Big Brother 24's Michael on 'dramatic' exit, Kyle's situation regrets

Big Brother 24’s Michael on ‘dramatic’ exit, Kyle’s situation regrets

Hindsight 20/20. Michael Bruner is looking back at his bomb exit Older brother 24 during the double eviction on Thursday, September 8.

The 28-year-old lawyer was unanimously evicted after the veto was used. He took the opportunity to call out to the closest ally. brittany hoops, who was sitting on the block next to him, in his speech as he struggled to keep up, which seemed to come as a shock to her. Then, after the votes were read, she immediately left with no hugs or goodbyes.

“I would have regretted it if I hadn’t gone out of my way to stay,” Michael says exclusively. us weekly about throwing Brittany under the bus a bit, adding: “I’m not one to hug. I didn’t want to do the fake, ‘Oh, let’s all hug. It’s okay.’ on my way out the door. And I wanted a bit of a dramatic exit. I have a flare for the dramatic, what can I say? That’s why I left without saying anything.”

Michael Bruner CBS

The Minnesota native was bound to be the target as he won nine total contests throughout the season, tied with legend Janelle Pierzina and even surpassed her 16-year-old record with six veto wins in a single season.

“I don’t necessarily regret winning those competitions,” Michael says of putting the “comparison beast” lens on his back. “I think early in the game, when you find yourself on the block, you’re in a position where you have to win. And then when I felt like I didn’t have to win, I had already racked up five wins in the competition. So I don’t necessarily regret winning them.”

Still, he admits, “I think I didn’t handle my threat level as well as I should have. I would have rather stayed out of the game for winning too much than thrown a competition and then gone home anyway. So even though I would have preferred to win the game, I’m happy to leave the game with a record at least.”

Big Brother 24's Michael on 'dramatic' exit, regrets Kyle situation

Brittany Hoops and Michael Bruner. CBS

The week before, Michael was criticized (along with Brittany) for hiding racial comments from his fellow guest. kyle capener done until it was apparently beneficial to his game to reveal them to the rest of the guests.

“Hearing feedback from everyone still in the house about how they wish the information had been handled, I’m sorry I didn’t say something sooner,” says Michael. U.S. “I feel like no matter when the information came into the game, it would always seem like it was being used to benefit me and take me further. Any information that comes into the game, regardless of what it is, people will always assume that there is a selfish interest there.”

He continues: “I understand why people were skeptical about the timing. Ultimately, I tried to do what I felt was right. I knew he wanted to talk. I would have regretted it if I had left the game and not said anything. So I’m not sorry I spoke up. However, I wish it had been handled differently.”

Big Brother 24's Michael on 'dramatic' exit, regrets Kyle situation

Michael Bruner CBS

As for who’s playing the best and worst games right now, Michael says, “I think mountain [Taylor] you’re probably playing the best game. I think he’s done very well in managing his threat level, which I didn’t. And I think he will get a lot of respect from the jury if he can make it to the final two. I also think that Taylor [Hale]He’s playing a great game, but he’ll probably give it to Monte.”

He continues: “As for the worst game, you don’t make it to the final five by accident. I wouldn’t say that nobody is playing a bad game. I think Britt will have a harder time winning if she makes it to the final two. I think people have seen her game as if she had clung to me. I know she was being strategic behind the scenes, but I think she’s going to have a really hard time if she makes it to the bottom two, unless she can pick it up here and get some awards and make some things happen on her own. . I think she’s going to have a hard time in front of the jury.”

Older brother airs on CBS Wednesdays and Sundays at 8 pm ET and Thursdays at 9 pm ET.

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