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Courtney and Louie leave CBB house

Courtney Stodden and Louie Spence have become the latest housemates to be evicted from Celebrity Big Brother.

The Hollywood wife and the choreographer are the last celebrities to get the boot before Friday's final, when the winner will be revealed.

Courtney left the house to a mixed crowd. She told host Emma Willis: "I feel I've grown into a woman now, when I went into the house I was only 18. I feel more like a woman and I'm glad this was my first time out of my country."

When asked about Lauren Harries, Courtney said: "I like people who are out there and not afraid to be who they are, and look at her."

Louie left the house to cheers from the live audience.

He said: "I may have been unappreciative of my Big Brother journey... I struggled... I'm happy I'm out.

He added: "I has been an amazing experience... Now I'm out I would have liked to have stayed... It's a mental task of endurance." When asked who he wants to win: "I champion Charlotte to win."

Lauren, Geordie Shore's Charlotte Crosby, former boyband member Abz Love, ex-Loose Woman Carol McGiffin, TOWIE's Mario Falcone and former Corrie star Vicky Entwistle will now face the public vote to be crowned the winner.

Abz is now the favourite to win the show, with evens odds from bookmakers William Hill after a flurry of bets on the Five star.

"Abz has attracted almost 85 per cent of all CBB bets in the last 48 hours and we fully expect him to go on and win this," said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.

The Celebrity Big Brother: Live Final airs on September 13 at 9pm on Channel 5.

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