemp   (lows matched on day 16)
2.58    £27
2.60    £676
2.62    £773
2.64    £1,044
2.66    £556
2.68    £325
2.70     £413
2.72            £85
2.74     £133
2.76     £249
2.78            £156
2.80    £281

Lowest matched on Kate Garraway   (lows matched on day 2)
11.0        £50
11.5      £455
12.0     £894
12.5            £1,371
13.0            £2,546
13.5     £1,543
14.0            £2,034
14.5     £1,567
15.0     £2,351

Lowest matched on Nadine Coyle   (lows matched on day 18)
7.0    £449
7.2    £78
7.4    £138
7.6    £1,154
7.8    £150
8.0    £548
8.2    £96
8.4    £500
8.6    £246
8.8    £503
9.0    £192

Lowest matched on Caitlyn Jenner   (lows matched on day 2)
4.7    £291
4.8    £338
4.9    £565
5.0    £2,132
5.1    £2,082
5.2    £2,474
5.3    £3,786
5.4    £4,412
5.5    £6,255

Lowest matched on Myles Stephenson   (lows matched during the launch show)
5.9    £5
6.2    £201
6.4    £538
6.6    £480
6.8    £541
7.0    £518
7.2    £244
7.4    £1,069
7.6    £1,123

Lowest matched on Ian Wright   (lows matched pre launch show)
3.40    £172
3.45    £114
3.50    £571
3.55    £7,825
3.60    £12,278
3.65    £11,541
3.70     £10,419
3.75     £7,048
3.80    £5,680

Lowest matched on James Haskell   (lows matched morning of the launch show)
5.0    £767
5.1    £23
5.2    £86
5.3    £220
5.5    £5
5.6    £1
5.9    £20
6.0    £595
6.2    £1,062
6.4    £1,167
6.6    £2,499
6.8    £2,430
7.0    £2,449

Lowest matched on Cliff Parisi   (lows matched on day 4 when newly added to the market)
14.5    £7
15.0    £66
15.5    £10
16.0    £139
16.5    £12
17.0    £167
17.5    £47
18.0    £577
18.5    £200
19.0    £351

Lowest matched on Andrew Maxwell   (lows matched pre launch show)
9.00  £44
10.0     £33
10.5 £32
11.0    £2
11.5    £10
12.0    £97
12.5    £10
13.0    £20
13.5    £33
14.0    £114
14.5    £381
15.0    £240

Lowest matched on Adele Roberts   (lows matched pre launch show)
8    £16
15    £20
20    £50
22    £10
30    £15
32    £21
34    £98
36    £129
38    £109
40    £317
Report armagnac December 9, 2019 8:39 AM GMT
horse is the star of the series not that fecking fake bint
Report bearcub December 9, 2019 8:43 AM GMT
Thanks for all the updates Horse. Love

These really are invaluable to the forum  Cool
Report Junction25 December 9, 2019 6:39 PM GMT
Thanks Horse for all your time and effort much appreciated!!
Report ahorsewithnoname December 18, 2019 8:35 AM GMT
Many thanks army, bear & Junction

Normally I would have summarised here the It Might Be Yous results, but very strangely, unfathomably you might say, ITV haven't released the voting results, well apart from the final, when as far as I can remember they have always done this in the past. When we were keen to see them more than ever this year due to the price movements during this series, this is most disappointing.

In my haste to do the finale write up, my summary of the show was very brief so here is now a better summary...

