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From the start of the season, viewers witnessed a house divided, split votes and gameplay that is reminiscent of earlier seasons and might explain why audiences have been so drawn to this twisted summer-long social experiment.
This season’s entertainment value is rooted in its cast of all new standout characters including Swaggy C, Scottie, Tyler, JC, Sam, Rachel, Rockstar, Bayleigh and the most recent evictee Kaitlyn.
For Kaitlyn’s part, her game is over, but she’s hoping for a Bayleigh victory. The 24-year-old life coach tells The Hollywood Reporter, “I would be honored to be a part of the cast where she is the winner.”
Below, Kaitlyn opens up further about regrets, Tyler hinting she was the one leaving and being a “fearless player.”
Editor’s note: This week, all interviews with the latest evictee were done via email.
How do you think JC’s vote for you to stay will impact Tyler’s game going forward?
It will have to depend on who people believe. If the house believes it was Tyler who voted to keep me than maybe Tyler is the next target. If JC comes clean that it was him, then perhaps he would be the next target.
Did you know ahead of time that you were going to be evicted?
You know, I had a feeling. I was in the bathroom with Tyler about 10 minutes before the live eviction and he grabbed my hand and said, “I’m sorry for everything. Please don’t forget that you were the realest part of this game for me and that I will win for you.” And then he just said, “Please forgive me.” At that moment I knew I was going home and that I would be disappointed in some of the moves I made.
You said that you want to see Bayleigh win this season. What’s her best shot?
Bayleigh is a super aligned person. She knows how to excuse herself from tense situations and she knows how to realign with love. That is a very powerful skill to have, especially in the Big Brother house. If she continues to stay on this path she has a very good chance at winning. I would be honored to be a part of the cast where she is the winner.
She received the third power app.
She DOES!!!! OMG. No. I am freaking out. I figured because Swaggy was evicted so why wouldn’t she? That is so funny.
Who are the players you don’t want to see win the game?
Honestly, I can’t answer that question. I love these people. They are my family. I am rooting for all of them. This is a hard game and every single one of them is deserving of the grand prize.
Was there anything you did or said in the house that you regret?
I definitely regret my impulsive nature at moments. I regret the way I handled confronting Brett about the fact that he threw me under the bus to Scottie. My delivery could have been much better so I am definitely a little embarrassed about the way I handled that. Aside from that I really can’t say I have any regrets.
Where do you think your gameplay ranks compared to those who have played before you?
I definitely proved to be a fearless player. I got a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be on Big Brother and I certainly did not play it safe.
Big Brother airs Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday on CBS.
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