TV presenter Gail Porter and US hip hop artist Fatman Scoop have been evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother house.
The pair were up against American model Janice Dickinson and The X Factor rejects Chloe Jasmine Whichello and Stevi Ritchie.
Music star Fatman Scoop, 35, was asked by host Emma Willis how it felt to be out, and he said: "For the record I just want to say one thing. I was put up for eviction and nominated because I refused to slag off my friends. Where I come from a man doesn't slag his friends ... I don't talk behind people's back."
Scottish TV personality Porter, 44, said she had an "amazing" experience, but speaking about her earlier time in the house, she said: "Sharing a bedroom with a bunch of people ... there are a lot of egos in one room. I missed my daughter and my friends and family.
"Two days felt like two years ... and they were so loud ... you can't go anywhere ... I'm so happy to be out."
Last Friday, Farrah Abraham and Jenna Jameson returned for a ''secret mission'' following a double fake eviction.
They went into a secret room and were given control of nominations - but all was not as it seemed.
The pair were told by Big Brother that they would live in luxury, be able to spy on their housemates and be in control of deciding who would go up for eviction .
Jameson was asked to make her first nomination and automatically named The A-List: New York star Austin Armacost. Abraham described him as ''heartless".
Willis then revealed the final twist and told the crowd that Armacost will now get immunity along with anyone else who is nominated for eviction.
Earlier in the series, glamour model Tila Tequila was removed from the house after posting ''totally unacceptable'' views on social media.
Channel 5 said it had been unaware of the ''views and attitudes Tila had expressed'' before she entered the house and her continued involvement in the show was ''untenable''.
More than 500 people signed a petition calling for the US TV personality to be evicted after she allegedly posted a series of anti-Semitic remarks online.
Actor, director and producer Daniel Baldwin - brother of Alec, William and Stephen - was the first person to be evicted.