'Big Brother' contestant Sophia Brown became the first official housemate to be booted out of the TV house.
The 26-year-old from Herne Hill, London, went head to head with Freddie Fisher, aka Halfwit, in last night’s public vote and overwhelmingly lost.
The banking assistant, who was seen on the highlights show rowing with walk-out Saffia Corden, received 91.2% of the votes, ending her eight days on the show.
She said: “That’s all right, that’s all right,” when Davina McCall delivered the news.
Sophia was nominated by six of the housemates, and when she left the house received a resounding chorus of boos from the audience.
Questioned by Davina, she was asked about her relationship with 27-year-old single mother Corden – to which she responded: “We just didn’t get on.”
Sophia said she was “shocked” when the beauty consultant from Nottingham left the house on Thursday.
She added that she “couldn’t get the name right” after repeatedly mispronouncing Saffia’s name.
“I did not know I was coming off that aggressive,” she said.
Irish contestant Noirín Kelly, 25, said she voted for Londoner Sophia for “slagging people and being non pro-active with things in the house... I just think sometimes she can be very stubborn... and she can kind of be really aggressive as well”.
It was the second time that Brown faced the public vote.
Before the contestants became official housemates, viewers were given the chance to evict a “non-housemate”, resulting in the eviction of Londoner Beinazir Lasharie.
When asked what it would mean to him to stay in the house, Fisher, who earned his place as a housemate by agreeing to change his name to Halfwit by deed poll, told Big Brother: “It would mean more of an opportunity for the other housemates to get to know me, and more importantly for the people of Britain to get to know me.
“Here I am as an open book, and I hope you enjoy your reading.”