Rachel Johnson was the first to nominate India and Jonny, explaining that she had chosen India because she felt the housemates were all "tip toeing" around her and the issue of her gender, and Jonny because: "I find him so attractive that I don't trust myself around him".
In the clip above, the R&B vet is among the celebrities featured on the reality show Big Brother UK.
She claimed to have a "phobia" of men in drag - meaning her odds to be evicted are 1-7.
Speaking to Dapper Laughs, she said: "I've had two rows, the bed incident.and everything else has been placid hasn't it? it's been chitty chatty sort of thing".
Last Tuesday, we saw eight famous females enter the house to begin the "Year of the Woman" series and on Friday they were joined by another eight male celebrities who were tasked with looking after the women's every need.
I've honestly never heard anyone speak so eloquently about LGBT rights with the patience (of a saint!) and respect Shane just has.
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India responded with: "Who knows?"
India has also said she doesn't get involved in LGBTQ events - leaving viewers all the more shocked seeing as they dug up pictures of her posing with drag queens at Pride. "People have done very well out of that".
The star first told housemates about her fear when drag performer Courtney Act entered the house, and fell silent when Andrew Brady emerged as Betty Swollocks after a makeover during last night's episode.
Along with one photo, she tweeted: 'Conchita - what are you doing here?
Pouting next to a drag act in one tweet in May, she wrote: "Harrogate Pride - fabulous!" Educate yourselves, listen and evolve, ' one viewer wrote.
Many watching said Willoughby's views were offensive, however Jenek defended her personal stance, which is pretty remarkable since drag is his bread and butter. Well I think she is the biggest lair and biggest attention seeker on TV!