Cumbrian transgender star India Willoughby favourite to leave Celebrity Big Brother

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The journalist, 52, was up against Love Island star Jonny Mitchell but failed to win the vote to save so left the compound tonight.

The pair embraced after the show's presenter Emma Willis met India as she left the house, accompanying her on to the set of tonight's live Channel 5 show.

Traders at Ladbrokes and Coral have India as odds-on at 1/5 to go, with Jonny Mitchell out at 7/2.

When asked about Shane J, India told Emma: "Shane in there has been terrific".

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "India's paying the price for her antics and it's tough to see her surviving the first eviction". Not only is she heaps of fun and a total stunner, but her open mind and willingness to educate on topics from gender to sexuality makes her the CBB housemate we have literally been waiting for all of our lives.

Leading media figure John Myers, who also became a household name on Border TV, believes despite the backlash against India she will remain in the house. "People love a villain".

Rylan said: 'Oh he's going to get a bunch of fives.

She admitted she "spoke far too much" about her gender in the house, saying: 'I should have kept my gob shut and waited for the questions instead of burying people under a load of statements and views.

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Williams' quarter also includes fourth-seeded Elina Svitolina and 13th-seeded Sloane Stephens, who won last year's U.S. In my vision, I never had this, that I was going to be playing tennis with four kids".

Viewers saw her getting upset when another housemate had a drag makeover and storming off when United States singer Ginuwine said he would not date a transgender person.

Former Conservative MP Ann Widdecombe has accused the anti-sexual harassment movement MeToo of trying to destroy men.

In scenes to air tonight, a sheepish India admits in the Diary Room she's cringing looking back on her behaviour.

"While I'm not a woman as Courtney, I do have a unique experience as Courtney, especially with straight men".

India has spoken openly about her transition.

Attempting to explain photos of her with drag artists, India said: "
I was paid to do an event a year ago and some drag queens were there.

Shane J replied: "Come on Ann, you have to acknowledge that men have done some disgusting things to women".

Since then she has continued her work with ITV's local news programmes in the region, been a newsreader on Channel 5 and appeared on Loose Women and Come Dine with Me.

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