|Last night saw Winston becoming the first evictee of the series, receiving the most votes from his fellow housemates as part of a surprise twist.
The politician who built up 400 OFCOM complaints in his 3 day stay has accused the show of "targeting" him and trying to force him to leave house.
Speaking after the eviction, he stated: "I was targeted from the start, it was a case of ‘Get Winston Out’. I honestly believe I was a threat. It brought me back to being in UKIP."
Perhaps Winston's biggest legacy on the show will be his thoughts on gay adoption after his part comments were used as part of a task, but he feels it was unfair for them to have been brought up;
"It was set up, that was their plan, and that was to get Winston out. They could have waited with that. They know that these issues are very emotive.
But I had three, four days in the house, I got the exposure I needed, and I would recommend the whole thing to everybody."
He also continued on to DENY his homophobic statements from his entrance VT on launch night, "That’s a grotesque statement to make. I genuinely don’t remember saying that, unless somebody has it on tape and then they need to come forward."