And what did she expect going into it? But a lot of it is dumb luck. I was really well-liked; I had a relationship with everyone. I had one-on-ones with everyone; my social game was on point. I kind of took it a little too far.
Big Brother 17 backyard picture of Audrey Middleton. | Big brother 17, Big brother 15, Big brother
Favorite Activities: I have some nerdy hobbies. One being I have taken a huge interest in astrology. I love to talk to my friends about the things that I've learned and drawing their charts for them. I actually found a nerdy online format of the show Survivor that was created by a fan and participated in it for two months.
Audrey Middleton Says CBS Made Her Come Out As First Transgender 'Big Brother' Star
Middleton did, on Season 17, which aired in , at the suggestion of CBS, who said it would bring positive representation to the show based on the positive reception of Caitlyn Jenner's coming out story. In Middleton's experience, CBS "appeals to the social climate, at all cost. Middleton said the story started when CBS producers asked her to come out as the first transgender houseguest because they were "worried about perception.
That was also the same season that a pair of twins, Liz and Julia Nolan, competed as one. While Audrey did become a fan favorite during her season, she did not last long on the show. In the tweets, Middleton claimed that CBS doesn't care about representation on the show and that CBS "appeals to the social climate, at all cost. At the time, Caitlyn Jenner had just come out as transgender and was getting a positive reception, and CBS wanted to capitalize on that.