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Stephanie sees door in CBB eviction

Stephanie Pratt has become the fourth housemate to be evicted from Celebrity Big Brother.

The American reality star left the house after polling the lowest number of votes from the public.

After she was evicted, Stephanie was asked by host Emma Willis if she was surprised.

She said: "I am and I'm not. Every time I've been nominated I could definitely see reasons why I should be evicted."

The self-confessed "germaphobe" said: "I'm sure it got really annoying to see my germ problems. I thought there was a dishwasher."

She was close to Gogglebox star George Gilbey in the house.

"I love George as a very, very dear friend," she said.

When Emma suggested he liked her in a romantic way, she said: "I really don't think so."

She followed in the footsteps of her brother Spencer who appeared in the 11th series of the show along with his girlfriend Heidi Montag.

She has appeared in US reality show The Hills and Made In Chelsea.

Stephanie, 28, follows former Gladiator David McIntosh, US actor Leslie Jordan and Angelique "Frenchy" Morgan in leaving the Channel 5 show.

Boxing promoter Kellie Maloney was the second star to leave the house and the fifth overall.

She was greeted by boos as she was evicted.

Kellie announced that she was living as a woman after undergoing hormone therapy shortly before the show started.

She said: "I've come out feeling completely fulfilled. I had buried a lot of Frank but I want to keep a bit of him.

"I've learned a lot about myself and learned to accept myself.

"I really hope the British public have learned a lot about the transgender issue."

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