Ronnie Wood's ex-girlfriend Katia Ivanova and former Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss were booted out of the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house last night.
Ivanova was the first to leave and Fleiss went just minutes later when housemates were surprised with a second eviction.
A spokesman for the show said Ivanova received almost half the viewer votes (44%) while Fleiss received just less than a third (28.6%).
Close behind, but escaping last night's evictions, was the housemates' third nominee, rapper Lady Sovereign.
Ivanova said she went into the house so she could shake off just being known as someone's ex-girlfriend but when host Davina McCall asked if she had achieved that aim, she replied: "Probably not."
The 21-year-old Russian cocktail waitress instead made headlines for an on-off romance with Jonas Altberg, the Swedish DJ known as Basshunter.
Ivanova hugged Altberg and other housemates before leaving the house and looked increasingly nervous after the crowd greeted her with a mixture of boos and whistles despite telling McCall she was "fine".
She last week ended her fling with Altberg, calling him "too clingy" but was left in tears when he later called her a "heartbreaker" and said she was only on the show for dating someone famous.
However, yesterday the pair began flirting again, cuddling, playing footsie and tickling each other's hands.
Ivanova told McCall the pair did "connect" and added: "I did like him. A lot of the time I thought he was joking and being corny about it.
"Some days I did have real feelings for him."
As soon as McCall told the housemates there would be a second eviction, Fleiss got up and grabbed her leather coat, smiling broadly when her name was called.
Fleiss told McCall her time in the house was "a cool experience", adding: "I'm glad I did it."
Housemates described her as lazy and she admitted: "I'm more than lazy. I didn't do a thing."
She backed footballer turned actor Vinnie Jones to win, saying: "I love him. Vinnie is all man. He has a heart. He took care of me. He's everything a woman wants."