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In pictures: Big Brother Eviction

Ulrika Jonsson

This year's winner of Celebrity Big Brother, Ulrika Jonsson said: "I would recommend going into the house - I don't regret going in at all it was an amazing experience."

Ulrika Jonsson

Despite scooping the winning title, the former weather girl was booed by the crowd every time her name was mentioned.

Terry Christian

Terry Christian said he enjoyed every moment in the house and he had planned to "have a laugh".

Davina McCall and Terry Christian

Rap star Coolio described his pal Christian as a "true Brit with a dry sense of humour".

Coolio

Best known for his 1995 song Gangsters Paradise, Coolio revealed it had been his intention to irritate his fellow housemates.

Verne Troyer

Actor Verne Troyer had been the bookies favourite to win, but he came fourth.

Verne Troyer and Davina McCall

Best known for playing Mini Me in the Austin Powers movies, Troyer is just 2ft 8in (83cm) tall and is one of the world's smallest men.

Crowd

The crowd cheered when Troyer left the house and chanted his name. Host Davina McCall said some were calling for him to go back in.

Ben Adams

Ben Adams, who is best known for singing in the former boy band A1, came fifth.

Michelle Heaton and La Toya Jackson

All the former housemates, including Michelle Heaton and La Toya Jackson, attended the live final.



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