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Hira latest Big Brother evictee

Big brother housemate Hira
Hira Habibshah said she had liked all her fellow housemates

Hira Habibshah has become the latest housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother house.

The 25-year-old fashion designer from Dublin left the house on Friday to face a mainly friendly crowd, most of whom cheered as she posed for press photos.

"I really had my fears about the people hating me," Habibshah told Big Brother presenter Davina McCall.

All the housemates had faced eviction this week because two of them had broken the nomination rules.

Habibshah also told McCall she had got on well with all the show's other contestants.

"I have no feelings of anger," she said. "I liked them, they've all been very nice to me."

However, she did say she believed Marcus Akin had not been particularly keen on her.

Akin was one of the housemates to have broken the nomination rules this week.

Big Brother said he had been guilty of a "premeditated and repeated attempt to influence" nominations by telling housemates he would be happy to leave.

Siavash Sabbaghpour also broke the rules by refusing to nominate when he was in the diary room.

Among the remaining housemates, Brazilian Rodrigo Lopes was the one backed by Habibshah to win, when asked by McCall.



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