Contestants on reality series Big Brother have chosen two new housemates from the five people who entered a so-called "halfway house" on Friday.
David works in Ayr while Kara-Louise is a student from Harrow
Student Kara-Louise Horne, 22, and store manager David Parnaby, 25, are now eligible for the £100,000 prize.
But participants also had to pick one person who would swap the main living area for the "halfway house".
And Ziggy Lichman - who saw on-off girlfriend Chanelle Hayes quit the show on Monday - then put himself forward.
"I wouldn't mind a bit of time, I'll do it," said the 26-year-old former pop singer and model. "Seriously, it can't get madder than this."
Later he told Big Brother in the diary room that he had had a bad day because of the departure of Chanelle, whom he described as "someone who I will miss a lot".
Before she left the programme, Chanelle, 19, had explained how she felt she could no longer live in the same house as Ziggy.
Ziggy and Chanelle exchanged insults during a row before she quit
"He probably deserves to be here more than I do," said the student, who wants to be a professional Victoria Beckham lookalike.
Ziggy now faces a battle against the three other contestants in the "halfway house", all of whom must compete against each other to try to stay on the programme.
He joins Jonty Stern, a 36-year-old who works in a museum; glamour model Amy Alexandra, 21; and Shanessa Reilly, a part-time care assistant who is 27.