Cumbrian transgender star India Willoughby favourite to leave Celebrity Big Brother


Tom Read Wilson went to do his usual segment from beside the CBB house, peeping through a special window into the house and report on the latest housemate activities.

Well, nobody was expecting to hear that, right?

Viewers saw her getting upset when another housemate had a drag makeover and storming off when USA singer Ginuwine said he would not date a transgender person.

India, who identifies as a woman after having gender reassignment surgery, previously came under fire for claiming she has a "phobia" of drag queens.

The first celebrity has left in tonight's results.

India replied: "I don't think so".

"I was abducted by aliens, seriously", she said on Wednesday night's show.

"To be honest, I think I've messed it up big time. I cocked it up really early on". And I don't like that because I'm not an embarrassment on the outside, honestly. Did I give my best show? No'.

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India believes it was the work of "Martians".

A self-described Big Brother superfan, Willoughby said: "My tactics were all over the place and I think in terms of it being an intellectual show once you're frozen out it's really hard to get back into the conversation".

Not much will prepare you for what your about to see so relax, get comfortable and get ready for tears. She's being a victim all day.

A stunned India said: "Where did that come from?"

"She's going to be the unpopular one in the house they all vote for". "I know I probably share a degree of blame in that because I kept going on about gender because it was so important to me".

They were given the option to choose from all 16 celebrities - including those granted immunity from the first eviction - and 68% said Willoughby would be their first pick to leave the series, followed by former politician Ann Widdecombe and Love Island's Jonny Mitchell, who both secured 6% of the vote.

Former Celebrity Big Brother contestant Kim Woodburn praised India for her entertainment value in the house, saying: "now that India is out, you might as well sit and watch paint dry".

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