Big Brother favourite Vinnie Jones was celebrating today after two of his rivals were booted out of the celebrity house.
Stephen Baldwin and Sisqo left in a double eviction last night, leading Jones to declare that the two who went against his leadership had "both bitten the dust".
The 45-year-old actor and former footballer added his time in the house was the "longest I've gone without spending any money" and, when asked if his wife would be in Harrods every day making up for it, said simply: "It's not her in a million years."
His comments came after celebrity evictee Sisqo accused Jones of having his favourites in the house and described him as "bossy".
The 31-year-old US rapper, who became famous with the Thong Song, said: "It seemed like Vinnie was the official unofficial leader of the house and it kind of seemed like double standards when it came to rules.
"He had his own set of rules for whoever his favourite was."
And Jones made his views on his fellow housemates clear, describing socialite Ivana Trump as "a bit of a pain" and saying of actress Stephanie Beacham: "If Steph sits on any more fences she's gonna get splinters in her a***."
Speaking in the Diary Room after Trump survived the public vote last night, she said: "It is what it is. I am very honoured."
Earlier, Beacham cried at the thought of spending time in the house without Baldwin, who read the Bible to the housemates during his 20-day stint.
"It genuinely moved me - the idea of not having the bible," she told Big Brother.