#ImACeleb star Andrew Whyment to lose #ImACelebrity crown as his fate sealed ...

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Andrew, 38, had a huge following before arriving in the I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! camp last month, but has since gained a new fan base amongst viewers of the hit ITV reality show. According to some bookmakers, he is the one to beat with the final of this year’s series coming to a conclusion this Sunday. However, looking back on what previous winners have had in common, it seems the Coronation Street favourite could be defeat at the last hurdle.

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Nothing seems to have phased the actor as he’s taken on the Bushtucker Trials with little angst and although this makes him a worthy contender for the crown, there are some other traits which may go against his favour.

Data about Andrew’s chances of victory have been given exclusively to Express.co.uk by bwin bookmakers, who have conducted in-depth analysis on trends which help to born a winner and what disadvantages campmates might have when it comes to gaining the coveted title.

According to their results, his position as a latecomer may come at his detriment as only two mystery stars arriving a few days after the initial line-up entered camp went on to win.

Also, despite his success in the trials, their analysis suggests he may only make the final three billing having won 20 out of 22 stars in the challenges he’s faced.

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Andrew Whyment to lose I'm A Celebrity crown?Andrew Whyment to lose I'm A Celebrity crown as his fate sealed just days before final? (Image: ITV)

I'm A Celebrity 2019: Andrew WhymentI'm A Celebrity 2019: Andrew Whyment arrived as a late comer to this year's series (Image: ITV)

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