The 47-year-old has been a divisive housemate thanks to her, er, love of talking about herself and how she often brings the topic of gender into discussions.
Celebrity Big Brother airs at 9pm on Channel 5.
"It's the confusion thing that really irritates me and I still feel like that shouldn't be around", she said.
In the first of tonight's two shows, viewers saw India predict that she would be the first to leave - confessing she "got it wrong" with her "early outbursts".
Emma Willis also probed more about India's view on her time in the house, which has focused heavily on her transgender story.
Although Willoughby has represented the trans community in the house, she has received criticism for making a series of disparaging remarks against members of the drag community while in the house.
The former Coronation Street actress slammed the transgender newsreader as she told her to stop playing "the victim".
The pair were put up for eviction during live, face to face nominations on Tuesday.
The dancer admitted he didn't reveal his sexuality until after his mother Joan passed away because he didn't want to "hurt her", but his close friend Freddie - who tragically died from AIDS in 1991 - kept trying to encourage him to follow in his footsteps and share is sexual orientation to the public.
After Big Brother's announcement, India fumes: "I'm all for winning but it is a bit sexist I think". "It has always been my dream to be on the show", she said.
"I'd never had them before", India insisted.
India said: "I'm certainly trying to get on with people".
"Me", replied Amanda. "That's all".
Bookmakers had India as odds on favourite to be evicted. Drag is more performance-based, hers is about gender identity.
India believes it was the work of "Martians".