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Karly out as boyfriend joins BB

Karly Ashworth
Karly left university after three weeks

Karly Ashworth has become the latest housemate to be voted out of Channel 4's Big Brother house - minutes after her boyfriend joined the show.

The 21-year-old some-time glamour model, from Fife, made her exit as five new housemates entered the house.

Among them was her jet-setting playboy boyfriend Kenneth, 24, and David, 28, a recycled clothing sorter.

Muslim fashion designer Hira, 25, Bea, 24, a Bohemian, and Tom, 27, a rugby-playing Tory supporter, also entered.

Less than half an hour before she was kicked out, Karly had shrieked with excitement as as she saw her boyfriend enter the house as the first of the five new contestants.

But after leaving the house during the live eviction show on Friday, she told host Davina McCall: "I've got no luck."

Five nominations

Kenneth, who has lived in Hong Kong, America and Edinburgh, describes himself as self-employed - "someone who manages his own wealth" - and divides his time between a multi-million dollar flat in the United States, his mother's country home and five-star hotels.

Karly spared fellow contestants Noirin Kelly, Sophie "Dogface" Reade and Siavash Sabbaghpour from eviction.

Ashworth and Kelly received five nominations each from their fellow housemates while Dogface and Sabbaghpour were put up for eviction this week because they swore.

The pair had been told to stop using expletives for five-and-a-half hours as a punishment for discussing nominations, but they failed.



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