More than £5m has been gambled on this year's Big Brother, bookmaker Ladbrokes has said.
Pete has been the runaway favourite to win the series
The amount - across the whole industry - means that bets totalling more than £56,179 have been placed every 24 hours on the Channel 4 reality show.
Ladbrokes spokesman Nick Weinberg said: "This series of Big Brother has smashed all records."
Pete Bennett is odds-on favourite to win the show at 1/5, with Glyn Wise at 8/1 and Nikki Grahame at 20/1.
Pete's odds to win the £100,000 prize money have slightly lengthened from 1/6, while Nikki, who was voted back into the house last week, has seen her odds drift from 12/1.
The couple began a relationship after she came back into the show on Friday.
Mr Weinberg said: "Both Pete and Nikki seem to be suffering as a result of their lovey-dovey antics.
"Pete has got plenty to play with and is still the nailed-on favourite, but Nikki's drifting like an unmanned barge. She could easily fall at the first hurdle."
The other housemates to contest the final will be Richard Newman, Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace and Jennie Corner.