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Last Updated: Friday, 21 January, 2005, 22:34 GMT
Double eviction from Big Brother
Caprice was among the last five people in the house
Model Caprice and Holby City actor Jeremy Edwards have both left the Celebrity Big Brother house in a surprise double eviction on Friday.

Caprice, who left in the scheduled fourth eviction having gained just 5% of the public vote, afterwards said: "I am so happy, I am so glad I'm out."

Edwards then left in a surprise eviction, with 12% of the vote.

Nineteen-year-old Blazin' Squad singer Kenzie is currently favourite to win the 50,000 charity prize.

Caprice had been the pre-show favourite to be voted out of the house, with bookmakers Ladbrokes offering odds of 1/5 on her departure.

Ladbrokes spokesman Warren Lush had said she was "the hottest eviction favourite so far this series".


Odds on Kenzie's victory have been slashed from 4/6 to 1/2, although bookmakers have said they are not ruling out a late rally from former Happy Mondays star Bez.

The other remaining housemate is actress Brigitte Nielsen.

DJ Lisa I'Anson became the third housemate to be voted out on Wednesday when she became the victim of a surprise eviction during a game of hide-and-seek on the Channel 4 show.

I'Anson said she was "glad to be out" and predicted that Kenzie would emerge as the winner.

The winner is due to be announced on Sunday night.

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