Big Brother’s Kerry was the fourth housemate to be evicted from the ITV revival series of the show on Tuesday.
The NHS manager from Essex, 40, was up for the public vote against DJ Dylan, 39, and Dancer Olivia, 23.
And the house erupted after Noky and Trish’s cursed nominations were revealed to everyone else.
Kerry was forced to exit through a coffin, the backdoor, without saying goodbye to her fellow housemates.
Kerry gave Olivia and Dylan a hug and asked them to pass along the message that there was ‘no hard feelings’ between her, Noky and Trish.
Shock: Big Brother’s Kerry was the fourth housemate to be evicted from the ITV revival series of the show on Tuesday
Brutal: The NHS manager, 40, was up for the public vote against DJ Dylan, 39, and Dancer Olivia, 23
Speaking to Will Best during her Late & Live interview, Kerry explained: ‘I was so ready to come out, if you didn’t know I’m a mum. But this was the best experience ever.
‘I was ready, I’ve got MS, I feel fatigue, I hadn’t been sleeping.’
When asked why she was nominated, she added: ‘In my head I want to think that they knew I was ready to go but in reality they maybe thought I was moaning.’
Ahead of entering the house Kerry said she had been a lover of Big Brother for years but admitted it has always felt ‘unachievable’ for her due to her multiple sclerosis and being in a wheelchair.
Kerry and the rest of the house residents were left shocked during the last two evictions when they heard the live crowd chanting for her to be given the boot from the ITV show next.
Speaking on hearing the booing, Kerry added: ‘It gets in your nut and you can’t get it out. It wasn’t happening to anyone else, I pride myself on caring for people and loving people but I didn’t get it.
‘The two people that had left, we hadn’t had our moment yet. I hadn’t gelled with Farida or with Zak until the last day.’
It comes after they Noky and Trish were possessed and had to go into a secret room in the middle of the night where they chose Olivia, Dylan and Kerry to be up for nomination.
Tough: It comes after Noky and Trish were both possessed and had to go into a secret room in the middle of the night where they chose Olivia, Dylan and Kerry to be up for nomination
During the latest episode, the three contestants were called to Big Brother’s spooky Room 101.
There they, and the rest of the housemates, are informed they’ve been nominated by two ‘possessed’ housemates.
In an attempt to keep their cover, Noky reacts with feigned shock, gasping at the news.
‘What the f**k!’ she exclaims to the group. However, her efforts are in vain as Big Brother then reveals it was she and Trish who became possessed.
‘I definitely share a bed with one of these people so I’m quite shocked that they would choose me,’ Olivia reacts.
Elsewhere, Big Brother housemate Farida made a shock return to the house during the Halloween episode.
She appeared in ghost form during the spooky task, which sees her former co-stars gather around a Ouija Board, which spells out her name.
While many of the stars were giggling, the camera zoomed in on Farida’s former foe Kerry who looked seething when the ‘ghost’ appeared.
Adding salt to the wound of the return, Farida then said: ‘Housemates be aware somebody is manipulating the younger housemates, who are following them like sheep’ – seemingly referencing Kerry’s younger friends in the house.
‘For this week’s shopping task you must experience the terrifying horrors of my Room 101. Here you will all face your biggest fears and anxieties however not all of you will survive.’
The camera then shows the group around the Board, with Big Brother saying: ‘Welcome to my Room 101, let’s speak to the afterlife shall we’, before Farida makes her return and all eyes turn to Kerry’s staggered face.
Farida and Kerry’s beef was well-documented, with a number of tense spats between the pair reaching fever pitch when the former was evicted.
Farewell: Kerry’s exit comes after her pal Hallie, 18, was eliminated in week three
Kerry’s exit comes after her pal Hallie, 18, was eliminated at the end of week three.
Hallie blew kisses ahead of her first interview on spin-off show Big Brother: Late & Live as she was greeted as she left the house by show hosts AJ Odudu and Will
Meanwhile, model Zak, 28, was eliminated in week two of the series, and make-up artist Farida, 50, was the first of the 16 housemates to face eviction.
