Heaven Afrika has become the third person to be evicted from the Big Brother house after losing out in the public vote by just half a per cent.

With the public voting this year for the housemates they want to save rather than evict, the 30-year-old holistic healer proved just a shade less popular than fellow nominee Aden Theobald – while Aaron Allard-Morgan, who was facing eviction for the second time this series, also kept his place in the house.

However Heaven appeared to accept and even anticipate her fate, looking delighted when Brian Dowling announced her name.

“Don’t cry guys, it’s fine,” she said afterwards. “I’m all right, I knew it.”

However she made a memorable exit when, having said goodbye to the others she slipped over on the staircase as she made her way out of the house.

As a result not only did she receive a largely negative response from the crowd when she emerged but also had to weather the audience chanting ‘You fell over’ during her eviction interview with Brian Dowling.

During her chat Heaven admitted that the others in the house may have found her too hard to handle.

“I think maybe I was a bit too outspoken,” she said. “I’m too much for some people. I’m like Marmite, you either love me or hate me.”

Heaven’s departure makes her the third consecutive female to leave the house, following Tashie Jackson in the first week and Rebeckah Vaughan last Friday.

So far, none of the male housemates have been evicted by the public vote.