The actor also calls out his castmates for their behavior during the show, ‘I didn’t like the way those grown men were going about it.’
Another celebrity Houseguest was evicted in the latest episode of season 2 of “Celebrity Big Brother”. Joey Lawrence was voted out of the house after some of his allies, John Bennett and Ryan Lochte, departed from the reality TV show.
Talking to Entertainment Tonight after walking his way out the door, the actor revealed that he was “just happy.” Of his 18 days stint on the CBS show, he told Brice Sander, “It was a great ride. My journey was to be a part of this crazy family and my journey is to be moving on at this point. So, I’m celebrating all of it.”
Joey further said that he took it as a compliment that the other Houseguests saw him as the next huge threat, resulting them to vote him out. “Pretty much as soon as John and Ryan went out because the house viewed the three of us as huge threats, which is a compliment,” he shared. “You have to take it as a compliment. Even though it’s kinda funny because physicality really has nothing to do with a lot of those challenges.”
“Obviously, it’s luck and chance, some crazy skill sets that you may not even know you have,” he added. “But yeah, it’s all good.”
Of the house’s dynamic, the 43-year-old said, “The house was divided very quickly. I didn’t even really know it was happening before, you know, Jonathan was blown out. And then Ryan was blown out and I thought, ‘If I was betting — which I’m not, but if I was — I would guess my card was next.’ ”
He went on calling out his castmates for their behavior during the show. “There’s an energy in the house. Tom [Green] and Kato [Kaelin] thought they had the whole place on lock down. Not only that, but I didn’t like the way those grown men were going about it,” he explained.
“It was intimidation and being mean and it just wasn’t the right way to do it. They were grown men and it just was weird. So I went in and said, ‘Hey look guys, whatever happens, get the best energy to the final week because that way… if I’m home we can enjoy watching the game being played the right way, not scare tactics or intimidation, which is just not right,” he concluded.
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