Voluntary worker Govan has been evicted from the 'Big Brother' house with 72 per cent of the public vote
Govan has been evicted from 'Big Brother'.
The voluntary worker became the second person to leave the house after receiving a stagger 72 per cent of the public vote, which he faced with Mario, Ben and Dave.
Though given a reputation for gossiping and trouble causing, the 21 year old insisted he didn't deliberately set out to stir between the housemates.
After he was shown a clip of Ben nominating him because he started a row between the broadcaster and Shabby, he said: "I don't enjoy trouble. When I caused that row, that wasn't deliberate. I'd want to be told if I was Shabby."
Host Davina McCall then showed him a series of clips of him stirring trouble and gossiping about the rest of the group, which Govan admitted was uncomfortable viewing.
He added: "It's not nice. It's hard to look people in the face after that. I don't set out to do it."
Though the rest of the house appeared surprise when his name was read out to be evicted, Govan admitted his family are not likely to have been shocked by the result.
He explained: "Before I came in, my mother said, 'You'll be up soon'. Sometimes I don't think before I speak."