Lauren Carre became the seventh person to be evicted from the Big Brother house last night, losing out in the public vote to Luke Anderson.
Lauren left the house to loud cheers from the crowd.
On her departure from the house, she was welcomed by Brian Dowling, who told her she had received the "best reception" of the series, to which she replied that she was "really happy".
She went on to comment that she was not surprised at being put up for eviction by housemates, and described Luke A as an "amazing guy" and commended "the transition he has made".
But she was less positive about her rivals in the house.
Lauren said that she was not surprised at being put up for eviction by housemates, explaining that there was a group of seven people who "find one reason to pick on someone and just all go at it".
She described the house's atmosphere as "horrible", commenting: "Everywhere you look, people are talking and whispering, you walk into a room and people stop. I didn't realise paranoia got so bad in there... it's really hard."
Lauren said she wants Adam Kelly or Luke A to win, but commenting on her and Adam's relationship, she stated that there was no chance of any romance ever happening between the two of them. The criminology student continued by saying he was a "great guy" but like a brother.
"I think we'll stay friends, he's a great guy, but he's seven years older than me. I don't think my mum would be impressed with an ex-con."
When asked who she favoured next for eviction, she replied "Caroline", saying: "She may have this lovely accent and be really good with her words, but what she says ... she even takes the p*** out of her friends, which is horrible."
"She b****** about someone, gets caught out and apologises, but two minutes later, she's bitching about them again."