Harry's Well In Front At Halfway Point
He may leave the toilet seat up, however, it seems not even this can harm Harry Redknapp's chances of winning this year's I'm A Celebrity as the show reaches its halfway stage. The former football manager has seen his odds of the show cut from 4/7 to 1/2 with William Hill.
Redknapp started the show 8/1 outsider, although he has since become a fan favourite hanging out a car window for a 'bushtucker trial' on opening night, his hilarious tales, lovely stories about his wife and brilliant rapping with singer Fleur East and soap star Malique Thompson-Dwyer.
Harry had been left confused after hearing Fleur and Malique's slang, so they decided to teach him some of the lingo.
They told the 71-year-old to call his wife a 'peng ting' when he got of the jungle: "When you see her, say Sandra, you peng ting," the X Factor star said.
Harry responded: "She'll ask what needed painting."
The pair then came up with some bars for Harry, and the former Spurs boss had viewers in switches when he rapped: "Peng ting called Sandra. Wanna jump in my Range Rover."
The "Nicker-Gate" scandal, however, has had more of an impact on the betting odds with Nick Knowles' odds drifting from 9/2 to 6/1.
The DIY SOS presenter clashed with John Barrowman in last nights episode over touching the girls under.
Knowles felt uncomfortable as a pair of underwear fell onto the floor and he didn't know if he should pick them up or not.
John said: "Why do you feel uncomfortable, it's just an item of clothing, it's not inappropriate. It's fine to hang a pair of women's knickers on the washing line."
William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly said: "A master of the halftime pep talk, Harry will no doubt be telling himself he just needs to keep doing what he's doing, apply some game management and victory will surely be assured."
I'm A Celebrity winner: 1/2 Harry Redknapp; 11/2 Emily Atack; 6/1 Nick Knowles; 10/1 Anne Hegerty; 12/1 John Barrowman; 20/1 Noel Edmunds; 33/1 Fleur East; 40/1 Rita Simons; 50/1 Malique Thompson-Dwyer; 50/1 Sair Khan; 66/1 James McVey