Pamela Bach-Hasselhoff has become the second person to be voted out of the Celebrity Big Brother house.
The 48-year-old former Baywatch actress said to her housemates as she left: "Angels are watching over you guys. I love you."
She lost out to Darryn Lyons, 46, who received more public telephone votes.
In an unexpected twist at the end of the show, Pamela was given the choice to save four of the housemates from eviction on Friday.
She picked Jedward, Paddy Doherty, Amy Childs and Kerry Katona, leaving Bobby Sabel, Darryn, Lucien Laviscount and Tara Reid to face the public vote.
Asked by host Brian Dowling what it was like to face the crowd, she said: "I enjoyed it so much."
The ex-wife of Baywatch star David Hasselhoff learned twins Jedward were the only people who didn't vote for her to face eviction, which meant all seven remaining contestants wanted her to be kicked off the show.
The actress - who wanted to be called by the nickname Buttercup - blamed Australian-born Darryn's "back-talking" for all her nominations, but she said: "That's what Darryn was telling people, and they were telling me after the fact. I didn't know if it was true or not."
Asked about her chattering in her sleep, she said: "I've been talking in my sleep ever since I was a little girl. I don't know what I said."
She summed up her time on the show, which saw Sally Bercow get booted off first, by telling the host: "I had a great time."