[Spoiler: Spoilers ahead for Celebrity Big Brother 3 finale.]
Carson Kressley joked when voting on ‘Celebrity Big Brother 3’
The jurors of Celebrity Big Brother 3 were free to go home after their evictions. That means they had access to social media, the show, and live feeds. Many of them turned on Hall once they learned more about personal comments he made about them, and how he played the game.
In the finale, they got their revenge by throwing some comments his way while voting for Miesha Tate. But Kressley had a completely different tone.
“Now where did I put my keys?” he asked, then looked at Julie Chen Moonves.
“Don’t mess with me, Carson,” Moonves told him.
“OK, I won’t,” he said. “I won’t. I’ll make it quick. You guys both look spectacular. You both played an incredible game, and I’m gonna go with the person who I thought worked it just a little bit harder. Where’s my lip balm?”
Carson Kressley reveals why he didn’t diss Todrick Hall in the finale
Multiple jurors used their own time to really speak their mind to the final two by calling out Hall. Kressley explained why he took a different route to Us Weekly.
“Well, I thought we weren’t supposed to really give it away!” he said. “You know, like, we were supposed to put the key in and say, ‘I’m choosing this person because of X, Y, and Z.’ And there were some reads that I thought were very pointed and I was like, ‘Guys, you’re giving it away!’”
“I can only speak for myself and I just wanted to keep it classy and I wasn’t very articulate, but what I meant to say was, ‘I have to vote for the person who I think worked the hardest and with more integrity,’” Kressley said.
Carson Kressley knew Todrick Hall before the season
Kressley met multiple houseguests before the season started. That included Hall since they both worked on RuPaul’s Drag Race.
This could have been an advantage for them, but it only made things more complicated. Kressley worked with Cynthia Bailey. Hall worked with Tate. He then tricked Kressley into getting rid of his own ally instead of Tate. It’s hard to say if Kressley would have fallen for the move if he didn’t already know Hall, or was more familiar with the game of Big Brother.
In the end, it looks like Kressley isn’t taking anything too personally from the game. He wanted to end the season on a more positive note.