Jacqueline did the first trial, being tied down in a giant star for 10 minutes. Fish guts were put in there with her then tens of thousands of mealworms poured over her, then 10,000 crickets, 15 scorpions, 6 giant cockroaches, green ants, 15,000 normal sized cockroaches then finally 50 huntsman spiders were poured over her head plus she had to hold one in her mouth for the final minute. She successfully completed the task and at times was petrified

Andy had the second trial. He had to eat a (dead) Witchetty grub, a chunk of a camels hoof (where he gagged loads), a scorpion, a pigs testicle (more gagging, heaving, even uncontrollably spat a bit out) and finally a crocodile's anus

Roman had the third and final trial, spending 10 minutes in an underground chamber, the "panic pit", his worst nightmare, apparently. 56 various snakes joined him, and the last 4 minutes he was in pitch darkness

9:44pm -  vote freeze followed by a look back over the whole series
9:50pm -  Roman announced third
9:55pm -  Vote reopened with 5 more free votes on the app. Roman interviewed, saying it was the greatest experience of his life and when asked said he would love Jacqueline to win
After Roman's interview it was back to highlights, seeing the 3 finalists all enjoy their previous evening's luxury three course meal
10:12pm - Andy and Jacqueline interview by Ant & Dec, Andy first, he was very emotional, then at 10:18pm Jacqueline interviewed, also very emotional
10:24pm - Lines closed. They said since the previous night there had been over 11 million votes (same as previous year) and that the voting had been incredibly close
Report ahorsewithnoname November 13, 2020 7:26 AM GMT
I'm A Celeb       Series 20       November 2020


Friday morning, 2 days before the launch show on Sunday evening
The celebrities were officially announced by ITV last Sunday, having mostly been leaked by the press beforehand
It's going to be quite different this year, taking place in a castle in Wales

Current odds:
5.2 - 5.4................Shane Richie     (mostly traded between 6 & 4.5)
5.8 - 5.9................Jordan North     (7.2 & 5)
6.2 - 6.4................Giovanna Fletcher     (6.6 & 5)
7.2 - 7.4.................Mo Farah     (10 & 5)
9 - 9.6...................Vernon Kay     (10.5 & 5.9)
13.5 - 14................AJ Pritchard     (16 & 12)
17.5 - 18................Jessica Plummer     (17.5 & 13)
29 - 34..................Hollie Arnold     (30 & 22)
34 - 40..................Beverly Callard     (46 & 29)
46 - 50..................Victoria Derbyshire     (65 & 34)

£33,126 matched. Back 99.3%, lay 95.2%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 16, 2020 9:54 AM GMT
Monday morning, after the first show

In last night's show, working in pairs half of them abseiled down a cliff to retrieve their bags. After settling into the castle everybody did a trail. The viewers, via the App, voted Shane & Jordan to do the next trial

Current prices:
3.6 - 3.75..............Shane Richie     (5.2 pre show, shortened during, 3.9 to 3.6 after getting trial, 3.5 lowest matched)
6.6 - 7.4................Jordan North     (5.8 pre show, 4.7 lowest matched during, 5.6 to 5.1 end of show after getting trial, sudden drift just now)
6.8 - 7.2.................Vernon Kay     (9 pre show, shortened during, 5.2 lowest, 7 at show end)
8.6 - 9.2................Giovanna Fletcher     (mid 5s pre show, drifted during, 10.5 highest)
10.5 - 12................Mo Farah     (7.4 pre show, drifted during, 15.5 matched, 10 at end of show)
14 - 15..................Jessica Plummer     (16 pre show, shortened during, 7 matched, around 10 at end of show)
20 - 22...................AJ Pritchard     (14 pre show, drifted during, up to 27)
30 - 34..................Beverly Callard     (drifted during show as high as 75 before shortening back)
46 - 50..................Victoria Derbyshire     (80 matched during show before shortening back)
70 - 90..................Hollie Arnold     (38 pre show, drifted during when hardly shown, 95 highest)

£66,136 matched as show started, 148,955 matched now. Back 97.9%, lay 90.5%
Report Capt__F November 16, 2020 10:40 PM GMT
Superb Info Horse I backed Hollie at 20 Sad
Report ahorsewithnoname November 17, 2020 7:33 AM GMT
Cheers Captain

