Pauline Bennett has become the second person to leave the Big Brother 2014 house.
The 49-year-old was among five nominated housemates, but was evicted ahead of Steven Goode, Marlon Wallen, Ash Harrison and Christopher Hall after receiving over 79% of the public vote.
When Emma Willis asked her what went wrong in the house, Pauline admitted: “I was [just] myself and told the truth.”
As Willis brought up her relationship with Jale, the dance teacher said that she “didn’t do poor me, poor me, too well”.
“You don’t do it at all,” the host replied.
After Willis suggested the booing public had found it hard to understand her problem with Jale, Pauline attempted to justify her behaviour by saying that the “one thing [she] can’t stand is selfish people”.
She also admitted she had no regrets about the way she treated both him and Chris.
As she was then shown footage of Chris nominating her earlier in the week, Pauline nodded.
“We all knew it was him,” she explained, before adding that she understood his motives because she had “put herself there”.
Tonight, Toya was revealed as the new Power Housemate and picked Matthew as the other half of her ‘Power Couple’ partnership.
Together, they will rule the house over the weekend and attempt to influence nominations, having already personally nominated Christopher to face eviction next week.