Daniel Baldwin has become the first person to be evicted from Celebrity Big Brother.
The actor, director and producer, and brother of Alec, William and Stephen, left the house after securing the fewest votes in a public poll which saw viewers call in to save their favourite star.
After the eviction Baldwin told host Emma Willis that he had remained "true to himself".
He added that, having not been involved in many confrontations in the house, he had thought: "Have you done enough to make the public say 'hey, I want him to stay?'"
Apart from being part of one of Hollywood's most famous families, Baldwin, 54, is known for his numerous run-ins with the law and his battle with drug addiction. His brother, Stephen, also previously appeared on CBB.
He was booted out of the house after the public voted to save Farrah Abraham, Jenna Jameson, Chris Ellison, Janice Dickinson, and couple Chloe Jasmine Whichello and Stevi Ritchie.
Earlier in the show, Diana, Princess of Wales's former butler Paul Burrell left the show having spent four days in the house teaching the American contestants how to be good servants to the British housemates - who had become Big Brother's royal family.
On being "welcomed back to reality" by Willis, he said: "It is good to be back, but sad as well."
Before his stint in the house, Mr Burrell told the Press Association: "That's something they may not understand, but to be a servant is not to be servile ... it's to be proud, to want to serve, to have a passion.
"I was proud to serve the Queen and Princess Diana. I hope they'll get something of that from me."