Celebrity Big Brother eviction RESULTS: India Willoughby first to be evicted

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Emma Willis was live outside the Elstree bungalow to present the live show, with viewers getting to see highlights of the past 24 hours before the eviction took place.

She then accused her fellow housemate of arguing that "two wrongs make a right" after he said men had been "destroying women".

Traders at Ladbrokes and Coral have India as odds-on at 1/5 to go, with Jonny Mitchell out at 7/2.

Guess we'll see with the public vote tonight...

'I think I hit a really big one with the gender question.' She was greeted by her mother Sandra, looking emotional as she said 'I missed you!'

She added: "I think those early outbursts have cost me". "People love a villain".

India lamented: "I had so much more to offer, but that's the way the cookie crumbles".

Emma Willis also probed more about India's view on her time in the house, which has focused heavily on her transgender story.

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During her post-eviction interview, India - a self-confessed Big Brother superfan - said: "I didn't feel I did myself justice to be honest and that is my one regret". Shane Jenek - aka Courtney Act - gave Brady a drag queen makeover, which upset Willoughby.

India has spoken openly about her transition.

India also said the RuPaul's Drag Race star was the "star" of this series and would win the show.

'I was watching that with my tea in my lap, just eating away, and this Dalek came onscreen and weirdly I just felt this fluttery sort of twinge down there'.

That continued for five years - until India's decision to have gender reassignment surgery in 2015 marked the final step in her transition.

When asked what she has learned of herself during her time in the show, India said: "Maybe not to be as scared of things that I have been and maybe not to judge people as quickly as I have". "I'd been able to live two parallel lives but you can't do that indefinitely".

In the diary room of the house, India, 52, told Big Brother: "My psychic vibe is that I'm climbing those stairs and will be waving goodbye to my housemates".

Celebrity Big Brother bosses have revealed the housemates will look after children as part of the latest task.

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