I’m A Celebrity’s Hollie Arnold tipped to be first star to leave ITV show

Hollie Arnold MBE is the favourite to be the first famous face to be given the boot from I'm A Celebrity.. Get Me Out of Here! 2020.

The final is just one week away and the 26-year-old Paralympian is the least likely to be there, according to bookmakers Ladbrokes.

The bookies have Hollie at 11/10 to be evicted on Friday night and West End star Ruthie Henshall has moved into 2/1 as second favourite to be the first out.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “Ruthie could be a case of last in, first out on this year’s I’m A Celeb but as things stand it’s Hollie who slightly head’s the betting for tonight’s elimination.”

Hollie may be tipped to be voted out on Friday's show, but being voted to do the trial on Thursday night could work in her favour and has given her a bigger share of airtime and a chance to win over fans.

The British parasport athlete's brother appeared on Good Morning Britain on Friday to defend her for frequently mentioned her MBE title on the ITV reality show.

Hollie, who competes in the F46 javelin category, has been slammed by I'm A Celeb fans for mentioning the fact she has an MBE.

Mum Jill and brother Ashley chatted to GMB showbiz correspondent Richard Arnold about Hollie's time in Gwyrch Castle so far.

Richard asked her family members: "I have to clear this up. When she's at home does she always refer to herself as her full title, Hollie Arnold MBE?"

"I mean, it's a great surname."

Laughing, Ashley replied: "No, no she doesn't. She actually never says it at all which is funny really.

"But I know if I had an MBE I would be saying it all the time if we went to a restaurant or even in the supermarket."

Richard replied: "Quite right there. My full title is Richard Arnold and that's it because no one wants to claim or be related to me."

Hollie's mum joked back: "We'll be related to you Richard. Don't worry."

"Hahaha I'm sure we might well be distant. We may well be," Richard joked.

Meanwhile, Radio 1 DJ Jordan North has emerged as an early favourite to be crowned the first-ever King of the Castle.

I'm A Celebrity airs nightly on ITV

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