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Whether its Eurovision betting, Britain’s Got Talent odds, the latest Love Island news, or speculation about the line-up for the next series of I’m A Celebrity, the United Kingdom loves reality television, and also loves having a bet on such reality TV shows.

Reality television came to prominence in the UK around 20 years ago, largely thanks to the success of programmes such as Big Brother.

The mix of competition and drama, either by a judging panel or the viewers of a particular show, grips millions of viewers every year – even when a particular show (such as Great British Bake Off or The Apprentice) isn’t even being broadcast live.

We’ve got the latest betting news here at, along with information on all major current and upcoming reality TV shows in the UK…

BBC Sports Personality Of The Year

The BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award is the main award of the BBC's annual Sports Personality of the Year ceremony, which takes place each December each year.

Contenders for the 2021 BBC Sports Personality Of The Year will be announced later this year. The award ceremony is scheduled to take place on Sunday, December 12th 2021.

F1 champion Lewis Hamilton was voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2020.

Britain's Got Talent

First airing in the UK in 2007, Britain’s Got Talent is scheduled to return on ITV in 2022 for its 15th series.

BGT odds will be released later in the year ahead of filming, with Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams all expected to be back for another year, and Ant and Dec once again set to host the show.

Dancing On Ice

Dancing on Ice will return for another series on ITV in 2022. Expect to see Dancing on Ice odds go live later this year.

Dancing on Ice 2021 was won by Sonny Jay, with the radio presenter beating Faye Brookes in the final.

Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby will present likely the show once again, while you can again expect Christopher Dean and Jayne Torvill to lead the judging panel, which also features Ashley Banjo and John Barrowman.


The 2021 Eurovision Song Contest will be the 65th edition of Eurovision and takes place in May 2021 after Eurovision 2020 was cancelled because of the global coronavirus pandemic.

Rotterdam - the scheduled host in 2020 following the Netherlands’ victory at Eurovision 2019 in Israel - is the host city for Eurovision 2021.

Eurovision betting markets usually open in the weeks leading up the event, with the majority of Eurovision bets placed on the day itself. Eurovision betting odds will be available in the near future.

Eurovision results will start coming in from Tuesday, May 18 when the first semi-final takes place. The second semi-final is scheduled for Thursday, May 20 ahead of the main event itself on Saturday, May 22.

Graham Norton will present BBC’s Eurovision coverage in the UK.

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Great British Bake Off

The Great British Bake Off is scheduled to take place next Autumn.

Expect the hit Channel 4 show to return around mid-September.

Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith are likely to be back for Bake Off, while Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas may once again present the show.

I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!

I'm A Celebrity has been one of ITV’s most-watched shows ever since it first aired in 2002.

Around 10 million viewers turned in to see the I'm A Celebrity 2020 result, with Giovanna Fletcher being crowned the winner of the last series, which took place in Wales rather than Australia due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Details of the 2021 edition of I'm A Celeb… are yet to be confirmed, although the show is likely to start in mid-November and run for around three weeks.

Love Island

Love Island is set to return. Further details are yet to be revealed, but the next series is expected to once again every night on ITV2 (bar Saturdays), with Laura Whitmore the host.

Strictly Come Dancing

Strictly has been a smash-hit for BBC since first airing in 2004, and Strictly Come Dancing will start later this year on BBC One in the United Kingdom.

Strictly is likely to be hosted once again by Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman. We'll have further details later in the year.

The Apprentice

Who will be Lord Sugar’s next apprentice? It’s yet to be confirmed by the BBC, but after being scrapped in 2020 due to the pandemic, The Apprentice is back on our screens on BBC1.

Television Betting Tips FAQs

When is BBC Sports Personality Of The Year 2021?

The 2021 BBC Sports Personality Of The Year awards are scheduled to take place on Sunday, December 12th 2021.

When is Eurovision 2021?

The 2021 Eurovision Song Contest is scheduled to take place on Saturday, May 22nd.

Eurovision 2021 will be the 65th edition of Eurovision and is scheduled to take place in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Who won Dancing on Ice 2020?

Dancing on Ice 2020 was won by Joe Swash, with the former Eastenders actor beating Diversity star Perri Kiely in the final.

Who won Strictly Come Dancing?

Bill Bailey won Strictly 2020.

When is Britain's Got Talent back?

BGT is scheduled to return on ITV later this year for its 15th series. The start date is to be confirmed.

Is X Factor coming back?

X Factor will return in 2021 after being scrapped in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

How can I bet on TV shows?

You can bet on a range of television shows with most major online betting sites.

Odds are available for most reality TV shows such as Dancing on Ice, Britain's Got Talent, and X Factor. Markets for these shows usually include Winner, Top Male, Top Female and Next Elimination.