Sherrie Hewson, Stevi and Chloe-Jasmine leave CBB house
Sherrie Hewson, Stevi Ritchie and Chloe-Jasmine Whichello have left the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house.
Natasha Hamilton has come third on 'Celebrity Big Brother'.
The Atomic Kitten singer was "over the moon" with her placing on the show but admitted she had felt constant "tension" during her stint in the house.
She said: "I thought I was a calm and collected person but by day two there was a knot in my stomach. There was tension."
And Natasha was particularly shocked to be embroiled in a row as soon as she entered the house, but insisted the regular arguments didn't bother her too much.
She said: "I was in the house 10 minutes and Farrah [Abraham] was screaming at me, so I was thrust into it. I was shocked, I was really taken aback, I went out to give the olive branch and she just went bezerk.
"I'm a lot older and to me it's just noise, I don't think I felt threatened but I don't want to be screaming and shouting, and have someone running up at me.
"But I went in and said I wasn't going to be bullied or a pushover, I had all that when I was a kid and I'm an adult now."
Natasha existed shortly after Bobby Davro, who placed fourth and admitted he had "loved every second" of his stint on the show.
He said: "It's a fantastic result for me I'd have liked to have made top three but I'm happy with four.
"I've never laughed so much in four weeks I laughed every day and it was fantastic."
And Bobby also admitted he will be using his time in the house as inspiration for his comedy shows.
He told host Emma Willis: "Come and see one of my shows, I've got a lot to say about everyone in the house so come and buy a ticket."
Voting continues for the winner of this series, with James Hill or Austin Armacost set to be named the winner later.
The 'Loose Women' presenter has finished in sixth place in this series of the competition, having scored the lowest number of votes this week, just behind the couple, who counted as one housemate.
The trio left the house together to a mixture of cheers and boos, with the hostility mainly appearing directed towards the former 'X Factor' contestants, who had earlier been jeered by the audience whenever they appeared on screen.
In her exit interview, Sherrie appeared close to tears as she discussed how "emotional" she had found the show.
She said: "I've had the most fantastic time but it's been an emotional rollercoaster...
"I am emotional, I don't know why. It's been a rollercoaster of emotions, I loved everyone but it really gets to you."
Meanwhile, Stevi and Chloe-Jasmine admitted they "worried" about the pressure of being in the house together.
Chloe-Jasmine said: "We were so worried about our relationship the whole time. We've learned so much from being in there."
Voting continues for the winner of this series, with Bobby Davro, James Hill, Natasha Hamilton or Austin Armacost set to be named the winner later this evening (24.09.15).