There was no close call over the third house mate evicted on Big Brother after saleswoman Sarah Wentworth-Perry was clearly the least popular on Sunday night.
Wentworth-Perry was up against Brisbane vet Ray and fellow NSW house mate and check-out chap Bradley.
Big Brother fans are this season being asked to save and not evict house mates.
Unlike the previous week when only a few per cent separated the three males up for eviction, it was a clear-cut decision.
Ray obtained 50 per cent of the votes cast to save a house mate while Bradley, who was up for his second straight nomination, received 32 per cent.
That left Sarah with a miserly 18 per cent of the vote to become the second female evicted on the rejuvenated series on the Nine Network.
There are now only 11 contestants remaining in the house - five women and six men - and intruders are tipped to soon invade the compound at Dreamworld theme park on the Gold Coast.
Wentworth-Perry told Big Brother host Sonia Kruger her four weeks in the house were amazing and the experience made her more aware of her own behaviour."... little things gets in your way," an upbeat Wentworth-Perry told Kruger during the telecast.
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