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Big Brother gives Sree the boot

Sree Dasari
Sree had previously said he wanted to leave the show

Sree Dasari has been evicted from the Big Brother house after aspiring politician Halfwit survived the public vote for a fourth week.

The 25-year-old business studies student left the Channel 4 reality show to a chorus of boos from the crowd outside the house.

He had been nominated for eviction by five of his fellow housemates.

Speaking to presenter Davina McCall after his eviction, Sree said he hoped he had made his parents proud.

Kelly Osbourne, one of the panel who interviewed the ex-housemate, assured him that he had "impeccable manners" and described him as a "gentleman".

Bookies favourite

Channel 4 said Sree, who is the fourth official housemate and fifth person to be evicted from the latest series of the reality show, received 85.44% of the public vote.

One bookmaker has made Halfwit - who changed his name from Freddie Fisher to gain housemate status - favourite to win the show.

Coral said it had installed him as 11-8 favourite, followed by Siavash Sabbaghpour at 4-1, ahead of long-time leaders Rodrigo Lopes and Charlie Drummond.

"Freddie is proving as invincible as Roger Federer at the moment and, like at Wimbledon, it's going to take someone special to defeat him," said Coral spokesman Gary Burton.

Coral said Rodrigo was 9-2, Charlie 6-1 and Noirin Kelly 12-1 to win outright, with Lisa Wallace a 66-1 outsider.



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