Girl power! Big Brother’s Bronte D’Acquisto would have stayed loyal to her “Spy Girls” alliance members until the very end — or at least to just one of them. The former CBS contestant opened up exclusively to Us Weekly about where her loyalties really lay following her eviction in the Thursday, July 14, episode.
“I would not bring anyone outside the Spy Girls group [to the final two]. They are my ride or die,” the Denver resident, 26, tells Us. “Because Natalie and I were the first two Spy Girls, I would take her to the final two.”
Bronte and Natalie [Negrotti] teamed up with Bridgette Dunning early on in the competition. Unfortunately, their team dismantled during Bridgette’s HOH week when the house decided to keep Tiffany Rousso instead of Bronte. She ended up outside speaking with Julie Chen while competitor Frank Eudy, who strategized Tiffany’s endgame, was left blindsided.
“Although I don’t think Bridgette is playing a dumb game — she is one of my fellow Spy Girls — she has chosen to align herself with Frank, even though he’s offended the majority of the house,” Bronte says. “Bridgette’s relationship with Frank is the reason I’m answering these questions. Paul tried to get me to turn against Bridgette because of her relationship with Frank, but I wouldn’t do it.”
For more with Bronte, read the rest of her Q&A below:
Which guy did you specifically want to work with?
The only guy I really wanted to work with was Paul, because you can’t just help but love him.
Who is playing the smartest game in the house?
Right now, Paulie is playing the smart game, because he’s mimicking Derrick’s game — he’s having everyone else do his dirty work.
What big power move did you want to make?
I would have fought harder to align the girls and backdoor Paulie.
How did you learn about the blindside and that you were going home?
I learned I was going home from James, because people started shutting him out, and he knew why. Frank initially turned pale as a ghost, and then in typical Frank fashion, he laughed it off.
What do you think of Natalie and James’ showmance?
James and Natalie truly like each other, and I wish them all the best.
The next Big Brother airs on CBS Wednesday, July 20, at 8 p.m. ET.
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