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In this article, we’re going to discuss some of what Christie Murphy had to say about her time in the game, her biggest regret, and also how Taco Tuesdays will never be the same.
On how her relationship with Tommy impacted her game – “I think I had a positive impact on my game. He used the Veto on me twice. I don’t think many people in this house are lucky enough to keep a piece of home with them. He was my station of sanity, even though I didn’t seem that sane all of the time.”
On what surprised her the most about being on Big Brother – “I would say the thing that surprised me was the lack of freedom. You assume that you’re trapped, but it’s much more intense than I prepared myself for. There is very little time to be outside in the sunlight to center yourself, and that little bit of time I’ve taken for granted. It surprised me how quickly I unraveled.
On her biggest manifestation – “I feel like I manifested the camp vibe. I am a nature girl. I walked into the house and I was like ‘oh my god, it’s a campground. Then, I walked into the HoH room and it was what more store looked like. I think I manifested the nature vibe. It set the tone.”
Her biggest game regret – “I would go back to before day 44 and I would’ve kept my personal opinions towards Michie private. This is a game — it doesn’t matter in the real world if we disagree. We were in a pretty tight alliance and I kinda ruined that — but anything happens for a reason.”
On if Taco Tuesdays will ever be the same – “I love tacos, first of all. I love queso, so food-wise, I’m still going to enjoy myself every Tuesday. Taco Tuesday is my claim to fame — I’m very proud of what I did on Taco Tuesday. It not only bought me one week in the game, it bought me two. I’m proud of it. We’re here to play Big Brother.”
Did the right person win? – “Yes. Gameplay, strategy, and comps, the best person won the game.”
Overall, Analyse isn’t going to be someone we remember much from this season — other than, of course, the chicken costume.
What did you think about Christie Murphy on Big Brother 21?
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