The 'Teen Mom' star was eliminated from the reality TV show by fellow housemate Austin Armacost tonight after going to head-to-head against her closest pal Jenna Jameson and was greeted by a chorus of boos.
Speaking in her post-eviction interview with host Emma Willis, the 24-year-old beauty, who recently participated in a fake eviction, said: "I'm happy it's for real this time. I just miss my life. I miss real life and I am so thankful that I'm included as boring right now."
Farrah, who has six-year-old daughter Sophia with late boyfriend Derek Underwood, wasn't surprised by the decision.
She explained: "I really thought there was a possibility, just because after getting to know the other housemates.
"I'm happy with their choice. I don't care either way. I'm very pleased."
Asked where it all went wrong for her, she said: "I'm not fake. I think it's very hard for a real person to win this. It's just fake bulls**t. I don't buy into a lot in the house.
"I love that I do no tolerate f**ked up s**t."
The reality TV star regularly argued with many of her fellow housemates, particularly James Hill, but has no regrets and thinks the 'Apprentice' star, 26, made "sleazy" comments.
She added: "I think I've apologised when it was needed... but I very much feel like at the time, if I was antagonised or interrogated in any way I showed my emotions.
"James doesn't really show his true self in the house, he's on his best behaviour."