Big Brother Canada Season 10 ends up with just four guests after Thunder Bay’s Jacey-Lynne Graham is kicked out because of Josh Nash.
“I’m disappointed to no longer be in contention for the grand prize, but the house was starting to get extremely intense,” Jacey-Lynne said. Yahoo Canada. “It was a bit heavy for my liking, so right now I feel extremely relieved to be on the jury.”
“I’m ready to unpack all my feelings, all my emotions.”
Jacey-Lynne was one half of the “showmance” for the season, alongside Steven “Gino” Giannopoulos. Although there is always a risk in forming an alliance on reality TV shows like Big Brother CanadaJacey-Lynne thinks the two have managed to “balance each other out”.
“I was always very paranoid and nervous, and I was getting all fired up all the time, so he was able to take me down a notch whenever I felt like that,” Jacey-Lynne explained. “I think sometimes he wasn’t on his toes enough, so we definitely balanced out that way.”
“We were friends before all sorts of romantic stuff started…I know it’s not a solid foundation because we’ve only known each other for a few days but it’s every hour that you hang out with that person, it was much longer. I felt like we benefited each other playfully and emotionally.
Watching the people left in the Big Brother Canada house, Jacey-Lynne admits she’s still bitter about her eviction, revealing she thinks Haleena Gill is the most untrustworthy person left in the house, after Haleena decided not to using her veto to protect Jacey-Lynne and voted to have her kicked out.
“I just can’t trust a goddamn word that girl says and she proved it time and time again,” Jacey-Lynne said. “I don’t know where she is, I think she’s ready to say and do anything at this point to get further in the game.”
“It’s good for you, do your thing, but I think she could do it…in a more direct way. Yeah, I just don’t respect the way she does it.
When it comes to who she thinks will make it to the endgame, Jacey-Lynne thinks it’s a battle between Josh and Kevin Jacobs, although she personally supports Kevin at this point.
Going into the judging panel, being able to vote on who impacts who ultimately wins, Jacey-Lynne, like many of the other evicted guests, said she would assess who was the “most complete” player in the house.
“I think someone who played a very strong social game, was able to manage relationships well, and then if someone has a few little secrets that they let out on the night of the final,” he said. she stated. “Maybe someone we didn’t know…had as much influence as we thought.”
New episodes of Big Brother Canada Season 10 air Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays on Global, streaming online the next day.