There was more controversy at the Big Brother house today, with new racism allegations flying about as Mohamed and Kathreya became the latest non-white housemates to be evicted.
Kathreya, from Thailand, and Mohamed, from Somalia, were evicted last night after the public vote, and race equality groups immediately swung into action.
Mohamed had been hotly tipped to win the first prize, and, like Democratic party US Presidential candidate Barack Obama, to be the first black man to win the race for the House.
No non-white housemates remain in the House.
Last night Mohamed was said to be "hungry".
The eviction of Kathreya, meanwhile, has caused uproar in her native Thailand. Thousands of people took to the streets of the capital, Bangkok, protesting at the "disgraceful way" the three-foot bespectacled beach ball was unceremoniously chucked-out of the House in her dressing gown and slippers, and without make-up.
Last night, a State of Emergency was announced by the Thai government.
Honestly, what a load of old rubbish.