This season of Big Brother Australia is in full swing, and this year, Big Brother had amped things up.
He’s also brought back fan favourites, like Farmer Dave Graham and Estelle Landy, and agents of chaos Tully Smyth and Drew Anthony, whose showmance remains one of the most notable in the show’s history.
It’s an undeniable uphill battle for our New Contenders, but hip hop artist Jaycee believes he’s ready to take on — and take out — our Royals.
A natural-born performer, Jaycee is expecting his charm and charisma to be his biggest assets in the house.
In his pre-show Q&A, Jaycee said that his biggest strengths in the game will be his “communication skills, charm and insightfulness”.
“I am very good at reading vibes,” he said, adding that he’s expecting to be remembered as “an all-round player and a friend”.
Dubbing himself “the smiling assassin”, Jaycee said that yes, he has a strategy going into the house, but no, he won’t share the specifics with us.
What he did say, though, is that he’s planning to build strong relationships with the biggest players in the house, and given his J-Crew relationships with players like recently eliminated Joel Notley and superfan strategist Johnson Ashak, it seems he’s doing just that.
Jaycee said that his plan is to win challenges and play big.
“I want to be in top three,” he said coyly, adding that he’s most looking forward to “challenging [himself]”.
As for his weak spots, Jaycee said that he struggles with “spelling”, so let’s hope Big Brother doesn’t give the housemates a pop quiz!
Understandably, Jaycee is least looking forward to “evictions”.
Does Jaycee have what it takes to make it to the Final Three? Only time will tell. Until then…
Big Brother Royalty Vs New Contenders airs Monday – Wednesdays, only on Channel 7 and 7 Plus.
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