Natalie Rowe evicted from Big Brother
Natalie Rowe has become the second person to be evicted from Big Brother in the latest series of the show.
The former escort girl, who had a number of arguments with the other housemates, left the house to a mixture of cheers and boos from the waiting crowd.
As she said her goodbyes to the remaining housemates, she told them: "I'm really brilliant, I'm great. Thank you."
Following her eviction she said she was "absolutely relieved beyond words" but spoke out against rival Jayne Connery.
Comparing her with "the exorcist" and calling her a "witch", Rowe said: "I can't bear the woman.
"I'm pretty opinionated and if you come for me I'm going to come back, but it was getting a bit weird with me and Jayne."
She told Big Brother host Emma Willis: "I'm absolutely relieved beyond words, every single night I was crying in the diary room, 'get me out of there'."
Asked if she enjoyed any of the experience, Rowe replied: "Pretty much no, maybe 10%."
She became the second contestant of the series to be evicted from the show following Marco Pierre White Jr.
This week the public had been voting to evict Hughie, Natalie or Charlie after they were nominated by Sam, Emma, Jason, Georgina, Andy, Evelyn, Laura and Lateysha.
After leaving the house, Rowe talked of her "powerful energy" and said she bonded with Sam and Lateysha, and that she and Hughie were both stubborn.
Speaking of some of her housemates, she said: "Alex is a really kind person. Emma is fake as hell."