DJ Havana Brown says former bachelorette Laurina Fleure could win I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!
Brown was eliminated from the reality show last night, leaving Fleure as the last woman standing in the running for the show's $100,000 grand prize for charity.
While Fleure has provided plenty of entertaining viewing after clashing with many of her camp mates over the past six weeks, Brown believes she's a strong contender after tackling a record number of tucker trials.
"I think she has a good chance of winning. My bet for wining the whole thing is between Fev (Brendan Fevola) and Laurina," Brown told APN.
"She's going up against sportsmen who are very well loved in Australia... so she's got some tough competition but I hope she takes it out for the girls."
According to online bookmaker SportsBet, Fevola is the current favourite to win the show, while Anthony Callea is tipped for elimination tonight.
Thirty-year-old musician Brown said the hardest part of her time in the South African bush was being out of contact with her fiance Vince Deltito.
"The first thing I want to do when I land at the airport is squeeze my fiancé to death. He may not be alive by the time I get done cuddling him," she laughed.
She also laughed off Fleure's theory that Shane Warne had a crush on her during the first few weeks of the show.
"I think that might have been taken out of context," she said.
"We got along really well. I consider him a good friend, and even outside the show I think we would have been friends.
"He never ever made me feel uncomfortable. It was definitely a friendship from the beginning."
Brown has promised to introduce Warnie to her friend, actress Carmen Electra. The cricketer has previously spoken on the show about the breakdown of his high-profile relationship with Liz Hurley.
"After I've settled down I'm going to definitely hit her up and possibly introduce them," Brown said.
"I hope they're able to meet up. We all don't know when we go on a date if it will work out or not, but I know he thinks she's very hot."
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