Tuesday morning, after the second show

In last night's show:
•Mo fell out of his hammock whilst sleeping, waking Shane
•Vernon & Jordan showered each other. This was very much the start of The Jordan Show
•All the celebs did some dance moves to warm up
•Mo talked about his achievements, particularly the London Olympic wins. Jordan revealed he was watching a rubbish film at the time
•Shane & Jordan did their trial, in coffins with snakes, winning 9 stars. Jordan was petrified but brave (if you are green) or was hamming things up, faking it, acting like a big girl's blouse (if you are red). He said he couldn't do the trial about 100 times, then kept saying Happy Place whilst doing it. This after puking up the previous episode before having to abseil down the cliff.
•Those 9 stars resulted in a minging Eel for supper. The celebs were not impressed
•The viewers had to vote for three celebs for the next trial - Jordan, obviously, Vernon & Bev were chosen

Current prices:
3.3 - 3.4................Shane Richie     (3.7 pre show, around 3.5 end of show, shortened a bit overnight, 3.3 lowest)
4.5 - 4.6................Jordan North     (shortened during yesterday, 5 pre show, 4.4 a little into the show, 4 then low of 3.8 during the trial, low 4s end of show)
7.2 - 7.4..................Vernon Kay     (drifted to 9s during the show, shortened back at the end when getting the next trial)
8.6 - 9....................Mo Farah     (9 pre show, shortened to low 7s during, drifted back out overnight)
11.5 - 12..................Giovanna Fletcher     (hardly featured, 9s pre show, drifted as high as 14 during the show)
19 - 21....................Beverly Callard     (23 pre show, low of 16.5 matched at end after getting next trial
24 - 30..................Jessica Plummer     (16.5 pre show, hardly featured)
34 - 36...................AJ Pritchard     (hardly featured, 23 pre show, high of 40 matched during the show, changing the toilet container was his highlight)
65 - 80....................Victoria Derbyshire     (hardly featured)
90 - 100..................Hollie Arnold     (wasn't featured at all I don't think)

£214,695 matched. Back 101.8%, lay 97.2%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 17, 2020 7:40 AM GMT
The two late entrants are expected to be Russell Watson & Ruthie Henshall, who are priced at 25/1 & 40/1 respectively by the bookies
Report ahorsewithnoname November 18, 2020 8:16 AM GMT
Wednesday morning, after the third show

In last night's boring show:
•Hollie & Giovanna did the Castle Coin Challenge. The Celebs got the answer wrong so no treat
•Shane revealed how he once spent a night go karting with Tom Cruise
•Jordan, Vernon & Bev had an eating trial, winning all 10 stars
•At the end of the show Ant & Dec told them they were all up for the next trial, but in reality Russell & Ruthie will be entering the castle tonight via some trial. They were added to the Betfair market at the end of the show

Current prices:
3.15 - 3.25................Jordan North     (4.5 pre show, shortened during, 3.9 end of show, 3.5 half an hour after, lower overnight, 3 lowest matched)
3.85 - 4.1................Shane Richie     (3.45 pre show, 3.9 end of show)
8.6 - 8.8..................Vernon Kay     (7.2 pre show, 6s during eating trial, 7s end of show, higher since)
11 - 11.5...................Mo Farah     (8s pre show, 9s end of show, higher since)
12 - 12.5..................Beverly Callard     (14 pre show, similar end of show, bit shorter overnight)
19 - 21....................Giovanna Fletcher     (13 pre show, 15 end of show then higher, 21 highest matched)
29 - 32...................Russell Watson     (matched between 40 & 26)
36 - 38..................Jessica Plummer     (25 pre show, 30s by end of show)
42 - 46...................AJ Pritchard     (48 highest matched)
75 - 95....................Ruthue Henshall     (initially matched as low as 38, all drifting since, 95 highest)
80 - 150...................Victoria Derbyshire
130 - 190.................Hollie Arnold

£270,550 matched. Back 103.9%, lay 98.2%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 19, 2020 7:58 AM GMT
Thursday morning, after the fourth show

