Everyone On “Celebrity Big Brother” Seems To Be Mad At Todrick Hall
Celebrity Big Brother‘s third season is coming to an end tonight and the show has a clear villain in Todrick Hall. The alleged cheapskate is a ruthless contestant who is playing this shit like it’s Squid Game. Both Lamar Odom and Todd Bridges got the boot recently from the house and in exit interviews with media they both roast Todrick’s shady antics.
Since the third season of the US version of CBB debuted on February 2, houseguests Teddi Mellencamp, Mirai Nagasu, Shanna Moakler, Chris Kirkpatrick, and Carson Kressley have all been evicted. Chris Kattan quit that bitch on his own. Then this week, it was time for Lamar and Todd to go home, and it was a close one for Todd. Lamar got the boot first from UFC’s Miesha Tate and Todrick after Todd won the Power of Veto and took himself off the block from elimination, instead, placing RHOA‘s Cynthia Bailey. But it was a double elimination! And Miesha won Head of Household and also won the next Power of Veto and nominated Todd and he got booted, leaving a Real Housewife from Atlanta, Taylor Swift’s BFF, and a UFC fighter as the remaining houseguests fighting for the win.
Entertainment Tonight spoke with Lamar after his departure, and wouldn’t you know he had some words for Todrick who was apparently running a shady game!
“I don’t really have a problem with Todrick, you know? Hopefully we can be friends… I think Todrick is just caught up in fame, and what comes along with it… How to come across to people the right way. He can probably seem very vain and self-centered at times and I don’t think he meant to do that.”
“…Fame is a strong drug and if you don’t know how to harness it, or steer it, you can rub a lot of people the wrong way. Even if you don’t mean to. And I think with the lights, camera action being on him all the time, I think it made it easy for him to get into that comfort zone of “me me me.” And it ain’t really all about “you, you, you.””
“…He is a self-made star, or celebrity, which I can respect. But, you know, there is a lot of responsibility that comes along with that, and at 36, I think he is still learning who Todrick really is.”
Lamar also posted this warning to Todrick on his Instagram mentioning chess and checkers:
Entertainment Weekly spoke to Todd who said that he knew Todrick and Miesha “really worried” about him because he played the long game and didn’t appear as competitive in the house until later on. But after seeing the show’s recordings, Todd was shocked because he didn’t know that Todrick and Miesha were in cahoots! If he had, he would have teamed up with Cynthia and Carson and taken them out. But still, Todd is glad he played a “good game” and didn’t “play deceiving and evil”
EW: “When did you realize that Miesha and Todrick were an unbreakable final 2?”
Todd: “It didn’t really hit me because they were playing me the whole time, you know? They were both playing me really well. The thing that I’m most proud of is that I played the game fairly and I didn’t play deceiving and evil like that. I played a good game, so I’m very proud that I played a good game. But I didn’t realize until it was too late that Todrick was playing a very deceptive kind of an evil game, you know? And he won, but my thing is I won because I played the right way. And I’ve been reading stuff on Twitter. Big Brother fans are very happy the way I played it. I didn’t play it evilly, but that’s how the cookie bounces. You can’t always beat evil when you’re playing the good way, but in the end, you win because you did it well. So we played it right.”
EW: “We saw you tell Todrick he had played the best game in the house. Tell me what you’ve sort of seen or heard since then, and has that changed your opinion?”
Todd: “Oh my God. Reading the stuff and watching what he said to me after I left? Yeah, that completely changed my opinion. He didn’t play a very good game. He played a very mean game, a mean-spirited game. And, unfortunately, me and Carson got caught up in it with him. We believed what he was saying, but it just wasn’t true. The things he said about Shanna, wasn’t true. It was pushed to the limit, cause my thing is I don’t wanna win that bad if I gotta do something like that. And so I’m very proud of the way I played it. And even I saw Miseha say some things tonight when I was watching it, and that’s just, “Wow, man!” When you get out, you see this stuff, it really hurts your feelings in ways. But the thing about it is, I know it’s a game and people are trying to win, but I just don’t feel I need to win at any cost. I just can’t do that.”
Shanna Moakler also called out Todrick, saying that he’s shady and that no one respects his gameplay because he makes things too personal.
Todrick may need to check in on his relationship status with a few people post his CBB stint because those Twitter reactions Todd mentions are not positive. For example, here’s a video of Todrick admitting on camera he couldn’t give two shits about making Cameos for fans.
Todrick… knows he’s being filmed, right? pic.twitter.com/qGYxmKQ5ZN
— Dave Quinn (@NineDaves) February 18, 2022
Well, something tells me Todrick isn’t worried about any of these celebrities being mad at him. I mean, he’s besties with Taylor Swift, he doesn’t need any of them! If you can get close enough to Tay-Tay to meet her cats, then you’re set for life! The only celebrity Todrick needs to worry about crossing is her–as long as he’s one of her Junior Jewels, Todrick is good to go.
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