The 90-minute reality show averaged a respectable 5 million (23.2%) from 9pm. The show ended its five week run with its second highest audience of the series. The opening show attracted 5.3 million (3.6%) on 16 May.
Overall the£12 million series has found the going tough with viewers and has attracted a series average of 3.6 million (18.4%). By the third instalment viewers had fallen to 3.4 million (17.3%). Towards the end of the series though viewers had started to return to the show with last Monday's show (13 June), also at 9pm, attracting 4.2 million (18.4%).
Amongst the commercially important demographic of 16-34 year-olds the entire series averaged a share of 25.3%.
The ITV1 show easily saw off the challenge from Channel 4's Big Brother. C4's own reality show, at 10pm, managed to attract 3.4 million (18.5%). Earlier at 9pm, Time Team Specialgained 1.5 million (7%).
The high profile shows on C4 or ITV1 though could not match BBC1. The penultimate episode of New Tricksadded an extra 500,000 viewers from the previous week to average 7 million (32.2%) while the Ten O'Clock Newshad 5.6 million (27.3%).
Earlier in peaktime BBC1 launched its new series Geldof in Africaat 7.30pm. The first in a six-part series presented by campaigner Bob Geldof gained 2 million (11.6%). It faced stern competition though from ITV1 with an edition of Coronation Streetwith 9.2 million (53.4%). The later episode of the soap an hour later had 9 million (44%).
EastEnderspulled-in the viewers to BBC1 at 8pm with 8.6 million (46.7%).
Five's first 90-minute history show Stonehenge? Livetook a steady 900,000 (4.5%) at 7.30pm while C4's final Spirituality Shopperat 8pm took 500,000 (2.4%).
BBC2's extensive live tennis coverage from the first day's play at Wimbledon proved to be a hit with viewers. The three hour coverage from 5.35pm averaged 1.3 million (8%). The channel's three hour afternoon coverage from noon picked-up 700,000 (13%).
BBC1's own afternoon coverage from 1.40pm was supported by 1.6 million (24.5%).