Leslie Jordan has become the second housemate to be evicted from Celebrity Big Brother.
The US actor - best known for his role in comedy series Will And Grace - was booted out of the house after polling the lowest number of public votes.
Asked if he was surprised at being voted off, he said: "Not even two days ago the public had voted me the most entertaining house member.
"I allowed people to get to me, I was screaming and cursing. I guess that's entertainment."
Jordan's career includes appearances with big names including George Clooney, Faye Dunaway, and Robert Downey Jr.
He found himself at the centre of fiery confrontations in the house.
Kellie Maloney, who used to be known as Frank and managed ex-heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis, was reprimanded for calling Jordan a "little queen".
The actor also had a furious run-in with Angelique "Frenchy" Morgan.
After being shown footage of him losing his temper in the house, Jordan said: "That's so hard, I could weep ... that's not me."
Earlier this week former Gladiator David McIntosh became the first contestant to leave the Channel 5 show.
During the show Gogglebox star George Gilbey, US actor Gary Busey and boxer Audley Harrison were told they were safe after polling the most votes.