India Willoughby has become the first person to leave the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house.
The newsreader - who is Britain's first transgender television newsreader - found herself up for eviction alongside Johnny Mitchell earlier this week, but during Friday's (12.01.18) live show it was revealed she had been unpopular with the public, who voted to boot her from the infamous abode.
Speaking to host Emma Willis after her eviction, she said: "I had so much more to offer, but that's the way the cookie crumbles. It is like a hurdles race, there are obstacles in the house. I think I hit a really big one with the gender question."
The 51-year-old star wasn't shocked by the result though, as she had predicted her eviction whilst speaking in the Diary Room earlier in the programme.
India claimed she had "c**ked up" her time in the house after being the centre of a number of rows, including claiming she had a "phobia" of drag queens whilst in the presence of drag artist Shane Jenek - better known by his alter-ego Courtney Act.
She said: "My gut feelings are that I will probably be climbing that staircase. I think I've c**ked it up big time, those early outbursts have cost me.
"I'm annoying the housemates and it's just becoming a bit embarrassing. I'm not an embarrassment on the outside. I have got good bants, I can chat. I think people see me as a Big Brother corpse at the moment.
"I'd really really like to stay, its always been my dreams to be on the show, nobody wants to be the first to go. I'm trying to get on with people, I even made up with Amanda. I should have come in and kept my gob shut, it was pointless kidding myself and I know that."
'Celebrity Big Brother' continues daily at 9pm on Channel 5.