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Big Brother Canada Exit Interview: Anika Mysha

anika mysha big brother canada exit interview
anika mysha big brother canada exit interview

Do you think you were backdoored or were you the intended target this week?

To be very honest, I don’t think I was the intended target for this eviction because at top four, it comes down to whoever wins the POV. Ty not nominating or nominating Claudia, didn’t really mean much because even if Daniel would have won the POV, I would have still gone on the block.

Claudia won fair and square. She saved herself and voted me out. I don’t think I was Ty’s target this week.

How new were you to the game? How quickly were you able to adapt to this game?

Very new to the game! I only watched season three and some of season six. Literally a season and a half before I walked through those doors!

I learned as I went and I think that really helped me because I was playing a genuine game where I didn’t come up with a master plan, or a strategy. I was being myself and I think that really helped me get this far in the game.

You were able to see your brother in the game and then received a call from your mom! How emotional were those moments for you?

That was so emotional! You guys probably saw me doing my ugly cry!

I never thought that my brother would be on the set in that comp. [That competition] was so hard because I couldn’t talk to him. I was on the block, so I was fighting for my life.

Then being able to talk to my mom during the Wendy’s Auction, especially with that day being my birthday – and being HOH – was the perfect day. I’m sure it meant more to my mom because she was missing me so much!

Who are you rooting for to win the game?

One hundred-fricken’ percent, Daniel C! He deserves to win. He is going to win. I’m going to do everything I can in the jury house [to make it happen]. I’m telling people the impeccable social game that he played.

Who are you looking forward to strategizing with in jury?

To be honest, everyone except for Kuzie and Santina. I think they are lost causes and I’m not even going to bother!

I’ll definitely talk strategy with everyone else and tell them the game plan that Daniel C played and make them aware that he played such an honest game and is very deserving. Daniel C’s game is different in the sense that he played a good social game, and it can be hard to see because. He wasn’t a crazy strategist who was yelling and screaming at people. The game that he played is kind of hard to see because it was lowkey.

So, I’ll be doing my thing, telling people of the things that he did do [in the house].

The season finale of Big Brother Canada airs Thursday, May 11 at 9 p.m. ET on Global.


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