In last night's show:
•Everyone is getting on and they all feel like they are one big happy family
•Victoria told a joke to Shane, then same joke to Mo, then same joke to everyone
•Vernon, who likes to name drop, told about the time he met Tom Hanks
•AJ & Jessica did the Castle Coin Challenge, winning Bread & Butter pudding. Yum
•The 10 celebs went off for what they thought was a trial. Bev in particular looked terrified. However, they were just spectators to Russell & Ruthie doing the trial, winning 11 out of 12 stars
•Russell & Ruthie joined the other celebs and were made welcome, despite Shane & Vernon having misgivings
•The viewers voted who to do the next trial and Jordan was chosen. Sigh

Current prices:
2.9 - 2.92................Jordan North     (had drifted to around 3.2 during the show but shortened back at the end after getting the next trial)
4 - 4.3.....................Shane Richie     (drifted all day yesterday's touching 5, 4.6 pre show, low 4s end of show)
5.9 - 6......................Vernon Kay     (8 pre show, shortened during, 6s end of show, high 5s matched afterwards)
16 - 17.....................Mo Farah
17 - 19.5..................Beverly Callard     (12 pre show, 13 end of show, higher overnight)
25 - 29....................Giovanna Fletcher     (high of 30 been matched)
32 - 36...................Russell Watson     (shortened all yesterday, 16.5 been matched, 18.5 pre show, 25 end of show, higher since)
46 - 55....................Ruthie Henshall     (55 pre show, shortened during, low of 30 matched, drifted back out by end of show)
60 - 65...................Jessica Plummer
90 - 110....................AJ Pritchard
110 - 140...................Victoria Derbyshire
170 - 250.................Hollie Arnold

£310,223 matched. Back 102.1%, lay 96.8%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 20, 2020 7:57 AM GMT
Friday morning, after the fifth show

In last night's show:
•Ruthie was given a secret task by a jester painting in order to win everyone's luxury items. Firstly she had to get Jordan to rub her foot, which she did, he then cleaned his hands using sanitiser, pulling a face
•Shane & Bev did the Castle Coin Challenge (CCC), BUT...
•Russell had now joined Ruthie in the secret task and the second part was to ensure the group answered the CCC incorrectly, which they did
•The third and final part of the secret task was Russell had to pretend he saw a ghost, which everyone readily believed he had. Afterwards they were allowed to tell everyone about their mission
•Jordan did his trial, winning all 12 stars
•Each Celeb's luxury item was handed out. Giovanna chose a record by S Club 7 which was played with everyone dancing and enjoying themselves. Happy Castle, Happy Castle
•The viewers voted Mo to do the next trial. Jordan and everyone cheered when he heard his "it's not you" from Ant & Dec

Current prices:
2.36 - 2.4.................Jordan North     (2.9s pre show, shortened all during, 2.6s during his trial, 2.4s then 2.3s near end of show)
4.5 - 4.8.....................Shane Richie     (3.75 pre show, drifted back out with Jordan's shortening)
7 - 7.2.......................Vernon Kay     (5.5 pre show, 7s by show end)
12 - 13.....................Mo Farah     (16 pre show, drifted as high as 20, bits above, with his usual little coverage, was 20 before trial announcement when he plummeted to around 12)
21 - 23....................Giovanna Fletcher     (shortened during yesterday, 19 pre show)
32 - 34...................Beverly Callard     (22 pre show)
38 - 44....................Russell Watson
70 - 95...................Jessica Plummer
80 - 95...................Victoria Derbyshire
85 - 120....................Ruthie Henshall
80 - 110....................AJ Pritchard
260 - 350.................Hollie Arnold

£370,695 matched. Back 103.2%, lay 97.8%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 21, 2020 9:13 AM GMT
Saturday morning, after the sixth show

