The Newsreader was the favourite to go and India herself predicted tonight she would be the one to get the boot from the house.
Well, nobody was expecting to hear that, right?
The presenter, who first rose to fame as a TV presenter for ITV, admitted during Friday's episode that she expected to be evicted, referencing her frequent outbursts with other housemates.
Yesterday, usually mild-mannered Amanda Barrie snapped and accused India of "playing the victim", while India was nominated by SIX housemates this week.
The first celebrity has left in tonight's results.
She said: "I peeved them on the first night with the question about gender and love, my tactics were all over the place and once your frozen out it's hard to get back in".
She added: "I don't want to put a dampner on it, but all the girls as a pack, they've decided that I'm not one of them - for whatever reason".
To which Courtney replied: "Obviously I think Andrew is cute. I'm not an embarrassment on the outside".
"I do have good bants and I can chat".
"I think I irritate the whole house, it's embarrassing", India said to Big Brother in the Diary Room.
She also claimed she had a phobia of drag queens, such as fellow housemate Courtney Act, despite being picture with one on her Twitter.
Corrie icon Amanda lost her temper with India during the latest 1950s-themed task, telling the women: "You have to leave [India]".
Jonny caused his own fair share of controversy on Love Island last summer, so there's still a chance that he could fail to secure the votes needed to keep him in the house. "It's probably a strategy so I'm not going with it anymore".
Looking shocked, India commented: "Where did that come from". "Don't worry about it".