Big Brother fans were stunned when fan favourite Yinrun finished fourth.
The reality show ended after six weeks on Friday night, with Jordan being named the winner, much to his surprise.
Millions of votes were cast as viewers chose between Jordan, Yinrun, Henry, Olivia, and Noky for the title and £100,000.
While many viewers were pleased with the 26-year-old lawyer’s victory, many were disappointed that Yinrun was knocked out right at the end.
During the live show, hosts AJ Odudu and Will Best confirmed her eviction, saying she hadn’t received as much support as Jordan, Olivia, and Henry.
When it was revealed that she was leaving the house, the live audience was taken aback and could be heard booing as she walked out.
Even after the winner was announced later in the show, many people were still chanting her name.
Viewers at home said they would have liked for her to be named the winner as well.
‘Nah Yinrun was robbed she deserved better than fourth,’ one person posted on X, formerly Twitter.
‘HOW did Yinrun come FOURTH. She was robbed,’ someone else shared.
Another added: ‘The crowd still chanting Yinrun. They know a robbery when they see one.’
Meanwhile others called her the ‘real winner’, while another person shared they ‘mentally and emotionally checked out’ when she was eliminated.
Someone else even accused the result of being ‘rigged’ when expressing their devastation.
Jordan received 37.8 percent of the vote, Olivia received 20.16 percent, and Henry received 19.64 percent of the vote.
Yinrun, with 17.14 percent of the vote, and Noky, with 5.26 percent, rounded out the top five.
Yinrun reflected on her time in the house after her eviction, admitting she didn’t expect to make ‘any friends,’ before expressing her delight at her close connection with her co-stars.
Yinrun admitted that she’struggled’ at first to come out of her shell after hiding behind a wall in her first week.
‘I felt like I was the outsider and like I had the least similarities with other housemates, and I didn’t consider myself as stunning enough when compared to the others,’ she shared.
‘But throughout the process my housemates supported me along the way, every single one of them and gave me a lot of advice and encouragement and taught me to believe in myself.’
Yinrun also made fun of her frequent breakdowns, joking that while her tears were genuine, there was probably no place in the house where she didn’t cry.
Big Brother is streaming on ITVX.