‘Big Brother Canada’ evicted houseguest Christine: ‘It’s constant chaos’
In this week’s eviction episode of Big Brother Canada, Vancouver, BC native Christine Kelsey was sent packing from the BBCAN house. HOH Loveita insisted that her other nominee, Cassandra, was the target, but as they say, the pawn always goes home.
Global News spoke with Kelsey about her semi-surprise eviction (she kind of saw it coming), who she thinks is going to get to the end, and how absolutely disgusting the house was.
Global News: How shocked are you to be evicted?
Christine Kelsey: I’m not shocked, I’m just disappointed. We knew it was coming, it was just a matter of one or two votes. Shock factor, no. Disappointment factor, huge.
Do you think you could have gone all the way?
Absolutely. Everybody thinks they could go all the way. [Laughs] I have a lot of things in my mind that I was going to do. Being older is a little helpful, too. I could do things that the younger ones wouldn’t think of. That’s why Tim has an advantage as well, just more experience.
I wanted to take out some big dogs. I didn’t want to play it safe… play it simple at first, and then do some attacking. I was ready to play hard.
What are your thoughts on being evicted?
This sucks. This sucks. This sucks. If someone said I could go back in, I would do it in a heartbeat.
Who/what do you think was most responsible for your eviction, and why?
I still don’t know why Loveita put me up specifically. I kinda get it, I guess, because she was playing safe. The only two people left [who she wasn’t aligned with] were Cassandra and me, so she didn’t really have a choice.
What was the hardest thing to deal with in the BBCAN house?
Living with 16 children that… I don’t know what the hell was going on. They were pigs. I was always running around the house saying, “These people are animals! This place is a zoo!” Unruly little rats, they left stuff all over the place. Everybody in the house hated it, but no one would admit they were doing it. Constant chaos everywhere, all the time.
The food situation was really bad. They didn’t know how to plan anything. We’d get all this food, and it would have to last seven days, but they’d eat it all in two days so we’d starve for the five days. It was so annoying. Jared and Tim were the only ones who got it.
No, I don’t. I never have regrets in life.
Any predictions on what’s going to happen and who’s going to take it all?
Zero predictions. Honestly, it’s anybody’s game now. I think Tim will take it to the end with somebody, but I don’t know who that somebody is going to be.
Big Brother Canada premieres on Global, Wednesday, March 2 at 9 p.m. ET/PT and airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT, Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT (eviction episode), and Sundays at 7 p.m. ET/PT. Viewers who miss the premiere can catch up on Big Brother Canada for free following the broadcast the next day on BigBrotherCanada.ca and Global Go.Follow @CJancelewicz
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