Yikes!!!! Well, we are seeing most of that on Live Feeds, but Todrick is in the power group and he escaped going on the block, so he is riding the wave. I'm sorry things didn't work out for him to stay longer.
At this point I would love to see Miesha or Todrick leave. I guess that would take a miracle, so I will "fantasize" Shanna winning Veto, saving Todd, with Carson surprisingly putting Todrick up as a replacement.
But, with Shanna giving up...... that's a really far out fantasy.
A person's most useful asset is not a head full of Knowledge, but a heart full of Love, an ear ready to Listen, and a hand willing to Help Others.
I LOVE Carson His humor is the BEST! He knows he should have trusted Shanna now, but still maintains a sweet, endearing attitude about everything. Realizes he should have learned more about how BB is played.
When you were entering the house, you saw a lot of familiar faces. Did that help you or hurt you as you were starting the game?
It would have helped me in the game had I known that you should keep that a secret, because then you can have all kinds of little side deals. I'm just not that sneaky, and I'm a real blabbermouth, and I also wanted to play with integrity. I wasn't really thinking about being surreptitious at any time. I was just trying to be smart, play a great social game, try to win competitions, and let the chips fall where they may. That's really not how this game is designed to be played, obviously.
You did win competitions. You won a veto, you won an HOH, and you ended up sending Shanna home. Looking back, is there anything you would have done differently?
I would have done everything differently. Looking back, I feel awful having done that to Shanna. She was an original ally. Everybody in the house, at that point, was trying to turn us on Shanna, saying, "She's playing both sides" and "You can't trust her." I don't know why we believed Miesha and Todrick, the ringleaders who have been trying to get rid of me the entire time. But I honestly thought Todrick had my back. They were so convincing. They had Cynthia convinced as well. We were just like, "Better the devil we know, Miesha, versus somebody we think is playing both sides." I'm so regretful, and I want to send a big apology to Shanna. She did not deserve that. I made a terrible mistake, and I just hate the way that turned out. That is the only thing I regret about the show. Otherwise, I was challenged. It was fun. I met amazing people. I have a great friendship with Cynthia.