Who was evicted on Celebrity Big Brother 2018 tonight? India Willoughby left the CBB house as Jonny Mitchell survived the public vote

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THE new series of Celebrity Big Brother 2018 has seen its first housemate sent packing after India Willoughby was voted off the show.

After receiving the most nominations from her fellow housemates along with Jonny Mitchell, India was sent home by a public vote.

 Celebrity Big Brother 2018 is back... but how how can you save your favourites? Celebrity Big Brother 2018 is back… but how how can you save your favourites?

When will the first Celebrity Big Brother 2018 eviction be?

Celebrity Big Brother 2018 returned to our screens on January 2 on Channel 5, with a special hour-and-a-half launch show.

CBB always has a shorter run than regular Big Brother, and usually lasts around a month.

Last summer's CBB 2017 was the shortest series since 2013 – lasting just 25 days.

The first eviction will take place on Friday, January 12 when Jonny Mitchell and India Willoughby go head-to-head.

 Emma Willis and Rylan Clark-Neal are back as hosts for the main show and its spin-offC5 Emma Willis and Rylan Clark-Neal are back as hosts for the main show and its spin-off

Is anyone immune from the first eviction?

Jess Impiazzi and Amanda Barrie have earned themselves immunity from the first Celebrity Big Brother eviction.

The Ex on the Beach babe and the Coronation Street legend were put to the test within moments of entering the house, having to repair a switchboard before their rivals.

They were then tasked with choosing another housemate to receive immunity, opting for Maggie Oliver.

Malika Haqq was next to win immunity after a ace-throwing competition on Day 2.

Shane J was the final housemate to be granted immunity after going head-to-head with John Barnes.

 Jess Impiazzi and Amanda Barrie have won immunity from the first eviction Jess Impiazzi and Amanda Barrie have won immunity from the first eviction

How can you vote to save your favourites from the line-up?

If your favourite celebrity housemate is up for eviction, you can vote to save them and keep them in the house.

You'll be able to vote by phone – each housemate will be allocated an ‘09’ premium rate service telephone number to call from a landline, and a 7 digit Mobile Short Dial Code number to call from a mobile.

The numbers for each housemate facing a public vote will be given out during the programme and will be displayed on the Big Brother website.

It'll cost 50p plus your standard network rate to vote, and there is no limit on the number of times you can vote.

You can call the premium rate numbers from your mobile, but it'll cost you more. However, you can't call a Mobile Short Dial Code from a landline.

What are the odds for the next eviction?

Love Island star Jonny Mitchell and newsreader India Willoughby are both nominated for the first eviction.

SunBets have India Willoughby as the favourite to be booted out of the Celebrity Big Brother house.

India is at 1/6, while Jonny is at 7/2.

Ru Paul's Drag Race star Courtney Act remains the firm favourite to win the series with odds of 11/10.

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