In last night's show:
•We learned that Bev talks in her sleep and used to train with Arnold Schwarzenegger
•Russell talked about when he performed for the Pope at the Vatican and he chatted about his two brain tumours, which he nearly died from
•Mo & Victoria did the CCC, question answered incorrectly again so no treat
•Ruthie chatted to Shane about when she used to date Prince Edward
•Mo did his trial, screaming and whimpering all the way through it, half amusing and half annoying. He obtained 9 stars
•The last half an hour of the program was a live trial. The celebs were split into Lords & Ladies and everyone took part, various challenges, which the men, unsurprisingly, won. They will receive a lavish banquet whilst the women will live on rice and beans and will have to face a trial the next day
•The viewers have voted for a camp leader, result to be revealed during Sunday's show

Current prices:
2.4 - 2.52..................Jordan North     (drifted during yesterday, between 2.5 and 2.7 pre show, shortened back by end)
4.8 - 5........................Shane Richie
6.8 - 7.8......................Vernon Kay     (8s pre show, shortened back by end)
13 - 14.......................Giovanna Fletcher     (low 20s pre show, 25 before live trial, 21 end of show, 16 an hour later, further shortened this morning)
16 - 17........................Mo Farah     (shortened during yesterday, 9s pre show, touched 8 as his trial started, 10.5 by end then higher)
18.5 - 21.....................Russell Watson     (around 30 pre show, shortened during)
26 - 28......................Beverly Callard
65 - 75......................Ruthie Henshall
75 - 85......................Jessica Plummer
80 - 100.....................AJ Pritchard
110 - 140....................Victoria Derbyshire
140 - 410...................Hollie Arnold

£420,206 matched. Back 106.6%, lay 98.7%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 22, 2020 8:05 AM GMT
Sunday morning, after the seventh show

Last night's show was highlights of the week but with some unseen footage. Anything of note shown will be posted later.

Current prices:
2.3 - 2.34.................Jordan North
5.5 - 5.6......................Shane Richie
8.2 - 9.2......................Vernon Kay
9 - 10..........................Giovanna Fletcher     (around 12 pre show)
19 - 20........................Mo Farah
26 - 29.......................Russell Watson
25 - 30.......................Beverly Callard
70 - 80......................Jessica Plummer
75 - 95.......................Ruthie Henshall
120 - 200....................Victoria Derbyshire
130 - 200....................AJ Pritchard
150 - 370...................Hollie Arnold

£435,911 matched. Back 102.7%, lay 96.8%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 23, 2020 7:31 AM GMT
Monday morning, after the eighth show

In last night's show:
•The boys had their winning grand banquet, roast lamb & apple crumble. They all squealed with delight and pigged out
•A throne appeared and Jordan was announced as the viewer voted Camp Leader. He choose Victoria as his deputy and they assigned chores which everyone were happy with
•Vernon & Russell did the CCC, the tricky question was answered correctly (thanks to Jordan) and they each had a Jammy Dodger. Selfishly, the boys didn't think to let the girls eat two each
•Victoria asked Shane about starting on Eastenders, where he explained his long auditioning, how financially struggling he was at that time, the relief when getting the role, plus a story about how he helped a runner many years beforehand who then was the director when he first started
•The girls did the trial, winning 10 stars. Giovanna had the easiest task, Victoria the hardest and, as usual, Bev looked petrified beforehand and throughout
•The viewers voted for two for the next trial, AJ and Jess being picked

Current prices:
1.89 - 1.90....................Jordan North     (shortened all day yesterday, 1.92 low matched, around 2 start of show, briefly hit 1.8 when announced as Leader before settling 1.9s)
5.3 - 5.9......................Shane Richie     (drifted during yesterday, briefly matched as high as 7 before shortening back)
11 - 11.5.......................Vernon Kay
12 - 12.5......................Giovanna Fletcher
27 - 32........................Mo Farah
27 - 32.......................Beverly Callard
50 - 60......................AJ Pritchard     (shortened from around 100 after getting trial)
44 - 75.......................Russell Watson
80 - 95......................Jessica Plummer     (shortened from around 80 to briefly 50 after getting trial but then quickly drifted back out)
95 - 160.....................Victoria Derbyshire
150 - 740...................Ruthie Henshall
300 - 420...................Hollie Arnold

