The Jersey Shore star left Coleen Nolan, Martin Kemp and Julian Clary in the house to fight it out for victory.
He told Brian Dowling in the post-eviction interview that it "meant so much" to get to the final, and said: "Thank you Great Britain for having me."
Shown footage of his 'love triangle' involving Danica Thrall and Lorenzo Borghese, the evictee explained that he had formerly been "bad" but now wanted to find his "princess".
"Maybe I thought it was her, maybe it wasn't," he commented.
When told that Danica had admitted to 'crossing a line' with him, the reality star said it made him feel "a little bit better", but insisted that she "probably did fancy me subliminally".
Discussing Julie Goodyear, he said she made a "360 turn", going from "grandma to gangsta mama".
The Situation finished by saying he would like Martin to win.