How fun is this season of Big Brother so far right?!
Loudmouths, backstabbing, and twists…oh my! I mean let’s be real, it wouldn’t be BB without it right? Every week someone gets shown the door, they’ll be hanging out on Beach Mornings to fill us in on what went right, what went horribly wrong, and more!
Scottie had a good thing going with his alliance until Fessy messed it up. Things went downhill real quick after that. What does he wanna ask Fess? Will Haleigh forgive him for seemingly throwing her under the bus? Can you imagine how hard he’ll play if he wins a second chance with the buy back? Read up!
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Whattup Scottie! What was that feeling like when you got the key and knew you made the 20th season of this epic game?
I was lost in the sauce! That was so cool – to have my own key and have my moment. When I saw my key that was such a cool moment.
First few days in the house alliances are forming, relationships are being made, and you seemed like you were calm, cool, and collected about your game. When did you sense things starting to shift, and what actions did you take immediately to make sure your side was safe going forward?
The second it was a 7-6 vote and Steve was out, I was like “oh crap, I have to re-evaluate.” From there, I was pivoting to find new friends. I felt like I didn’t trust anyone. The only person I really trusted was Steve and he went week 1, which sucks.
Let’s dive right in. Why in the world would Fessy, an alliance member of yours, put one of his own on the block? Take us back to that moment and what went through your mind that night and in the days that followed.
There are only 2 options, either he is the biggest idiot in the world, or he has another, secret alliance and they wanted me gone because I’m a wild card. He could have been the flip vote the whole time. I’m gonna give him the benefit of the doubt and say he was in a different alliance, because otherwise that guy is just so stupid.
Fessy’s not the only one who seemingly threw an alliance member under the bus. Ahem. Were you truly initially trying to convince Fessi to pick your friend Haleigh as the replacement nominee by calling her Kaitlyn 2.0?
I was not at all trying to get Haleigh on the block. I knew there was no way in hell Fessy would put her on the block. Once I didn’t win the veto, I tried to distance myself from Haleigh so when I left the house, she was out of the shadow of Scottie, so she could be Scottie-free. And I told her about the plan immediately.
Do you wish you would have played with more emotion and fire and do you believe that would have helped or hindered your chances of going further in the game?
I definitely have a lot of fire in me. I realized week 2, that’s what Swaggy did. He would come out with big fiery moments and that is what cost him. I realized with my target audience, that that wasn’t going to work and could get me in trouble.
You were the sole vote to save Rockstar. Brett raised his hand and said it was him. Why didn’t you call Brett out harder?! Fessy looked confused and he went on to nominate you.
I was 100% ready to just lay into Brett, then somehow Kaycee got into it. Every time I tried to speak out against Brett, Kaycee would talk. But in the middle of it, Fessy called off the argument. I could have gone off more, but there was a part of me that thought – Fess is on your team, he’s got to understand and know that Brett was full of it. In my eyes, Brett was doing a terrible job lying – he was sweating, looking at the ground, so I thought it was obvious he was lying and I had too much faith in everyone that they saw that he was lying.
What would you like to say to Brett if you could meet him in the diary room for a few minutes?
He is just playing his best game. From all the good bye messages, he had the only message I liked. I had hours of conversations with everyone, and he is the only one with a message I liked. He is, at least, a show man.
You told Fessy you have feelings for Haleigh. Will you try and pursue a relationship with her outside of the house?
Nope! That ain’t gonna happen.
You were the first unanimous vote of the season. Do you take that as you were the biggest threat they collectively had to get rid of?
Oh I hope so. Literally, I was some kind of wild card in their eyes and they didn’t want me to win a comp and screw up what they had going. If I wasn’t as good at competition, maybe they would have let me stay. Kaycee was on the block and she never won competitions, but I came in second in almost all of them.
When it’s all said and done, what do you think Swaggy C will tell you about the way you played this season?
Swaggy is going to be like, man you are a freaking idiot. And I’m going to be like, yep!
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