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Michelle Meyer (23)
Hometown: Washington Township, Mich.
Current City: Washington Township, Mich.
Three adjectives that describe you: Quirky, bubbly and curious.
Favorite Activities: Cooking, reading, going on Reddit, watching live feeds, researching nutrition related topics, photography, working out and selling stuff on Ebay.
What do you think will be the most difficult part about living inside the Big Brother house: The constant paranoia about going to bed when others are still up! I like to go to bed early. I also feel like I won’t be getting enough exercise in the house. Trying not to talk about other people/spreading rumors and get into drama that doesn’t involve me. This has gotten me in trouble in the past and it’s definitely not good for my game. It’s like a giant game of telephone!
Which past Big Brother cast member did you like most: Ian Terry because he is so freaking attractive to me, played the type of game I would play, acted like how I would act in the Big Brother house (taking everything in, doing weird stuff around the house), and beat Dan. He had great strategy in taking punishments (I am very open to slop!!) and seeming weak in the beginning. I plan on having a four to six person alliance that I will stick to. I also plan on letting other people blow up their own games and egging them on in the shadows.
Do you have a strategy for winning the game: Win as many competitions as I can (other than the first week), and when I win HOH, to take out someone I see as a threat. I plan on being friendly with everyone and pretend this game doesn’t mean the world to me. I plan on passively manipulating people and giving them reasons to follow my suggestions. I will also potentially be in a showmance, as I think it helps in the game. I want to take on all the punishments I can and appear weak while still winning competitions. I want a solid alliance to take to the end, but secretly have a better relationship with a few of the people.
My life’s motto is… “be underestimated.” I want to be smarter than people think I am, stronger than people think I am, etc. It gives you the upper hand!
What would you take into the house and why: My FitBit to get in those 10,000 steps a day, my favorite stuffed animal, a basset hound beanie baby and a heated blanket because I’m always freezing.