Shabnam Paryani has been the first housemate to be evicted by public vote in the current series of Big Brother.
Shabnam was nominated for the second week running
The 22-year-old was nominated alongside Tracey Banard, 36, and Carole Vincent, 53, by twins Amanda and Sam Marchant and recent arrivals Gerry and Seany.
"Shabs" was also up for eviction last week, but earned a reprieve in the wake of Emily Parr's race-related expulsion.
Four new male housemates made their debuts on the Channel 4 show - they included a model and a millionaire.
Billi Bhatti, a 25-year-old model with the stage name Massimo, was the first new housemate to be introduced.
Jonathan Durden, from Islington in north London, said he ran a company with a multi-billion-pound turnover.
"I will win because I don't need to win," said the millionaire businessman.
Tree surgeon Liam McGough, 22, from Lanchester in Durham, and 19-year-old Brian Belo from Essex were the other new contestants.
Shabnam received the most public votes and became the third person to leave the house, following Emily's dismissal and Lesley Brain's voluntary withdrawal.
Gerry Stergiopoulos and Seany O'Kane received the exclusive right to nominate when they arrived in the house last Friday, and later chose the twins to nominate alongside them.
On Tuesday, viewers of Britain's Got Talent show were shown footage of Shabnam's unsuccessful audition for the ITV1 talent show from earlier this year.