In a significant turn of events in the final week of ‘Big Brother’, housemate Jordan has become the bookmakers’ new favorite to win the series. Known for his sharp wit and central role in the show’s first queer love triangle, the 25-year-old queer lawyer has won over viewers and is now leading the odds.
The Race to the Finale
Following the surprise eviction of Matty, the public is set to decide the winner among the five remaining housemates in ITV’s rebooted ‘Big Brother’ series finale on Friday night (17 November). BetVictor currently places Jordan in the top spot with odds of 4/6, followed by Olivia and Yinrun, with Henry and Noky trailing.
A Historic Final Line-Up
This year’s ‘Big Brother’ finale is historic, featuring an all-queer and female line-up for the first time. Sam Boswell from BetVictor highlighted Jordan’s significant improvement in odds, moving from 10/1 to 4/6 since Tuesday. Olivia has also seen a considerable shift in her odds, moving from an initial 20/1 to 3/1.
The Dynamics Inside the House
Jordan’s budding romance with Henry, a self-described “royalist” and Boris Johnson fan, has been a focal point in the series, leading one viewer to humorously compare the show to a “gay Tory Love Island.” Meanwhile, Henry’s odds have fluctuated throughout the series, now positioning him at 7/1.
Celebrating LGBTQ Representation
Voting for the Winner
‘Big Brother’ fans can cast their votes for the winner via the official Big Brother app, with up to five votes per user. The anticipation for the live finale is high, airing at 9 pm on ITV1 in the UK, as viewers await to see if Jordan will indeed emerge as the winner of this groundbreaking series.