6 Things We Learned From Audrey's Live Chat

Jeff Schroeder sits down with Audrey Middleton for a post-eviction interview.

1. Jeff Schroeder sits down with Audrey Middleton for a post-eviction interview.

The latest evicted Houseguest talks about her final days in the house, her tumultuous relationship with Shelli, and maintaining a sense of humor through the tough times.

In case you missed it, here are some the most revealing moments from Jeff’s chat with Audrey.
1. Being a superfan in the <i>Big Brother</i> house is totally different than watching from home.

2. 1. Being a superfan in the Big Brother house is totally different than watching from home.

When Audrey first entered the house, she didn’t realize the kind of rollercoaster ride she’d soon be on.“Being a fan, I didn’t expect the emotions to take their course as intensely as they did,” Audrey said. “You’re so charged up when you’re in there, that you can’t control your impulses in the house.”
2. Audrey explained why she <i>really</i> skipped the Power of Veto ceremony.

3. 2. Audrey explained why she really skipped the Power of Veto ceremony.

After Shelli revealed to Jason that Audrey was why he was nominated for eviction, Audrey felt isolated and escaped for some alone time so she could gain perspective.

Audrey wanted Shelli, one of her closest allies in the house, to trust her, but in the end, the interior decorator chose Vanessa, another member of the Sixth Sense alliance.

“I just couldn’t physically get myself to do it [sit through the ceremony],” Audrey admitted. “As a superfan, I know I will watch it back and smack myself across the face for not going through with it, but in that moment, my emotions dominated all my decisions.”
3. Suspecting she was going to be evicted, Audrey grieved before the news became official.

4. 3. Suspecting she was going to be evicted, Audrey grieved before the news became official.

“It’s hard to accept you lost,” she told Jeff. “It’s like a death. I needed to mourn.”

Looking back, Audrey can laugh at it all now, which proves this self-proclaimed “rebel spirit” has humor for days. “[If I was ever asked to play again], I just wouldn’t start fights with people,” she giggled.
4. She believes one person in the house has the clear advantage.

5. 4. She believes one person in the house has the clear advantage.

Not only does Audrey stand by Vanessa’s game play, but she really enjoyed her on a personal level. “If she gets near the end, she will win.”

When Jeff revealed Vanessa’s true occupation as a professional poker player, it didn’t come as a huge surprise to Audrey, who said she’d love to be friends with the Vegas dweller after the show.

Audrey also gave props to Shelli, who she thinks could be a real contender—if she kicks Clay to the curb.
5. The hardest competition of the season had Audrey seeing red.

6. 5. The hardest competition of the season had Audrey seeing red.

Looking back, this Georgia peach said the “Flying Tomatoes” competition was by far the toughest. The softball-sized spheres really packed a punch, leaving Audrey with painful bruises all over her body. That, combined with the adrenaline of the first night, made this challenge one for the books.
6. Even after her eviction, Audrey wasn’t afraid to let her light shine.

7. 6. Even after her eviction, Audrey wasn’t afraid to let her light shine.

During the chat, a fan wrote in with the following question: “Looking back, did you play too hard, too soon?” Without hesitation, Audrey answered, “Yes, abso-freakin’-lutely.”

Game play aside, there’s one thing Audrey has no doubts about: “At least my butt looked good on TV,” she said, laughing.

Watch the entire video of Audrey's sit down with Jeff Schroeder.