£458,607 matched. Back 104.2%, lay 96.2%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 24, 2020 11:10 AM GMT
Tuesday morning, after the ninth show

In last night's show:
•Morale was low in "camp", with everyone having allocated chores things aren't working smoothly. AJ had to prompt Shane regarding some hot water required. Shane then had a moan about it all, his face was thunder.
•Victoria (& Giovanna) quizzed Mo about when he first came to the UK, aged 8.
•Ruth & Jordan did the CCC, question was answered correctly but they chose to receive scotch eggs over chocolate mini eggs, much to the surprise and disappointment of everyone.
•Bev talked about her autobiography which led to others talking about their first kiss.
•AJ & Jess did their trial, they were both excited and optimistic beforehand, saying they were going to get all 12 stars, but they only obtained 6, although it was a difficult one. They were both very despondent afterwards, particularly Jess.
•There was more tension when Giovanna was preparing dinner. again due to them having allocated tasks.
•Shane and Vernon had a pompous bitch together about Jess & Jordan being wimps with the trials.
•The viewers voted for the next trial, Shane was picked (Bev was exempt)

Current prices:
1.84 - 1.87...................Jordan North     (1.79 lowest matched pre show, 1.7 matched half way into show)
6 - 6.8.........................Giovanna Fletcher     (12 pre show, 9s by end, sustained gamble this morning)
11 - 12.5.......................Vernon Kay
11.5 - 12......................Shane Richie     (6.2 pre show, drifted as high as 12 during show, briefly shortened to 9 after getting trial but then quickly drifted again, 13.5 highest)
14 - 17.5......................Mo Farah     (25 pre show, shortened during 13 by end)
48 - 60.......................Beverly Callard     (drifted yesterday evening, before the show)
50 - 60.......................AJ Pritchard
50 - 70.......................Russell Watson
140 - 200..................Jessica Plummer
150 - 250...................Victoria Derbyshire
230 - 340...................Hollie Arnold
260 - 350...................Ruthie Henshall

£489,600 matched. Back 103.2%, lay 96.4%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 25, 2020 7:03 AM GMT
Wednesday morning, after the tenth show

In last night's show:
•AJ was up and already whining that there was no chopped wood, anyone can do that job but no one is.
•Bev said what a stupid show Splash was, it was then pointed out to her, to much amusement, that Vernon presented it. She apologised profusely to him.
•Ruthie was feeling low and tearful. Vernon, then Victoria, consoled her. Vernon wrapped her up in his blanket.
•Shane & Gi did the CCC, question answered incorrectly
•Whilst Shane was away doing the CCC, AJ gave all the pots a proper clean, something Shane wasn't doing very well. AJ let everyone know what a hero he is. Shane gave him a dirty look.
•Shane, despite all his bravado, was very nervous about doing the trial. He received all 12 stars.
•Ruthie led most of the others in an All That Jazz dance routine. Mo was separate from the group but was having a little dance all by himself.
•Everyone enjoyed their evening meal, the mood was brighter than of late.
•The viewers voted Shane & Jess to do the next trial
•The viewers voted for a new camp leader

Current prices:
2.16 - 2.18..................Jordan North     (around 1.9 pre show, evens by the end, higher since)
4.8 - 5.1......................Vernon Kay     (shortened during yesterday, high 7s pre show, mid 5s half way thru, high 4s by end of show, 4.3 lowest matched)
6.4 - 7.8......................Giovanna Fletcher     (shortened all the way to low 5s during yesterday but back to 7 pre show, 8s by end of show)
13.5 - 14......................Mo Farah     (17 pre show)
15.5 - 16......................Shane Richie     (11 pre show, mostly traded 11 to 13 during show but another drift overnight, 17.5 been matched)
55 - 60.......................Beverly Callard
65 - 80.......................AJ Pritchard
120 - 150....................Victoria Derbyshire
140 - 190...................Jessica Plummer
140 - 190....................Russell Watson
200 - 330...................Ruthie Henshall
320 - 380...................Hollie Arnold

