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Big Brother claims first victim

Beinazir Lasharie
Beinazir Lasharie failed to pass any tasks to become a housemate

Beinazir Lasharie has become the first Big Brother contestant to be voted off this year's show.

The 28-year-old was booted out after failing to pass a series of tasks to earn housemate status.

Speaking to host Davina McCall after leaving, the Londoner described her experience in the house as "weird".

As a result of the vote, Marcus Akin, Angel McKenzie, Siavash Sabbaghpour, Sophia Brown and Sree Dasari became fully fledged housemates.

They joined Cairon Austin-Hill, Charlie Drummond, Saffia Corden, Karly Ashworth, Freddie Fisher, Noirin Kelly, Rodrigo Lopes, Lisa Wallace, Kris Donnelly and Sophie Reade who had previously qualified as housemates

The first days in the house saw contestants complete tasks including shaving off their eyebrows, walking across broken glass and changing their names by deed poll - to Dogface and Halfwit - to become housemates.

And instead of enjoying creature comforts like beds and sofas, they spent their first days living in one room with only cold porridge to eat.

Lasharie left the house after receiving only 6.8% of the public vote to stay.

Unlike usual evictions, there was no crowd waiting for the evictee and McCall conducted the exit interview inside a red double decker bus.

Asked why she was so quiet in the house when she had appeared outgoing on launch night, Lasharie replied that she had been hungry and tired but had perked up after a good sleep and a wash.

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