SHE may have only been in the house for just over two weeks but Big Brother contestant Jennie Corner has already become a firm favourite with bookies and TV viewers alike.
The 18-year-old from Valley Road in Crewe entered the main house after being evicted from the secret house on July 4.
But after surviving her first eviction night on Friday she has now been installed as third favourite at 14/1 to win the £100,000 prize, behind Pete and Glyn, by several bookmakers including William Hill.
A spokesman said: 'She has only been in the house for a couple of weeks but she has really settled in and has come across well.
'She has had rows with fellow housemates Jayne Aisleyne and Nikki before she went but she hasn't really upset anyone too much.
'I can see the odds dropping as the show goes on and we are predicting she makes the final three.'
The former South Cheshire College student is the youngest person in the house where hidden cameras beam her every movement to millions of people every day.
She has eight GCSEs, speaks three foreign languages and is also an expert kickboxer who is on the verge of gaining her black belt.
Friends at The Earl pub in Nantwich Road, where Jennie works behind the bar, are backing her to go all the way. They have had posters and banners made and regularly show Big Brother on TV screens at the pub.
Landlord Paul Halligan added: 'She is doing really well. We have it on the screens and people are always watching when they come in for a pint. All the papers seem to think she is doing OK and she comes across really well.'