Ousted ‘Big Brother Canada’ Houseguest Jordan Tells ET Canada: ‘I Feel Betrayed’

After being blindsided by supposed ally Zach, Big Brother Canada houseguest Jordan Parhar was evicted in a 5-4 vote during last night’s episode. Today, Jordan drops by ET Canada’s studio to chat with host Rick Campanelli, who asks if he feels betrayed by Zach.

“Well, you know, to some extent yes and to some extent no,” he admits. “I feel betrayed in the sense that he should’ve used the veto on me. If he was really… if he was all about ‘Newport’ he would’ve taken me off the block, and he would have followed with the initial plan of going after a big threat in the game and back-dooring them. And I’d still be in the house, he’d still be in the house and we’d be in a decent position.”

Instead, however, Jordan says Zach “thought that he could do this and be good with everybody. He could put my life on the line, and what happens? I go home. He’s also blindsided as far I understand. I don’t think he really saw that coming either. And now the tables have turned; now Zach is in huge trouble coming up this week… people might be coming after him. And he might be coming out the door right after me.”

The next time he sees Zach, asks Rick, what will be the first words out of Jordan’s mouth?

I’ll just be like, ‘You idiot! What were you doing? You should’ve used the veto. You should’ve used the veto!’ “

At the end of the day, though, Jordan says it’s only a game, and thinks they’ll remain friends. “You know what, he’s Captain Canada, you can’t help but love him at the end of the day,” says Jordan. “He’s a great guy. Ladies love him, guys want to be him. He’s just Zach Oleynik. He’s the best. I love Zach and I mean at the end of this it’s a game. And you know, I’m sure we’ll be friends after this.”

You can catch more of Rick’s interview with Jordan on tonight’s ET Canada, airing at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT on Global.

Big Brother Canada airs three nights a week: Sundays at 7 p.m. ET/PT; Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT; and Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Plus, you can also watch full episodes online.

In addition, The Big Brother Canada Side Show airs on Slice Thursdays at 10 p.m. ET, and Big Brother After Dark airs Monday through Sunday from 3 a.m. to 6 a.m. ET on Slice.

 

 

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