London stockbroker Sezer Yurtseven has been evicted from the Big Brother house after being favourite to be thrown out.
Sezer had pledged to give any prize money to his mother
Bookmakers William Hill offered odds of 1/8 that the 26-year-old would be evicted by public vote, ahead of fellow nominees Richard Newman and Lea Walker.
Sezer and his housemate Imogen Thomas were banned from nominating this week after discussing voting tactics.
The seventh series of the TV show has had a rocky start, with four contestants leaving in two weeks.
Two of them, Shahbaz Chaudhury and George Askew, left the house of their own accord.
Dawn Blake, an "exercise scientist" from Birmingham, was thrown out by the show's producers after they claimed she broke the rules on making contact with the outside world.
The only contestant to leave by traditional methods was last week's evictee, 19-year-old care worker Bonnie Holt.
Told of the vote result, Sezer said: "I'm cool, I'm fine, I'm relaxed. How funny. C'est la vie."
George Askew walked out of the house on Wednesday
Richard commiserated with him, telling him to ignore the boos of the crowd outside.
Sezer replied: "Well done to you". The exchange followed a fall-out between the pair.
Friday marked the deadline for the show's golden ticket competition to find a new Big Brother housemate.
One hundred special tickets were hidden inside Kit Kat bars in a bid to find a member of the public to join the contestants in the Big Brother house.
Ticket holders had until 2220 on Friday to notify the show's producers.
The interested ticket holders will have to pass through a number of background checks before going through to a live final on 9 June, when a winner will be chosen.