While it's not her first eviction, this one seemed to be her last. There was no secret bunker for Little Sister this time, where she'd have all the tea she could desire, and the chance to make Garth Saville into a house butler and give Mat Garrick three shades of tan.
This time she'd be going back to her kids in Perth for real, saying on her way out: "Goodbye house. Best experience ever!
"This experience has made me realise I'm stronger than I thought I was," she said. "I always had a cup of tea before a challenge. I think that was my secret weapon, tea-drinking and my lip gloss. I'm going to miss Big Brother . . . that voice just gets me . . . honey, honey, talk to me more!"
On Instagram she reflected on her overall experience, thanking the show for "giving me a voice, a platform and an opportunity to be me". "I signed up for this amazing experience wanting to bare it all. I was vulnerable, open, bold and kind. I met some amazing people who will be forever friends. As I take my last bow, I'd love to say thank you to my big brother family, my producers, my fans, Australia and the world. THANK YOU 🙏🏾 now . . . Play on players!"
Angela, thanks to her don't-mess-with-me energy, strategic brain and the power of lip gloss, was definitely a favourite among fans. Watching her be evicted again, after we were so relieved to see her saved the first time, was almost too much for people watching along at home.
Who will lead the wild gameplay on the show now? Who is going to always tell people what she really feels — even if it's about something as simple as camping being a bit rubbish? And will Australia keep tuning in?
Here's what people online had to say about the loss of an icon from the Big Brother house: