We witnessed a ton of interviews from the “Big Brother 16” backyard, but the one we watched featuring Devin Shepherd was one of the most awkward for sure. He basically left the interview rather than it ending naturally, and he didn’t really agree with any question he was asked.
The transcribed responses below come from Devin’s interview with Brian Haug of WIBW, who was on the scene and thankfully giving us something to write about tonight. For some reason, CBS did not give them to us.
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On if he ended up regretting making the alliance -“We didn’t know each other very well, and you start to question people’s motives … The alliance fell apart based on some of what I had done.”
On adding Amber and Christine to the Bomb Squad – “I don’t think it was a bad decision, because I don’t think a lot of the players would have made it as far without the two girls … We needed those votes, and I wanted to have them regardless of [if we had the votes].”
If he has any regrets – “No, I don’t regret anything I did in the house. It was all real, and genuine, and emotions … I felt bad for turning my back on Donny, so I wanted to get it right.”
On his best and worst moments – “Moving into the house was amazing, being a part of this … Winning an HoH and PoV was amazing … Nobody likes to getting nominated.”
On the Team America twist – “I thought it was fantastic. It brought a little bit of spice.
So there is Devin … and he also has a daughter.
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