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Cairon booted out of Big Brother

Cairon Austin-Hill leaves the house
Austin-Hill moved to London to study performing arts

Cairon Austin-Hill has become the latest contestant to be voted out of the Big Brother house.

The 18-year-old student, who was born in London but raised in the US, lost out against Freddie Fisher who was up for eviction for the second time.

Fisher received nine nominations. Just two housemates did not vote for him.

Austin-Hill left the house to a mixture of boos and cheers before telling host Davina McCall he was a winner because he was going "back to my friends".

He said he was not surprised to have become the third contestant to be evicted from the Channel 4 show and that he would miss housemate Siavash.

"That was a brother relationship, it was like I was looking in a mirror," he said.

"I never thought I would meet somebody on the same level as me."

Before the contestants became official housemates the public were given the chance to evict a "non-housemate" and voted out 28-year-old Beinazir Lasharie.

The following week, Sophia Brown, 26, from Herne Hill, London, lost out to 23-year-old entrepreneur Fisher, who has legally changed his name to Halfwit as part of a task.

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