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Rapper Lady Sovereign voted off Big Brother

Lady Sovereign
Lady Sovereign did not get on with her housemates

British rapper Lady Sovereign has become the third celebrity to be booted out of the Celebrity Big Brother house.

The 24-year-old, whose real name is Louise Harman, was heavily criticised by her housemates for being lazy and not helping with housework.

The star, who was booed by the crowd as she left the house, told presenter Davina McCall she did not regret anything she did during the show.

"People were being so petty about things in there and blaming it on me."

The artist, who said she wants Sisqo to win, added: " All the housemates kind of ganged up on me, singled me out.

"I reacted in quite a snappy way. They were difficult to live with. I just stood up for myself."

During Monday's show all the housemates were asked to nominate again.

Socialite Ivana Trump received five nominations, including one from Stephanie Beacham, who has been her closest friend in the house.

Actor Stephen Baldwin received four nominations, while Sisqo received three.

Two of them will leave on Friday in a double eviction.

Katia Ivanova and Heidi Fleiss were the first two celebrities to be voted off the Channel 4 show.



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