Emma Willis asked India whether the outcome would have been different if the men of the house had been in charge of the eviction.
India, the country's first transgender newsreader, said: "I should've just waited for the questions to come and answer them one by one rather than burying people under a load of statements and viewed". But legally I do have to say, Tom Reed Wilson everyone!'
"I think he'll definitely win it", she said. I love Big Brother.
In scenes to air tonight, a sheepish India admits in the Diary Room she's cringing looking back on her behaviour.
"I'd never had them before", India insisted.
'Where as now it was odd for me because you hit that moment but then you get, like, a little bit extra'.
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'I watch Big Brother every year and I know it's crucial to get a good bed, it was paramount in my head, as soon as i got in the house I wanted a good bed, I didn't see that it was Ann's bed, ' she said.
"No-one wants to be the first to go".
India has been at the centre of several rows during her time in the house so far, including some with actress Amanda Barrie.
"I've even made up with Amanda today, who has irritated me beyond belief, but life is too short".
Courtney remains firm favourite for first place, boasting odds of 5/4 with bookmakers Coral, but former Conservative politician Ann is closing in on her immaculate make and sequinned gowns.
The 47-year-old has been a divisive housemate thanks to her, er, love of talking about herself and how she often brings the topic of gender into discussions.
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.