Celebrity Big Brother was first established as a spin-off from Big Brother in 2001.
Celebrity Big Brother continues tonight at 9pm on Channel 5.
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.
"My gut feeling, my psychic vibes are I probably will be climbing that staircase and waving goodbye to my housemates", she said.
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And now, facing eviction in tonight's show, it seems the penny has finally dropped about where she may have gone wrong.
She added: "Who knows?"
Although Willoughby has represented the trans community in the house, she has received criticism for making a series of disparaging remarks against members of the drag community while in the house.
India has repeatedly raised eyebrows during her time in the house with a series of startling comments, including a claim that she may once have been abducted by aliens, and as a result had horizontal scars on her back.
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Since Tuesday, the public were voting for which of the pair they wanted to save.
After Big Brother's announcement, India fumes: "I'm all for winning but it is a bit sexist I think".
India insists she wants to stay. "It has always been my dream to be on the show", she said.
"I'd never had them before", she reiterated.
India has been at the centre of several rows during her time in the house so far, including some with actress Amanda Barrie.
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"I've even made up with Amanda today, who has irritated me beyond belief, but life is too short".
India is Britain's first transgender newsreader.
India believes it was the work of "Martians".
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Claiming that the petition "is out and out in political interest", Dutta submitted that "except character assassination, nothing is there".