Julie Chen said that Beile Dayton was like a ‘brand-new houseguest’ this season


Although Belle Dayton didn’t make it Big brother 22 The jury, before she was controversially placed in the block for expulsion, was in a much better position in the house. In a recent interview, Julie Chen talked about the differences in Dayton’s gameplay this season Big brother 20.

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Belleigh Dayton on ‘Big Brother 20’ vs. ‘Big Brother 22’

Dayton was first in the 20th season elder brother, Where she soon became a showcase with Chris “Swaggy See” Williams. They were a popular duo, even though Williams was voted on in the competition. Both were subject to racism and exaggeration at home and there were many racist attacks online and on social media from people watching the show. Once Williams was fired, Dayton was able to stay for several more weeks. She won the title of head of domestic competition one week and became the first member of the jury.

During this season, she played very different games, forming important relationships throughout the household. His biggest collaborator was Da’Vonne Rogers in his Black Girl Magic alliance. He also spoke officially with Tyler Crispen and was also friends with Janelle Pierzina and Kaiser Ridha.

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Dayton and Rogers chose to partner primarily with the Slick Six alliance. Although it was a coalition, no one took it seriously and used it as a backup. When Christmas Abbott became the household chief, members of his coalition had essentially no problem with Rogers and Dayton being nominated. Abbott terminated him, but Crispen said he wanted to be evicted because he felt guilty and also wanted a black man in the competition to help him in his goal of getting away. This did not end, as Abbott did not want to keep Crispan and Crispan also states that the production told him against the rules. Dayton was evicted by the end of the week.

Julie Chen gives her two cents

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Chen talked about last week’s eviction and Dayton’s return home.

Although fans and other houseguests are divided on whether Crispen really wanted to go home to help Dayton and Rodgers play, Chen feels he was truthful and really wanted to go home, as well as because of him And wanted to help Black Lives Matter. protest.

“It felt completely real to me, he said.” Based on what I’ve seen in the house, Tyler is a good person. I think he was missing Angela by asking himself … I’m here Why am I and can I see myself in the mirror at the end of the day? She is young, but she is not deaf for what is happening in our country. ”

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The host said Dayton was ‘almost too honest’

Dayton played a very different game than the last time, as he is not on the show this time. She was also more reliable than last time, especially with houseguests like Crispen and Abbott.

“He was almost too honest,” Chen explained. “Honest to a fault. I mean she was relying on SO of Christmas – because she personally likes / likes him – that she pretty much told Christmas. Belleig spent himself in the game to tell someone important, which was about winning power-critical information that ended the pain [Bayleigh’s] sport. I think he found the love of his life at home in Swaggy for the first time and this time we got to see which player he is as distracted as. It was exactly like watching the new houseguage experience as it is to be played. ”

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