Winston McKenzie has been voted off 'Celebrity Big Brother'.
The former UKIP politician faced Kristina Rihanoff and Nancy Dell'Olio in Friday's (08.01.16) eviction and while the 'Strictly' siren was told she was safe on the live show, the two remaining contestants had a 30-minute wait before finding out their fate.
Host Emma Willis explained: "For the past 24 hours the British public have been voting to save their favourite contestant and I can reveal the person who is safe is, Kristina."
A thrilled Kristina reacted with a huge smile and by blowing kisses.
Each of the housemates then had to choose which celebrity they wanted to leave the house and Winston received 13 votes with Nancy getting just one.
The contestants kicked Winston out of the house after it was revealed that he once called adoption by gay couples a form of "child abuse", and he left the house to boos from the waiting crowd.
And while he was being interviewed by Emma after he left the house, Winston refused to retract his comment.
Meanwhile, the trio found themselves nominated for the first public vote after Jeremy McConnell, Scotty T and Stephanie Davis were asked to make one "killer" choice as reward for winning an earlier task and freeing Danniella Westbrook, Darren Day and John Partridge from the barren room.
After being called to the Diary Room, Stephanie nominated Kristina, explaining the professional dancer had been "angry" with her for keeping her awake.
Meanwhile, Jeremy McConnell opted for Nancy because she intimidates him.
He said: "I find she can be a bit controlling when we're having a laugh. A bit intimidating."
And 'Geordie Shore's Scotty T selected Winston because he finds him greedy.
He said: "Every time I cook he can't wait for everyone else to have his food, he's always 'gimme it, gimme it.'"