Paired with the returning player Dan Gheesling from week one, her alliance took on a darker tone when the season ten champ turned slightly nefarious in his efforts to secure a second victory.
You pretty much resigned to leaving after you lost the Veto.
Did you really never consider campaigning against him?
After all, loyalty is a fickle mistress inside the BB house.
"I might have dug my own grave by being blindly loyal to my alliance," she admitted, "[But] I wanted to prove that you can be loyal in this house, that loyalty Danielle added that her game "changed for the better" after her bae Shane was evicted and their steamy showmance was put on hold.
Hopefully I left someone in the house whose loyalty is to the two people I was most loyal to.
I felt like if he had gone, I would’ve been the first target anyway.Part of that was because she had pretty much accepted her fate once she was on the block and didn't campaign to stay in the house.But why did the pre-school teacher decide to put ally Jason's game before her own?he swore on everything five minutes before we had to sit down for that live show that Shane was safe. Dan and I haven't talked about it - we are not on speaking terms."Will that change? I have no idea when I'll talk to him and some of the comments he's made in interviews today that I've heard about are worse than some of the things that happened on the show.I had no idea about Ian."To add insult to injury, Dan told Shane when he left that you had been playing him all along. Do you think you can get over being angry with Dan? I found out a lot of stuff last night after the finale and this morning that I'm really not happy with at all. It's all hearsay, I didn't hear from his mouth or whatever, but just that he was going to take Ian to the final two and the finale was all for show. She’s my favorite female former houseguest, and I wanted to be the BBOTT version of Rachel when it came to comps. It was kind of like giving them a taste of their own medicine, and they couldn’t handle it.