I'm A Celebrity Betting Odds & Tips

I'm A Celebrity 2023 has been kept quiet, but we are likely to see our celebrities head back to the African jungle.

Celebrities will go through a range of tasks and trials to keep themselves fed over the week, earning stars, where the more stars earned, the more food they eat.

Viewers will then vote to keep contestants in the jungle, while at the end of each week, one celebrity will be eliminated, until there is a king or queen of the jungle.

I'm A Celebrity Betting Odds

There are currently no betting odds for I'm A Celebrity 2023.

I'm A Celebrity Free Bets

Australian bookmakers are unable to provide their clients with I'm A Celebrity free bets due to federal legislation. If this changes we will update this page.

What is the I'm A Celebrity format?

Tucker Trial - This is the challenge concept of the show where contestants are voted in by eliminated celebrities to compete in the challenge. Celebrities will earn stars equivalent to how many people are in the camp, which is one serving per star. The better the celebrities are at the challenge, the more they will be fed.

Celebrity - The contestants are all celebrities, both National and Internationally known

Voting - Viewers get to vote on which celebrities get to stay in the jungle, meaning the celebrities with the most votes will stay, while the celebrities with the least will be sent home one by one.

I'm A Celebrity FAQs

Which celebrities are going into the show?

There has been no hints or clue as to who the celebrities are.

Can I vote on who leaves the show?

Viewers can vote on who stays in the show, meaning the celebrity with the least votes will leave.

Who will win I'm A Celebrity?

Without knowing any contestants, it is hard to know who will win, but generally AFL players fare very well with the viewers who are voting.