Caprice is the hottest favourite so far to be evicted from Celebrity Big Brother.
Bookmakers are offering odds of 1/5 that the model and bra designer will be the next one out.
The next eviction from the Channel 4 show is scheduled for tomorrow night.
Ladbroke spokesman Warren Lush said: “Caprice is the hottest eviction favourite so far this series and bookmakers are very confident she’ll be next out to meet the crowds.
“A shock looks very unlikely. Jeremy is a very distant second favourite to go.
“Using the words of John McCririck, it looks as though the Caprice cash register will be open again for business on Saturday morning. We expect bra sales to go through the roof.”
Kenzie is still favourite to win the show, with his odds slashed from 4/6 to 1/2.
But bookmakers are not ruling out a late rally from Bez.
The ex-Happy Mondays man has escaped eviction once before and his antics have kept viewers amused.
Brigitte is not such a Bez fan and told him a few home truths about his behaviour this morning.
She accused him of throwing temper tantrums and branded him a “loser”.
“I’m 40. It’s too late for me to become normal overnight,” Bez said.
“Sometimes I lie in bed thinking: ‘Why do I do the things I do?’ But I think I’ve shown a lot of control. I’ve given up a lot and changed my whole lifestyle to come in here. The first few days were very hard for me.”
Bez did cheer up when Big Brother provided the housemates with some clean bedsheets.
He fashioned them into a makeshift four-poster bed and skipped around the room shouting: “I’ve got crisp white sheets! Look at that freshness!”
Meanwhile teenage boy band member Kenzie revealed that: “The last time I slept with someone was Thursday morning. That’s two weeks.” – before claiming that was the longest he had ever gone without sex.
“At this time in my life, two weeks is quite long,” he mused.
He assured former Holby City actor Jeremy that their time on the show would turn them into major league heart-throbs.
“This is the biggest thing that’s happened to TV,” Kenzie told him. “Teenage girls will run up to you like they run up to me.”