Anton in tears over Aden eviction
There were tears in the Big Brother house as Aden Theobald became the fifth contestant to be evicted.
The 18-year-old from Enfield, north London, hugged fellow housemates before he departed to massive cheers.
But back in the Diary Room, Anton Murphy was overcome with emotion, weeping as he told viewers: "I should have gone home."
The 23-year-old, from Peckham in south London, said: "It's not fair. Aden should have stayed, I should have gone home. I was getting more boos, I'm more disliked, everyone's booing me. Why did he go? I should go home.
"I love Aden. He deserves it more than me."
But outside the house, a beaming Aden appeared delighted to be reunited with club hostess Rebeckah Vaughan who was given the boot from the Channel 5 show on Sunday.
The pair, whose televised romance became the subject of much speculation, kissed to huge applause before Aden addressed the 28-year-old saying: "Do you want to be my girlfriend?"
Smiling broadly, she mouthed: "Yes".
Reflecting on his eviction and his "love affair" with Rebeckah, Aden said: "I've missed her and it will be nice to come out and spend some time with my family, I've missed my family."
Pressed by host Brian Dowling on the nature of their relationship, he added: "I love her to pieces. It's such an emotional rollercoaster when you're in there because everything in there is heightened 10 times..."