Big Brother continues on ITV2 and ITVX on Sunday at 9pm.
BIG BROTHER 2023: MEET THE CONTESTANTS!
HOW WOULD YOUR FRIENDS DESCRIBE YOU? ‘Loud and messy, and irritating probably.’
WHAT ARE YOU MOST LIKELY TO GET NOMINATED FOR? ‘I think I might potentially offend some people. My mouth moves faster than my brain.’
PROFESSION: Stay-at-home mum
WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITH THE PRIZE MONEY IF YOU WON? ‘I think my first priority is to sort out my housing situation. The housing crisis is just ridiculous and my housing situation has been unstable. It brings me a lot of mum guilt because I’ve got a young child. It’s my biggest incentive and motivation to win.’
WHAT ARE YOU MOST LIKELY TO GET NOMINATED FOR? ‘Being cantankerous and acting as if I don’t want to be there even if I do in my heart. They might nominate me for being disengaged perhaps or not paying everyone an equal amount of attention. They may feel left out but I can’t help that.’
TELL US AN INTERESTING FACT ABOUT YOURSELF: ‘I appeared on a TV show called The Last Leg about amputees – two years before I lost my leg!’
WHAT MADE YOU APPLY TO BECOME A BIG BROTHER HOUSEMATE? ‘I love challenges. I’ve had so many amazing times in my life, like going to Miss Universe as Miss Great Britain. I like to do something different and I think this is the next challenge I want to conquer. I want to show people what pageant girls are really like and disprove a lot of stereotypes around them. I also show what it’s like being a woman who’s worked in male- dominated fields. I want to show that women are capable of doing anything they want.’
PROFESSION: Security officer
WHAT ARE YOU MOST LIKELY TO GET NOMINATED FOR? ‘Being the biggest wind up, eating all the food and being the loudest housemate.’
PROFESSION: Customer support agent
WHAT PART OF THE EXPERIENCE ARE YOU MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO? ‘I’m most excited about being surrounded by so many people from different walks of life. I don’t think I will ever live in a house again with so many different kinds of people. I’m from China and I think it will help me be more immersed in British culture.’
PROFESSION: Dental therapist
WHAT ARE YOU MOST LIKELY TO BE NOMINATED FOR? ‘Probably just for being annoying. In Wales, we have this saying, “I’ll do it now in a minute.” So like, if I went to make food and I left a dish on the side, I have all good intentions of washing it but I’d be like, “I’ll do it now in a minute,” and it might be three hours later before I do it. So probably for silly stuff like that.’
FROM: Isle Of Man
HOW WOULD YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY DESCRIBE YOU? ‘They would say I’m quite like a lucky person or someone who really wants to experience life to its fullest and do everything that it has to offer. Someone who is kind and fun and doesn’t take life too seriously.’
PROFESSION: Food writer
HOW WOULD YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY DESCRIBE YOU? ‘I think they would say I’m particularly sociable and very chatty. I mean, I’ll be honest, my parents would definitely say I’m a bit of a snob but I take it as a compliment. I think it means you’ve got high standards and good taste. They’d say I was quite a peculiar child.’
PROFESSION: NHS manager
WHAT MADE YOU APPLY TO BE A BIG BROTHER HOUSEMATE? ‘I love the programme. It is, for me, the ultimate reality TV show ever. I’ve got multiple sclerosis and so the reason why I never applied before is because I always saw those whacking great big stairs to get into the house. It just felt a little bit unachievable because for the first three years of my illness I was in a wheelchair. When I saw it was coming back and searching for real people from all walks of life, I thought, this is my year.’
WHAT ARE YOU MOST LIKELY TO GET NOMINATED FOR? ‘I think when people are in that hangry state, that’s when I’ll wind people up and grind their gears. I think they’ll nominate me for being full on, and for my brutal honesty and oversharing of opinions.’