£530,353 matched. Back 103%, lay 96.9%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 26, 2020 6:40 AM GMT
Thursday morning, after the eleventh show

In last night's show:
•Bev snored badly, disturbing Shane's sleep. She apologised in the morning, saying at home it's her husband John who snores, and that he's her megashag.
•It was Russell's birthday and everyone sang to him. Afterwards he took himself off as was finding the situation tough, being away from him family on this day. Ruthie noticed and went to console him, followed by Gi.
•Everyone picked sticks to see which 4 had to participate in a challenge - Mean Massage. Jess, Gi, Bev & Ruthie were the unlucky ones and, facing down on a massage table, had a load of critters poured on them, then snakes. Their prize for this was selecting one celeb each to receive some luxury spa treatment. Bev picked Vernon, Gi Hollie, Jess Gi & Ruthie Russell. Vernon, Hollie, Gi & Russell then enjoyed their prize.
•Shane & Jess had their trial, which everyone was saying was one of the best ever, the show was even extended 15 minutes to show it all. They had to drink 6 glasses of rancid stuff each and heroically managed to get 12 stars.,
•A segment was shown of Jordan firstly shaving his beard into a goatee, calling himself Jeff, then shaving all his stubble off.
•Gi's S Club 7 song was played again (it can be played 3 times, apparently) and everyone was in high spirits and dancing. Jess was full of new found confidence after her trial success. Dinner took ages to cook but Jess now had an upset stomach (not surprising after consuming all that vile stuff) and took herself off to bed.
•The viewers voted Shane, again, and Hollie (!) for the next trial. Bev was exempt again.

Current prices:
2.8 - 2.84..................Jordan North     (2.4 pre show, 2.7 be end, even further drift since)
3.85 - 3.95.................Giovanna Fletcher     (5.1 pre show, 4 hit half way into show, same end of show, 3.8 lowest matched)
7 - 7.6.........................Vernon Kay     (5.5 pre show, drifted during)
9.2 - 10,......................Shane Richie     (14.5 pre show, 20 had been matched yesterday, 14 end of show but then soon afterwards shortened to around 10)
12.5 - 14......................Mo Farah
32 - 36.......................Jessica Plummer     (100 pre show, obviously shortened all thru trial, 30s matched soon after it was shown then briefly 20s traded)
44 - 50.......................Beverly Callard
80 - 140......................AJ Pritchard
110 - 140....................Russell Watson
110 - 170.....................Victoria Derbyshire
130 - 390...................Hollie Arnold     (320 near end of show, shortened to 200s then 100s after getting next trial)
160 - 480...................Ruthie Henshall

£600,120 matched. Back 104.9%, lay 98.2%
Report ahorsewithnoname November 27, 2020 7:36 AM GMT
Friday morning, after the twelth show

In last night's show:
•Shane did some windup nonsense talking gibberish about a policemen to Jordan then Gi. It wasn't amusing.
•Gi was announced as new camp leader. She chose Bev as deputy. They reassigned the camp roles.
•Shane and AJ really don't like each other. Shane, who was washer upper, "jokingly" threw his dish onto the floor for the new washer, pretending he didn't know who that was (it's AJ). He then put his dish in the bowl whilst passive aggressively touching AJ's shoulder. AJ's face was full of thunder.
•Vic & Hollie did the CCC. I like the CCC's, it gives me 5 minutes to go do something else. The question was answered correctly and they all received jelly beans. Mo had 5 and was particularly happy.
•Shane & Hollie went for their trial. Everyone in camp was confident they would "smash it". They only received 2 stars (out of 6), a combination of the task being hard but also they were rubbish at it.
•Vern & Vic cooked dinner but it was measly portions for everyone.
•Viewers voted Shane & AJ for the next trial, which was no surprise to anyone. Russell was exempt.
Lines opened at the end of the show for the first elimination tonight.. It's also been confirmed the show will end next Friday, two days earlier than normal.

