Lydia Louisa has insisted that she is "happy" to be evicted from the Big Brother house.
The dancer lost out to Deana Uppal in the public vote for the Channel 5 show on Friday night.
She told Brian Dowling during her exit interview that she was not too sad to be leaving and claimed that viewers had not seen the "real" Lydia.
She said: "I am happy to be out, I was having a really hard time in there this week.
"I don't think you can be the real person in there.
"You try to be, but because it's so... intense, and because, you know, things are petty and you get, you know, it's not how you would be on the outside world."
Louisa told Dowling that she plans to maintain her friendships with Luke Anderson, Adam Kelly, Lauren Carre, Sara McLean and Benedict Garrett.
However, she accused some of the housemates of scheming against her.
She added: "The others were plotting and I felt like I had to do the same."
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