The programme, which featured the eviction and interview of Sophia, is down around a million viewers on the equivalent eviction show from last year. It drew 2.87m (16.4%) on June 13, 2008.
Earlier, in the 9pm hour, the latest highlights show put in a reasonable 2.66m (12.5%), with 104k (0.6%) on timeshift. E4's Big Brother's Big Mouth followed with 417k (4.4%) at 11.05pm.
BBC One won the 9pm hour with 5.5m (25.6%) for Have I Got News For You and 3.58m (17.1%) for an Outnumbered repeat. Doc Martin took 3.59m (16.9%) for ITV1 and on Five, NCIS put in 1.57m (7.3%). BBC Two was last for the slot with My Life In Verse: Cerys Matthews, which managed 690k (3.2%).
Gardeners' World Live delivered 1.89m (9.2%) to BBC Two in the 8pm hour and on Channel 4, 1.04m (5.1%) were interested in A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away. Five's new fly-on-the-wall documentary series Air Force Afghanistan logged 838k (4.1%).
Cornershop Crunch Time: Tonight averaged 2.76m (13.9%) for ITV1 between 8pm and 8.30pm, then on BBC One, the latest visit to Celebrity Masterchef appealed to 3.21m (15.1%) in the second half of the hour.
Overall, ITV1 led primetime with an average share of 22.2% to BBC One's 21.9%. Channel 4 was third with 8.3% (+1: 0.6%), followed by BBC Two with 5.8% and Five with 5.2%.
America's Got Talent was the most-watched multichannel programme of the day, drawing 960k (5%) for ITV2 in the 9pm hour and 151k (0.9%) on timeshift. Live coverage of the Isle of Wight Festival followed with 325k (2%).
Ratings data supplied by Attentional