Bookies reveal James McVey set to be next out of I’m A Celebrity

His time could be up

The Vamps guitarist James McVey will be the next star to leave I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, according to bookies.

In tonight’s episode, which will see the seventh celebrity eliminated, James is favourite to go with odds of 6/5 from bookmakers Skybet.

Meanwhile, bookies BetWay are also tipping the 24-year-old to go home next, offering odds of 5/4.

James in the jungle camp
Will James be sent packing? (Credit: ITV/Wenn)

Nick Knowles, who was eliminated last night, claims James wants to go because he misses girlfriend Kirstie Brittain so much.

Nick, 56, said on This Morning today: “I would like James to win it but I know he wants to get out as he’s desperately missing his girlfriend.”

Joe Swash and James McVey's girlfriend on Extra Camp
Kirstie on Extra Camp with Joe Swash (Credit: ITV/Wenn)

Musician James has been worrying fans with his dramatic weight loss since being on the show.

He has been giving up some of his food to eldest campmate Harry Redknapp in a bid to help him keep up his strength.

James and Harry in camp
James has been looking out for Harry (Credit: ITV/Wenn)

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While James has been popular on the show, Harry is favourite to win –  if the odds are anything to go by.

The football manager, 71, remains in the jungle with Fleur East, 31, Emily Atack, 28, and John Barrowman, 51.

X Factor star Fleur is second favourite to leave the show tonight, with odds of 9/4 placed on her by SkyBet, while Dr Who actor John is third with 5/2.

Fleur in the Bush Telegraph
Fleur is second favourite to get the chop (Credit: ITV/Wenn)

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John in camp
Will John reach the final? (Credit: ITV/Wenn)

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