India, who was the UK's first transgender newsreader, will face Love Island's Jonny Mitchell in this evening's eviction.
As she was greeted with applause after exiting, Willoughby looked surprised and said: "I expected a hail of bullets, thanks heavens that wasn't the case".
"I would really, really like to say".
"I had so much more to offer but that's the way the cookie crumbles".
The newsreader has claimed she was previously abducted by aliens, and we have a feeling she was being completely serious.
And The Apprentice star even admits himself in the diary room he has the hots for the Ru Paul's Drag Race star after a few tipples.
A self-described Big Brother superfan, Willoughby said: "My tactics were all over the place and I think in terms of it being an intellectual show once you're frozen out it's really hard to get back into the conversation".
Friday's eviction candidates had been picked by the women of the CBB house, after winning a set of challenges.
Rylan said: 'Oh he's going to get a bunch of fives. But Shane I'm cool with and I think it's because I know who's behind the exterior, ' she said.
Candid: Asked if she was playing a game in the house, she said: "My tactics were all over the place".
'I was psyched up to mix it a little bit, some confrontation, stir things sup and cause a little trouble'.
Since Tuesday, viewers have been voting to save either India or Jonny. I don't really feel I did myself justice. I love Big Brother.
"I should have come in and kept my gob shut, but it's pointless, I got it wrong and I know that".
India believes it was the work of "Martians".
'He's the most popular person in the house, he's the star of the show.