Celebrity Big Brother 2018 results! Who left? First celebrity is evicted!

Celebrity Big Brother 2018 results! Who left? First celebrity is evicted!

The pair were put up for eviction during live, face to face nominations on Tuesday.

And despite the housemates willing to do whatever it takes, India Willoughby is not happy with the "sexist" task.

Although Willoughby has represented the trans community in the house, she has received criticism for making a series of disparaging remarks against members of the drag community while in the house.

Emma asked if India expected to be nominated: "I sensed it in the room actually".

Acknowledging that her argument with the men on the first night probably ruined her time in the house, India admitted she always wanted to cause trouble.

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"I'd never had them before", India insisted.

"I've got something called gender dysphoria, which you can only resolve with medical attention".

"It is all becoming embarrassing". But legally I do have to say, Tom Reed Wilson everyone!' I love the experience ... but did I give my best show?

"It's the confusion thing that really irritates me and I still feel like that shouldn't be around", she said.

"No-one wants to be the first to go".

India has been at the centre of several rows during her time in the house so far, including some with actress Amanda Barrie.

"Me", replied Amanda. "That's all".

Bookmakers had India as odds on favourite to be evicted.

Regretting some of her actions in the house, India confessed: "I'm not kidding myself, I got it wrong and I know that".

India is Britain's first transgender newsreader. Drag is more performance-based, hers is about gender identity.

Since going public India has continued her work with ITV's local news programmes in the region and appeared on a series of high profile shows.

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