Caroline Wharram has become the latest casualty of Big Brother 2012 after eight housemates faced the biggest public vote of the series so far.
The 20-year-old lost out after receiving the fewest number of votes in the vote, behind fellow nominees Ashleigh Hughes, Deana Uppal, Luke Scrase, Adam Kelly, Sara McLean, Conor McIntyre and Luke Anderson.
All eight were put up for the public vote after a twist saw every single housemate who received a single nomination eligible for eviction. Only Scott Mason and Becky Hannon escaped the vote after not being nominated by anybody.
Caroline cheered and whooped as Brian Dowling announced she would be leaving the house – only to then leave to a hugely negative response from the crowd.
However she did not appeared bothered by the boos, saying in her eviction interview afterwards that she felt “f*****g fantastic”.
“I’m sorry but I think it’s hilarious,” she said.
Caroline went on to defend her bitchy behaviour in the house, leading to further booing from the audience.
“I’d never ever go about to upset anybody,” she admitted. “Obviously I’m not a malicious person…I have a sense of humour.
“Obviously I’m a super bitch, and I can be obnoxious and think aloud but I’d never try and hurt somebody’s feelings.”
Caroline was the seventh housemate to be evicted so far this series, with a fresh round of nominations on Monday.