Kaitlyn — literally never. Tyler — like you kind of do.
Big Brother is often compared to a marathon, but the game can still be lost in the first couple of weeks. Swaggy C had a bold goal in the pre-season.
He wanted to win the first couple of competitions, then fall back under the radar. When the house was divided to compete for a spot in a Safety Challenge, he saw his opportunity. Perhaps that gave him the focus he needed to win the final round of the Safety Competition. With safety came power. He was able to choose two move-in groups to keep safe for the week, giving half the house immunity in one fell swoop.
All had been going according to plan until Swaggy started to deviate from his strategy—he went back on his promise to keep Angela Rummans safe and became part of one of the first alliances of the season when he joined FOUTTE. While Swaggy thought he had the game on lock, one man was watching his every move through his mane of blonde hair—Head of Household Tyler Crispen.
He hatched a plan to oust the man with the plan, using information Swaggy had told him in confidence along with a bit of jealousy toward Haleigh and Faysal Shafaat to get life coach Kaitlyn to turn on FOUTTE serving as the swing vote to get Steve Arienta out of the Big Brother bath and leaving Swaggy and Baleigh visually shellshocked.
But when Kaitlyn won the next Head of Household competition, things got more complicated. She wanted to maintain secrecy about her turncoat status and played the part of the loyal ally, initially nominating Winston and Scottie Salton.
When Tyler suggested they backdoor Swaggy, she initially was receptive to the idea, but then became flighty, not wanting to turn so quickly on her friends. After Tyler won the veto and used it on Scottie, Kaitlyn decided to pull the trigger and, through sobs, sent her former ally to the block, once again blindsiding him.
With his branded T-shirts now sitting against the nomination chair, Swaggy made emotional pleas to Sam, Tyler and Kaitlyn, talking about his vulnerabilities and his desire to make it to the jury with Baleigh. Now out of the house, Swaggy talks with Parade about whether his pre-eviction pleas were sincere, who he was planning to take to the end, and his reaction to not getting a Power App.
How are you feeling today? Still the same energy. Still upset about this whole thing.
I want to start at the end. In your eviction speech, you essentially said that the house sucked for not playing the game. What were your intentions behind those statements? When I was in the house, I withheld the information.
But since my back was against the wall, I felt like I needed to tell everybody individually how people were coming after them. In my speech, I laid it out that people are doing nothing this game. They go outside, they tan, they look cute for TV, and then they make it far in this game.
I wanted to make everybody see that and try to swing some votes. That interestingly contrasts with the pitches you were making to Sam, Kaitlyn and Tyler, where you were playing up more of the emotional angle. Were those pleas sincere? Nothing I told Kaitlyn, Tyler and Sam was sincere.
Chris is Swaggy C. My goal was to say that so they could keep me this week, and then next time I won a HoH, get that out. You mentioned winning the first two competitions right off the bat. Looking back, do you regret coming on too strong?
Considering I would have been eliminated first, I would have had to fight for my life on the block. I had to do what I had to do to control what I control. I went home because of a petty argument with Kaitlyn and Tyler got in her ear about it.
After you win your heat, you come off as a bit intense to your fellow houseguests, which Baleigh cautions you against. Did that just come from your sense of competition? When Bayleigh looked out for me and said people saw me as a threat and I was coming off too strong, I was going to take that into consideration moving forward.
If they thought I was going to be a threat based off of the first competition, I had to win the second one.The Big Brother Is Watching trope as used in popular culture.
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The network has been tight-lipped about what’s to come on the popular reality series, but that hasn’t stopped. Big Brother’s house is open once more! Every week, Parade’s Mike Bloom will be bringing you interviews with houseguests as they get evicted from the game.
Now out of the house, Swaggy talks. Big Brother’s house is open once more! Every week, Parade’s Mike Bloom will be bringing you interviews with houseguests as they get evicted from the game.
Now out of the house, Swaggy talks. Kaitlyn – can you write something on my arm. I need some validation. Never mind I don’t want to force you to do anything. Tyler – I want to write the right thing. Nicole Ann Franzel is the winner of Big Brother 18 (US), who first appeared on Big Brother 16 (US).
In BB16, Nicole became best known for her showmance with Hayden Voss, and being a competiton threat: winning 3 HoHs and 2 BoBs.
After her ally Jocasta Odom was blindsided during the first half of.