Judd Daugherty is the final “Big Brother” houseguest in our set of interviews and he’s definitely one of the biggest fans of the show.
“It’s a dream come true to finally be at this point, it’s surreal,” Judd tells Zap2it. “I’m ready to play the game, it’s just something I’ve always wanted to do.”
As far as an alliance goes, he has a few types of people he’s really looking for.
“Somebody who’s better at puzzles than me,” laughs Judd. “and maybe somebody that’s more athletic than me. I’m slightly athletic, but somebody that’s really gonna win some competitions. I’m more of a social player.”
He adds that he wants all of his alliances to be secret. Good luck with that.
When asked what types of people he doesn’t want to see in the house, Judd tells us that he doesn’t like hypocrites and floaters.
“Somebody who talks about Jesus one minute and then talks about sex another … I can’t respect a person like that and I wouldn’t want to play the game with someone like that. I’d try to get them out of the house,” says Judd.
“I don’t want to be a floater, I definitely don’t want to wait for things
to happen, I want to make things happen. I want to make ’em happen big.
I don’t want to come in too strong and overplay my hand, but I
definitely want to come in there and shake up the house a little bit,” he adds.
And as for a showmance? Judd’s down.
“I’m always lookin’, you know what I mean? Who’s not, when you’re single. … The only downfall of having somebody in the house is the big target on your back. Sometimes showmances work for some people and they work against other people,” says Judd. “If I do have a showmance, I would try to keep it as down-low as possible. I’m here to play the game for me and not for anyone else. I’m not going to push somebody else to the win. But if a showmance happens, it happens. Let’s get showmantic!”
The ultimate goal, though, is to go down in “Big Brother” history as a great player.
“I want people to be like, ‘I want to be better than Judd from Season 15.’ I say that about Dan or Jeff or Will. I want people to compare me to them, be like, ‘I want to e better than Judd.’ That’s my goal.”
“Big Brother 15” premieres Wednesday, June 26 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS. Don’t forget to sign up for the live feeds to keep track of all the action all summer long.