It seemed like actor Todd Bridges slept and snored his way through the first half of Celebrity Big Brother. But in reality? It was part of his strategy, people. Entertainer Todrick Hall and UFC champion Miesha Tate formed an alliance early on and stayed in control for most of the game.
When Queer Eye star Carson Kressley won Head of Household, he put Miesha and Todd up for eviction. Todrick told Carson and Real Housewives of Atlanta alum Cynthia Bailey that their ally, Shanna Moakler, was playing both sides of the Big Brother house. That part was true, but then Todrick lied and said that Shanna wanted Carson out.
Carson believed Todrick, his colleague on RuPaul’s Drag Race, over Shanna, and Shanna was sent home via the back-door. Carson regretted his decision immensely once he was evicted and actually watched the show.
When Lamar Odom, Khloe Kardashian’s ex-husband, was voted out during the Double Eviction, he wasn’t happy with Todrick. Todd was finally ousted after making it to the top four. While on his way out, he told host Julie Chen Moonves that he admired Todrick’s incredible social game and planned to vote for him.
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Well, Todd watched CBB after he went home, and he was saltier than a bag of chips. Todd told TV Insider before the finale that he “was always in the game. People thought that I was sleeping, but I was listening to what other people were saying. I was watching. I was hearing,” Todd explained. “I wanted to wait before I made my move. That’s how I made it to the final four. I stayed around long enough listening and hearing”
Todd added, “What scared Miesha and Todrick is I started winning. I stayed very close to them.”
So, when did Todd’s opinion of Todrick change? “What took me a long time to figure out was how Todrick was ready to cut my throat at any time. Unfortunately, rewatching what was going on, I realized he was not as nice as I thought he was,” the actor commented.
“Everything didn’t come together until I got out and watched the horrible things he said about me and Shanna [Moakler]. Then what he did with Carson [Kressley]. I got to see that for myself,” Todd commented.
“At the end of the day, I’m happy I played a great game. A fun game. People enjoyed watching me, hoping I can get through and win. I think it will be totally different when Todrick gets out,” he stated.
Todd said that he changed his mind about who he is going to vote for. “He won’t get my vote now. That has been cut after watching the horrible things he said about me when I was gone,” Todd said.
“Wow, man up. Have the courage to say it when I was there. I told him and Miesha I was coming for them,” Todd remarked. “The line was drawn in the sand.”
He continued, “I think Miesha played a good game. Todrick played an evil game.” Todd added, “Miesha played a pretty mean game too watching it back. They said some pretty mean things. That’s unfortunate.”
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During the CBB finale, Todd rolled his repeatedly whenever Todrick spoke in his bid to sway the jury into awarding him the $250,000 prize. In the end, Miesha claimed victory, with only Cynthia voting for Todrick.
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