During her post-eviction interview, India - a self-confessed Big Brother superfan - said: "I didn't feel I did myself justice to be honest and that is my one regret".
Since RuPaul's Drag Race icon Courtney Act (real name Shane Gilberto Jenek) graced the Celebrity Big Brother house, she has well and truly won the hearts of everyone watching. I think people just see me as a Big Brother corpse at the moment, like when a bit of meat has gone off in the fridge.
"My second nomination is Jonny and not because of my loyalties on the outside because I did make it very clear I was nervous to begin with", she said.
Emma Willis also probed more about India's view on her time in the house, which has focused heavily on her transgender story.
"I was abducted by aliens, seriously", she told her housemates.
India, who was the UK's first transgender newsreader, will face Love Island's Jonny Mitchell in this evening's eviction.
She admitted she "spoke far too much" about her gender in the house, saying: 'I should have kept my gob shut and waited for the questions instead of burying people under a load of statements and views.
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"I should have come in and kept my gob shut, but it's pointless, I got it wrong and I know that".
India Willoughby has claimed she was "abducted by aliens" when she was younger.
To which Courtney replied: "Obviously I think Andrew is cute".
She added: 'I was fatally wounded in terms of the game of Big Brother. "I'm not an embarrassment on the outside".
Courtney explained how she "straddles the genders".
Corrie icon Amanda lost her temper with India during the latest 1950s-themed task, telling the women: "You have to leave [India]". Did I give my best show? No'.
Since going public India has continued her work with ITV's local news programmes in the region and appeared on a series of high profile shows.