Laura Carter says she wants to start a new chapter on Big Brother 2016 following Marco Pierre White Jr's exit.
Marco became the first evictee of this year's series in last night's live show, leaving to answer some tough questions about his antics in the house with Laura.
The pair were seen having sex on TV just days into the series, despite Marco being engaged.
While he says he was given a hallpass, the rowdy goings on between the pair didn't impress viewers.
Following Marco's eviction, Laura's initial reaction was one of surprise along with the other housemates.
She then predicted that with Marco gone, she'd follow.
"Well then I'm next!" she remarked.
Laura went on to say that she wanted to begin a "new chapter" in the house now that Marco had left.
Meanwhile, Marco has said he doesn't care what Laura gets up to now he's out.
Speaking after his eviction last night, Marco explained "She can do what she wants. She's a sweet girl and I love her to pieces, but I'm with [my fiancée] Kim, aren't I? Whatever she chooses to do, I don't care. It's her life, and I'm not there anymore. End of."
Saying he had "no regrets at all" about his time in the house, Marco went on: "The truth is, I was ready to leave. I was happy.
"I've done my time there, I made great friends, and I want to move on with the rest of my life. At the end of the day, I've done the experience. I'm happy that I've left.
"I would have loved to stay there, but the truth is, it does get a bit boring in there. Everyone's such a major character, so it is hard to leave. But I'm enjoying life on the outside at the moment."
Big Brother continues nightly on Channel 5.