Big Brother Exit Interview: Rockstar


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Angie “Rockstar” Lantry, the 34-year-old stay-at-home mom from Columbia, MD, was the second houseguest sent to jury during this season of Big Brother. We caught up with Rockstar following her eviction to discuss her memorable “on my daughter’s birthday” confrontation with Brett, this season’s biggest blindside, and what she’s taking away from this experience.

You had some pretty big confrontation in the house this season, especially the one with Brett on your daughter’s birthday. Which one stands out the most for you?

I guess that. It agitated me a lot. I was just minding my own business and for no reason, my name got tossed in the mud.

From your perspective what do you think was the biggest moment, twist or blindside this season?

Swaggy going up and getting backdoored.

What was the hardest moment inside that house for you?

I’d say they were all the hard. It is less about moments and more about the fact that you literally can’t trust anyone and no one can trust you so there is this constant feeling of unease in the whole experience.

Did you really think that you could work with Brett?

No, I didn’t think I could work with Brett.

Who do you think is playing the best game thus far?

I’d say Scottie.

How did it feel watching Angela’s goodbye message where she spoke about how you called her entitled? Who do you think revealed your conversation about her and how does that make you feel?

I don’t know who revealed it but I wish I would have had the opportunity to say it to her face while putting her up for nominations during my HOH. That is what I was saving it for.

Was there any jury management before you left? Did people like Angela, Brett, and Tyler try to make peace with you in case you were the one evicted in hopes of gaining a jury vote?

No. None at all.

Is there a positive experience that you can take from your time in the Big Brother house?

As if it was even more possible, I have grown in appreciation of what I do have when it comes to the love and support of my actual family. You can chase big dreams all day but all you really need is love and family. That is what is important.

Big Brother airs Sunday at 8 p.m. ET/PT, Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT, and Thursday at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Global and CBS.


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