Todrick Hall is standing behind his Big Brother gameplay, mostly.
The celebrity singer, dancer, and YouTuber recently appeared on CBS's popular reality series Celebrity Big Brother, and immediately, fans reacted to his often cutthroat playing style and competitive spirit. Now, he's letting us know if he has any regrets.
"I'm happy with the game I played," he told Entertainment Tonight in a recent interview about his strategy. "I wish that the personal statements wouldn't have been said. I wish I wouldn't have crossed into a personal level. But I don't regret being on the show and I've learned a lot from it."
He also emphasized that his onscreen persona doesn't always match up with who he is in real life. "For me, it was just a game," he said. "I don't get into fights with my real friends like that and I just think that it showed me a lot about myself."
"I think my biggest regret is ever letting the lines of game and reality blur together, and ever saying anything negative to somebody," he opened up. "I actually liked everybody in the house. There's not anybody I didn't like and I've seen people on Big Brother get into huge fights and then years later they're at each other's weddings. I hope that something similar could happen here because I feel like I really formed a great bond with certain people."
Hall recently put out his first statement on the season, saying it was "the most difficult thing" he's ever done and thanking fans for standing behind him.
"I am a human being, a real one...I'm not always nice, not always kind nor have I ever claimed to be," he said. "I'm very flawed, I'm a work in progress, but that's the beauty of being human. I have made a ton of mistakes in my life and I will continue to make mistakes, some publicly and some privately. I thank YOU, each and every one of you who has stood beside me through those mistakes. Those of you who loved and supported me even when it wasn't easy. Your loyalty to me and my team has been incredible and tonight I'm going to be showering you with every bit of love I have because without you all, I wouldn't be living out my truth on stage representing my community the way you've allowed me to."
Other cast members on this season of the show included Carson Kressley, Cynthia Bailey, and Lamar Odom. MMA fighter Miesha Tate ultimately won the season. You can watch Celebrity Big Brother streaming on Paramount+.
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