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4th Evictee: It's Sree Dasari

Sree Dasari has become the 4th Evictee of Big Brother 10.

Awaiting the news of who would shortly be sent home, Sree sat with Lisa on one side and Karly on the other, both girls clutching a hand tightly in support. Noirin held rival Freddie's hand, and just before Davina announced the result of the pubic vote, Siavash leant-over to hold Fred's other hand in a 'Good Luck mate' type gesture.

When Davina said Sree's name, the Student Union man smiled but looked totally shocked, while Karly just sat there, her mouth agape. Freddie sat back in his chair and beamed out-of relief, as Noirin gave him a big hug and Marcus quickly followed suit.

Siavash and Charlie then gave Freddie a quick kiss to celebrate his victory, a stark contrast to previous weeks when virtually no-one acknowledged his success during the evictions.

When it came time for the Indian housemate to leave, Sree uttered: "It's alright, don't worry. My new job is waiting," then said a quick goodbye to everyone in turn, congratulating Freddie and joking that he hadn't managed to break the four-time eviction survivor's run of success.

But as Sree headed for the stairs the nerves seemed to kick-in, the 25-year-old breathing more heavily in anticipation of what was to come. And as we all know, that would inevitably be a throng of boos!

Wearing sunglasses and kicking the doors impatiently, Sree walked straight-out when the double doors finally opened. He boldly strode along the walkway, past the baying crowd, met with Davina and then stopped to give a confident pose for the press. Sree was just one interview away from freedom.

The man that fans mockingly nicknamed 'Personally Me' had received a substantial 85% in the public vote, and is survived by fellow nominee Freddie (Halfwit) and nine other housemates. Sree came 11th in the game, out-of sixteen contestants.

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