Current prices:
2.38 - 2.42.................Jordan North     (2.6s pre show, shortened to around 2.3 by half way thru)
4.1 - 4.2......................Giovanna Fletcher     (new low of 3.55 matched during yesterday, 4 pre show)
8.8 - 9.4......................Vernon Kay
13 - 14........................Shane Richie     (9s pre show, quickly drifted to 12s then briefly 16s after the dish incident)
15 - 15.5......................Mo Farah
30 - 34.......................Jessica Plummer
42 - 48.......................Beverly Callard
46 - 55.......................AJ Pritchard     (100 pre show, shortened a bit during the show then further at the end after getting next trial)
130 - 190.....................Victoria Derbyshire
160 - 300....................Russell Watson
210 - 400...................Hollie Arnold
360 - 760...................Ruthie Henshall

£640,968 matched. Back 102.2%, lay 97.4%


First elimination on Betfair - Hollie 2.4 - 3, Ruthie 3.6 - 4, Vic 7..2 - 8, Russel 7.6 - 9.4
Report ahorsewithnoname November 28, 2020 12:03 PM GMT
FIRST ELIMINATION - Hollie Arnold

Hollie traded between 2.2s and 1.7s most of yesterday and was 1.8s just as the show was about to start. She stayed odds on until suddenly at 9:28pm she went as high as 4. Lowest price matched was 1.61 (+£4 at 1.31) with LPM 3.1
Ruthie 2.8 - 3.5 pre show but suddenly at 9:28pm she went odds on. Highest matched was 8.4, lowest 1.49, LPM 1.8
Lines closed at 9:47pm. £20,013 traded


Saturday lunchtime, after the thirteenth show

In last night's show:
•Shane had been up during the night with an upset stomach. Conversation then turned to the dirty toilet with someone having a very poor aim. Laugh-a-minute AJ had been keeping a close eye on the situation and said Jordan was the culprit. Jordan gave the toilet a clean.
•Vern & Mo did the CCC, question answered incorrectly.
•Russell said how tired he was of singing Nessun Dorma but nevertheless gave a fine rendition to everyone. He then gave singing lessons all, much to their merriment.
•Shane (for the fourth day in a row) and AJ did the trial, getting 11 stars. They did well, having their heads in a glass box with various critters, snakes and rats poured in. There was also no signs of any animosity.
•The celebs discussed who the most famous person was they had in their phones. Mo has Thierry Henry, who he texts regularly, and Anthony Joshua.
•The food for their final meal together was delivered, as they were informed someone will leave the next day. Eating dinner, this sad news got them all tearfully reminiscing about their castle experience and what great friends they've made.
•A devastated Hollie was eliminated. She said she wants Jordan to win. Ruthie was the other It Might Be You.

Current prices:
2.34 - 2.4...................Jordan North     (drifted during the show, 2.7 touched)
5.9 - 6.........................Giovanna Fletcher     (always low 4s yesterday but went much higher overnight)
6.2 - 6.8......................Vernon Kay     (9s pre show, 8s at suspension, shortened overnight)
9 - 9.4........................Mo Farah     (15 pre show, 13 at suspension, shortened overnight)
10.5 - 11......................Shane Richie     (shortened during yesterday, 9 pre show, 8s matched, drifted overnight)
65 - 80.......................Beverly Callard
70 - 85.......................Jessica Plummer
100 - 190....................AJ Pritchard
130 - 170.....................Victoria Derbyshire
140 - 200....................Russell Watson
350 - 500...................Ruthie Henshall

£660,917 matched (with Hollie already taken out the market). Back 102.2%, lay 96.7%
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