Steven Goode has admitted he doesn't want to go after being nominated for this week's Big Brother eviction.
In this week's Power Alliance nominations twist, new Power housemate Ashleigh Coyle is leading a secret team of housemates to nominate.
This evening she and her first ally Chris R Wright nominated Steven in secret and Big Brother then announced their decision to the group.
Steven said: "I'm alright, I knew it was going to happen, I knew I'd be up this week.
"How I look at it, form Week one, I'm very grateful to have come this far and very grateful for the experience. I'd like to get to the final and like to know I came in on the first day and left on the last day but I don't know feel like even if I do, I can't be disappointed."
Steven, who was booed by the public again in last week's live show, continued: "I hope the public's perception is going to change, but I don't think it will because s**t sticks but it is what it is.
"I don't want to go, but if I went I wouldn't be surprised and I wouldn't feel as though I've lost the experience."
Speculation then turned to just who had nominated Steven.
"This is all in the public's hands this week," declared Helen Wood with certainty, hitting back at claims that it could be another housemate with the Power by saying: "It's not!"
Steven agreed: "It must be the public."
The Power Alliance will continue to gain more secret members and make more secret nominations tonight and into tomorrow.