We are into the final week of the 2022 edition of I'm A Celebrity and it's beginning to look like a three-horse race as to who will be crowned King or Queen of the Jungle.
The return to Australia has seen more extreme trials and the public are preparing to vote for the winner of the 22nd series, with the finale taking place on Sunday.
Coronation Street actress Sue Cleaver was the third celebrity to leave the camp on Monday, joining Charlene White and Scarlette Douglas back at the luxury hotel.
What: I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here – 22nd Series
Where: New South Wales, Australia
When: Final – Sunday 27th November
How to watch: ITV
Jill Scott won plenty of trophies as a footballer, including the Women's European Championships with England this summer.
The likeable Mackem has made friends with the other celebrities as well as the British public, stepping up every time on the tasks and challenges.
With the Lionesses success in the Euros, Scott's profile is higher than ever and that also seems to be key in how well she is doing in the jungle.
The 23-year-old was the butt of some of the camp jokes earlier in the series, but has proved popular with the voting public and has also impressed during the trials.
He may be a member of the Royal family, but that hasn't stopped Mike Tindall getting heavily involved in the trials and campsite banter.
The rugby union World Cup winner has come across as very down to earth and not shy in making fun of himself and getting to know all the camp members.
Tindall, who is married to Princess Anne's daughter Zara Tindall, is looking to become the fourth sportsman to become King of the Jungle – following Harry Redknapp, Carl Fogarty and Phil Tufnell.
To many people's surprise, former Health Secretary Matt Hancock is still in the jungle, with a lot of debate over the MP's decision to fly to Australia.
After everything that went on in the UK during the Covid pandemic and the controversy surrounding Hancock, he has made it to the last eight.
Much of the viewing demographic won't know too much about 1980s pop legend Boy George and the singer looks like he could be voted out soon.
The 61-year-old has not done an individual trial and has been unhappy with many of the camp rules during his time in the Jungle.
Radio DJ Chris Moyles and comedian Babatunde Aleshe are the only other two celebrities to be bigger prices, at and 125/1, respectively.
For those who like to consider the stats before having a bet on reality TV shows, it's worth noting that more men than women have been crowned since the UK version of I'm A Celebrity began in 2002.
Male celebrities make up 12 of the 21 previous winners of the show, with nine females previously being crowned 'Queen of the Jungle'.
Although soap actor Danny Miller was crowned the winner in 2021, five of the last seven editions of the show have been won by women.
A male winner in 2022 can be backed at , while a female winner to be announced by Ant and Dec on 27th November is currently available at 1/1.