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Georgina Leigh Cantwell has been nominated to leave the 'Big Brother' House

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Georgina Leigh Cantwell has been nominated to leave the 'Big Brother' House

Georgina Leigh Cantwell has been nominated to leave the 'Big Brother' House.

The 26-year-old - who is currently dating her on-screen housemate and model Jackson Blyton - has been nominated by housemates to be evicted from the Channel 5 show during Tuesday's episode (28.06.16), alongside Andy West, Evelyn Ellis, and Jayne Connery.

Explaining the choices made, Evelyn said: "I feel like she [Georgina] has come into this house hating the world.. that negativity is really annoying."

Andy also selected Georgina as one of his two options to quit the programme because he believes she is putting on a false persona.

He explained: "I can't help but feel she [Georgina] is putting on a bit of a show since Jackson has come back."

And Georgina voted for Andy on the basis she finds him manipulative.

She said: "He is manipulative, he is sly, and very patronising."

Meanwhile, the 49-year-old blonde beauty - who received 10 votes in tonight's episode - was chosen to quit the reality television show alongside the other three stars based on her bad moods and her inability to take part in fun activities with her fellow contestants.

Speaking about his reason behind voting for Jayne, Huey said: "There's been times when she has been very very moody. ... I think she has come to the end of her road."

Whilst Emma explained: "Jayne has quite rapidly lost her cool, and become quite irate."

And Alex Cannon added: "Jayne separates herself from the group. I feel an obligation to go over and talk to her."

Meanwhile, Georgina claimed Jayne's character drastically changed since the previous nomination, which saw her transform into a "demon in the morning".

Although Jason Burrill voted to out Jayne, he believes Jayne's experience would be more enjoyable if she integrate herself more. Speaking about his vote, he said: "So be here and be part of it, enjoy it and embrace it."