The latest Survival of the Fittest 2018 results are in but who left? This time, the Boys were in charge.
They had the power to kick out one of the girls, and it was Sydney Devereaux who left Survival of the Fittest in tonight's show.
Earlier this week, the girls won the latest head to head challenge, securing them safety from the public vote.
The boys went up for the viewer poll and last night the girls had to decide which one of them got the boot, and choosing to evict Joel Bennett.
However in last night's show, Joel was replaced by newbie Tom Wilson, who joined the boys team.
The tables then turned as they won their latest head to head challenge, putting the girls in danger.
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In this evening's episode, host Laura Whitmore entered The Lodge.
She addressed the Teams: “As you know, this is Survival of the Fittest. To stay on the Team, you have to earn your place.
"The public have been voting for who they think should keep their place on the Girls’ team.”
The two Girls with the most public votes were then revealed.
The Boys then faced a difficult decision to make: Which of the other girls will lose their place in The Lodge?
They chose to eliminate Sydney.
Speaking after her exit tonight, she said: "It was an experience to say the least! I think if I had gone in there with more of a competitive side, I could have pushed myself harder to win.
"I went in there to pull the Girls together. All I stand for is promoting women. I have an amazing mum and two beautiful younger sisters and all I want is to make them proud.
"I want to stand up for women’s rights and equality."
As for the couples the couples that have formed in the lodge, Sydney added: "Before I left I thought Callum and Maz were genuine. She is fun, bubbly and cool but as I was leaving,
"I was hearing that he might have changed his mind. I don’t think Mettisse is interested in Tristan, he is so immature. She is very mature for her age."
Survival Of The Fittest continues Saturday night on ITV2.