Another “Big Brother” eviction, another shocking blindside.
This week’s victim: Bayleigh Dayton, the 25-year-old flight attendant from Atlanta, who found herself voted out by the same alliance that fought to save her just days earlier (although her major meltdown during the house meeting probably didn’t help matters much).
ET Canada spoke with Bayleigh following her eviction, as she prepares to take a seat on the “Big Brother” jury.
While her sudden eviction certainly came as a surprise, Bayleigh is circumspect about what happened. “This is the game I signed up to play,” she explains. “You are never safe in the ‘Big Brother’ house. I guess I didn’t plan as well as I thought I did.”
Placing her trust in Angela wound up coming back to bite her, but she admits that being stabbed in the back felt “more flattering than anything. When girls stab girls that they are friends with in the back, it just means they are jealous and intimidated. So it is kind of a compliment.”
Also turning on her was Tyler, whom she describes as “only 23 and clearly misguided. If he decides to apologize and wants to be friends in the future, who knows?”
If her alliance had voted to keep her, Bayleigh would still be in the house for another week. Given that awkward fact, how does she feel about her alliance? “Like I have some weak alliance members,” she quips.
However, Bayleigh insists that she’s not bitter about the way things worked out. “It is so crazy because I barely made it to jury so I don’t really have much to be bitter about,” she says. “If I had made it longer in the game, I probably would have been a little more bitter. No one really did anything to me, they just were terrified of me. I can’t really blame them for that.”
In fact, Bayleigh admits that after all those weeks in the “Big Brother” house, she’s looking forward to the relative solitude of being in the jury house. “As a flight attendant I spend most of my time by myself, so a little bit of privacy is much needed. And Fessy won’t be there to eat all my food!”