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Last Updated: Friday, 9 July, 2004, 21:34 GMT 22:34 UK
Booing crowd for Becki's eviction
Becki Seddiki
Becki remained unshaken by the jeering crowds
Big Brother housemate Becki Seddiki faced a hostile crowd as she was evicted on Friday night.

She is the fourth to be ousted in the Channel 4 series, which is now into its sixth week on air.

Somali-born law graduate Ahmed Aghil, the oldest of the housemates at 44, survived the vote.

Becki, 33, on the show for only nine days before being nominated to leave, put on a brave face when booing from the crowd was heard in the house.

Becki had been nominated by four housemates and Ahmed by three.

She said she had enjoyed her time in the house and had no regrets.

In a post-eviction interview with presenter Davina McCall Becki admitted her habit of talking to herself was 50% for the benefit of the cameras.

Earlier, Becki earned a rebuke from Big Brother for attempting to communicate with the outside world by scrawling a message in condensation on the shower door, reading: "Might see friends later".

But she complained the message was not intended for anybody but herself.

The floristry student, a self-confessed "control freak", has seemingly retreated into herself since learning about her nomination on Tuesday, spending time alone and talking to herself.

Meanwhile, Ahmed, who asked for an eviction nomination to speed his exit from the house, is being tipped as a survivor by housemates Victor and Jason, who described him as "immortal".

He later declared that he wanted to stay.

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