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Brittany says Monte stole her “lifelong dream” of starting a family

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If you’ve been watching the live feeds, you know Brittany Hoopes is likely to be leaving the ‘Big Brother’ house tonight. The game of hypnotherapist is currently in the hands of Monte Taylor, who has sole voting power for the eviction.

For the past few days, Brittany has been trying to convince Monte that keeping her in the game is in his best interest. But after her attempts to save herself were unsuccessful, Brittany began teasing Monte.

Brittany expressed her frustration in a conversation with Taylor Hale that was caught on the 24-hour live feed.


Brittany had a lot to say about Monte on the live feeds this week. Speaking to Taylor Hale, Brittany revealed that she didn’t think Monte played a great game.

“I don’t even think he played such a great game,” she said. “I could be wrong. In my eyes he was protected by Michael for far too long and then he won a random veto, knocked out Michael and has been fixated on me ever since. It’s not even that impressive.”

The Texas native said she wouldn’t vote for Monte in the end because he robbed her of her lifelong dream of raising a family.

“If you [Monte] Take away my lifelong dream and my ability to raise a family, you don’t have my vote,” she said. “Those are the rules of this ‘Big Brother’ game.”

In a previous conversation with Alyssa Snider, Brittany revealed that she plans to use the “Big Brother” profits for IVF treatments. On the September 30 episode of “Big Brother,” Brittany revealed that she suffers from PCOS, which is short for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.

“One of the main symptoms [of PCOS] It’s difficult to get pregnant and to go through with a pregnancy,” she said in the episode.

Brittany’s Monte bashing didn’t stop there. She told Taylor she plans to have the jury rule in Taylor’s favor if Taylor and Monte are the final two.

“If he brought you, I’ll try to collect the girls as best I can,” she told Taylor.

“No one says [the jury] You have to make decisions based on your little Bros club that you’ve had all season,” Brittany continued, referring to Monte. “Don’t you know me, don’t you know Alyssa, don’t you know Indy? That’s exactly three votes.”

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The “Big Brother” finale airs Sunday, September 25 at 8 p.m. Eastern Time on CBS & Paramount Plus.

Stay tuned on how to vote for America’s Favorite Players.

CONTINUE READING: Exclusive: Alyssa Snider says her future with Kyle Capener is ‘up in the air’

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