It was a tough first week for 2018 athletes I'm a celebrity … Get me out of here!
After parachuting in the camp, the stars were forced to take glasses of fish juice, eat an emm, and swim with eels.
How do they shape and who are the earliest leaders?
Harry Redknap – Balance
Former Tottenham Manager and West Ham are expected to win £ 100,000 due to their jungle stay.
A close friend predicted, "Harry is nothing but good value, he has a long, interesting career and knows a lot of famous people, and it will be fun to watch.
Nick Knowles – 9/2
Knowles is not a stranger to television after presenting a number of shows like Real Rescuers, Do it yourself and Whoever dares overcomes since the mid-1990s.
He is said to be "one of the most expensive authors ever since manufacturers have dug deeply ITV's pockets to provide it," Daily Mirror reports.
Emily Attack – 9/2
Links a star associated with the Beatles legend, Paul McCartney, is back in the headlines after being romantically linked to Strike Dance contestant Seann Walsh.
Her panic, which jumped out of a helicopter, won the viewer, making her an early lead.
John Barrowman – 8/1
Best known for his roles Doctor who and stop Torchwood, the American actor and singer admitted that there is a phobia of enclosed spaces, jumping from airplanes and shells – is not the best start for a stay.
Noel Edmunds – 16/1
Delayed entry into this year 's jungle, host of Shop for replacement, Noel's house and Deal or no deal did not appear in the camp on the first night with the others, but he was revealed as the new emperor of the jungle during the episode on Thursday.
One television index told the Daily Mirror: "ITV is desperate to get Noel – it's a huge name to protect, and everyone has great hopes of winning a lot of ratings."
Anne Hegerty – 16/1
Hegerty made his name for the ITV strike The pursuit, where she plays the role of the fierce brain box The Governess.
It appeared on the Australian version of The pursuit, and they will remember that they see Redknapp's classmate breaking the 2016 charity episode of the game on football.
Flair East – 22/1
The singer, who came second in Factor X in 2014, made another deal and hoped to use the show to start her musical career again.
"Every time I think about it, I get butterflies in my stomach, I refused to go in. I never did anything like this before, and I never went up or slept outside," she told the cosmopolitan.
James McWee – 33/1
The guitarist of Vamps is a longtime fan I'm a celebrity, so much he agreed to miss most of his group tour in South America to participate.
Asked if his fans would be disappointed by him to change the stage for a small screen, McWee said, "I think they will make it lively, I wanted to do it for years and now I am.
Rita Simons – 40-1
The former Eastenders the star of Alan Zahar – apparently hoping that her time in the jungle will help her cope with her health Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), anxiety and insomnia.
Malik Thompson-Dwyer – 100/1
The 20-year-old Hollyoaks star is one of the youngest athletes of this year's show and has already established himself as head of the band.
He is the fourth Hollyoaks actor joins the jungle following the footsteps of Jamie Lomas, Stewart Manning, and George Porter.
Sair Khan – 150/1
Best of all, The coronation street the actress rounded off the list of bookmakers joining a long line of soap stars fighting for the queen of the jungle.