During her post-eviction interview, India - a self-confessed Big Brother superfan - said: "I didn't feel I did myself justice to be honest and that is my one regret".
Shane J replied: "Come on Ann, you have to acknowledge that men have done some frightful things to women".
India quickly said to presenter Emma Willis: "I was expecting a hail of bullets".
Emma Willis also probed more about India's view on her time in the house, which has focused heavily on her transgender story.
The newsreader has claimed she was previously abducted by aliens, and we have a feeling she was being completely serious.
Later in the episode, when Shane was dressed as Courtney, Love Island star Jonny Mitchell told her that Andrew is probably attracted to her, sharing: "I reckon you break his walls down a bit - metaphorically, not physically".
She admitted she "spoke far too much" about her gender in the house, saying: 'I should have kept my gob shut and waited for the questions instead of burying people under a load of statements and views.
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'Where as now it was odd for me because you hit that moment but then you get, like, a little bit extra'.
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She added: "I think those early outbursts have cost me. I'm not an embarrassment on the outside". I love the experience ... but did I give my best show?
India insists she wants to stay.
India said: "I'm certainly trying to get on with people".
Her housemates weren't so sure, though.
India concluded with the theory she believed it was martians who had abducted her.