Traders at Ladbrokes and Coral have India as odds-on at 1/5 to go, with Jonny Mitchell out at 7/2.
Emma Willis asked India whether the outcome would have been different if the men of the house had been in charge of the eviction.
In the first of tonight's two shows, viewers saw India predict that she would be the first to leave - confessing she "got it wrong" with her "early outbursts".
'I think I hit a really big one with the gender question.' She was greeted by her mother Sandra, looking emotional as she said 'I missed you!'
Cumbrian broadcaster India has also been reunited with her mother Sandra - who echoed her view - after being the first to be evicted tonight. "I think he'll definitely win it", she said.
India said: "I'm certainly trying to get on with people".
India was nominated by nearly all of her female co-stars while Jonny received nods from Rachel Johnson, 52, Maggie Oliver and Ashley James, 30.
The ex-politician made the remarks in footage that will air during Friday night's Celebrity Big Brother.
Discussing her close relationship with housemate Shane Jenek, whose drag queen alter-ego is Courtney Act, she admitted she'll never "completely lose" her phobia.
The challenge is to find out whether the men or women look after them best.
India has spoken openly about her transition.
And The Apprentice star even admits himself in the diary room he has the hots for the Ru Paul's Drag Race star after a few tipples. I think people just see me as a Big Brother corpse at the moment, like when a bit of meat has gone off in the fridge.
That continued for five years - until India's decision to have gender reassignment surgery in 2015 marked the final step in her transition.
Speaking to host Emma Willis, she said: 'I had so much more to offer, but that's the way the cookie crumbles. "I'd been able to live two parallel lives but you can't do that indefinitely".
Former Celebrity Big Brother contestant Kim Woodburn praised India for her entertainment value in the house, saying: "now that India is out, you might as well sit and watch paint dry".