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Lisa: 'I feel lucky to have got so far'

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Lisa: 'I feel lucky to have got so far'

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Lisa has become the twelfth official housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother house after receiving 68.59% of the public vote.

The 41-year-old, who lost out to the rest of the group, left the compound to a chorus of boos before posing for press photographs.

She then sat down with Davina and this week's guests, Kim Woodburn and David Schneider, to receive a model of the house's bus stop and discuss her time on the series.

The highlights of Lisa's interview:

On being evicted three days before the final: "I know it's going to be fun and it's going to be really buzzing and that. I feel like I'm lucky to have got through to this week. I thought I would've been out two weeks from when I went in."

On watching a highlights show: "I thought, 'God, I sound really common!' I didn't like my voice. And I looked like Mini-Me in that chair in the Diary Room."

On nominating this week: "I've always voted. I've never not voted. I've done everything Big Brother asked me to do. I thought, 'Just because it's the final week... I'll carry on'."

On people finding her scary: "I don't know why. I was only sticking up for people."

On spending time at the bus stop: "You needed cigarettes in that house! I was with a lot of young people, and I can be immature sometimes, but sometimes it was just silliness and I needed to get away from it, but you can't. My way of escaping was the bus stop. I do like a quiet life."

On David: "He's like me. I feel like he's just being himself."

On being argumentative: "The trouble is, when somebody tips me off like that I do argue, I shout. I calm down afterwards when I think about it. People won't understand that; when I used to watch the show I used to think, 'They ain't being fair'. You will never understand."

On her trip to London with David: "Oh wow, that was absolutely brilliant. You know, being in the house all that time. The thing I loved was that no-one knew who I was."

On the rule-breakers in the house: "I thought it was pointless breaking rules. You're only going to get punished, like when we got our food taken away. I had to think of my cigarettes as well, didn't I?"

On the prize money being taken away: "I didn't expect to win it anyway."

On what she got from being in the house: "It's shown me that I can be thrown into that situation, and I can put up with a lot on the outside, but going into something like that with everybody watching... you can do anything once you've been in there."

On who she thinks will win: "I think Rodrigo or Charlie."

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