BIG Brother favourite Yinrun has finally revealed the housemate who is making her cry.
The Chinese housemate broke down after admitting she felt isolated by contestants who walk away from her mid-conversation.
During the live stream last night, Yinrun, 25, was seen speaking to Matty and Trish about hearing the crowd boo Kerry.
During the live eviction, the Big Brother audience also chanted "get Kerry out".
Yinrun said afterwards: "I didn't get connected to Kerry since day one.
"I thought I could get along with her and we sleep next to each other, so I thought this will be great to get connected, but no it never happened.
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"Every day I'll say 'good morning', she'll say 'good morning, sweetheart' then she'll walk away.
"It's very on the surface."
Yinrun had previously told Trish that she's finding herself being ignored on a daily basis – but had kept the identity of the perpetrator to herself.
"It's not a nice feeling when you talk to someone and they just walk away," she tearfully told Trish.
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She also burst into tears after discovering Zak and Henry were facing eviction after five hours of nominations this week.
The Sun revealed this week Big Brother bosses are keeping a close watch on one of the housemates after she "triggered alarm bells" with her crying.
A source told The Sun: “Yinrun is facing daily struggles mainly with Kerry so we all breathed a sigh almost like relief when she spoke up about it.
"While it might appear insignificant, just saying ‘good morning’ instead of chatting properly, Kerry's habitual act of walking away is now having a significant impact on
"Yinrun. These specific instances are all building up and leading to Yinrun's feelings of loneliness and exclusion.
"Yinrun's daily 'good morning’s' to Kerry were a subtle cry for connection but were blatantly dismissed.”
Behind the scenes, crew were convinced she’d be up for eviction so would be dealt a “natural punishment” simply through the show process.
But when housemates’ votes instead put Zak and Henry up for the chop instead, furious workers were less than impressed.
A source said: “Behind the scenes Kerry is deeply unpopular with crew, who of course see and hear everything
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The homophobic slur felt like the final straw, really.
“There's a feeling of disappointment that she wasn't up for eviction; they wanted her out.”
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