Sam Chaloner has left the Big Brother 2017 house in tonight's results.
He's the first of three housemates who will be leaving tonight, although we all knew his exit was coming.
Sam was actually evicted on Tuesday but in a Big Brother first, remained in the house until tonight.
In this evening's live show, Sam left the house live to chat with host Emma Willis.
Sam was evicted earlier this week as part of a big prize money twist which ended when Big Brother dropped one final bombshell when the Gold team were announced as winners. Big Brother revealed that despite working in teams throughout the task, all the money raised by both groups - totally £18,900 - would go to one person.
Members of the Gold Team - Andrew, Ellie, Hannah, Isabelle or Sam - each stood behind podiums with buzzers. Although he was on the winning team, Kieran did not take part after he was 'banished' in the task earlier, alongside Raph on the opposing team.
"To claim the cash you will simply need to press the buzzer after you hear the beep. The first housemate to buzz in will win all the money for themselves," Big Brother then said. However this prize comes at a cost.
"To steal the £18,900, you must evict another housemate."
Both Andrew and Hannah went for the buzzer and it was Andrew who got there first.
He then had to pick who to evict, choosing Sam.
Andrew said: "I don't want to evict anybody, the only thing I can think of is the person I'm in the competition with.. Sam. I feel so f**king guilty."
With Sam being Andrew's only rival in the competition between the Second Chance Housemates, booting him out secured Andrew a further £15,000 on top of the £18,900 stolen from the prize fund.
Therefore, Andrew has won £33,900 and will also remain in the house until the final but he cannot win the show as a Second Chance Housemate.
Sam then remained in the house until tonight.
This evening's live show will also see a double eviction alongside Sam's exit, with Chanelle Ellie, Kieran, Tom and Hannah up for the public vote following the public vote.
Big Brother continues nightly on Channel 5.