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BIG Brother Africa Revolution's latest evictee, Tanzania's Elizabeth Gupta, can't wait to find out if the man in her life back home is eager to see her.
"I have not spoken to my boyfriend yet and I am really excited to find out if he is still my boyfriend or not.
" I do not think I gave him any reason to doubt me, and if he felt a little bit jealous that is normal - then I know that he loves me," Elizabeth said.
Despite advances from Nigeria's Kevin, who often declared his love, Elizabeth kept her distance.
"Kevin is a nice guy and I did not expect to meet someone like him in the house.
"I didn't take him seriously when he told me he really liked me.
" I was so rude to him at times because he was not getting the point that I was not interested.
"I did however become very close to him."
She said she valued the experience of being in the house. Now she wants to go back to school.
"I need to be a professional so I am going to pursue studies in theatre and the arts."
She is not bitter she was evicted.
"Everything happens for a reason and maybe I will earn more money than was offered on Big Brother."
Elizabeth, crowned Miss Tanzania 2008/9, is already a top TV presenter.
She enjoyed her stay. "It is a reality show and it takes guts to be in the house.
"I have a lot of respect for the people in the house.
"I am looking forward to going home and making them proud."
Elizabeth was very skittish about whether anyone had become intimately involved while in the house.
"What goes on in the house you can't really tell. I can't speak for other people.
"For me, even if I went to bed with someone, only that guy and I know what really happened."
Her money is on Kevin to win. "If not Kevin, then it should be Emma."
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