Justin Duncan fell just short of the Big Brother Over the Top Final 3 and a shot at the $250,000 grand prize when he became the latest houseguest evicted from the game.
With barely enough time to decompress, Justin took some time to chat with us about his overall game, his mood shift in the house and who he wants to win the whole thing.
Big Brother Network: How would you rate your BBOTT experience and game?
Justin Duncan: I played a very good social game. And I actually played a very strategic game in the competitions that I wanted to win and didn’t want to win. I feel like I played a very strategic game this whole time. I feel like in the history of Big Brother, I’m probably the most unique character that’s ever been involved on that show.
BBN: What was your favorite moment in the game?
Justin: My favorite moment in the game definitely would be Whitney’s party. I definitely came up with a song for her and it was just very fun to see her dance and have a good time and enjoy her birthday in the Big Brother house.
BBN: Speaking of Whitney, are you guys going to remain close outside the game?
Justin: Sure. Most definitely. I mean, I know for a fact she has a boyfriend back home, so we can remain cool and I’ll always tell her to come to New Orleans with her boyfriend. They can come eat at the restaurant and just hang out and chill. I’ll show them the city.
BBN: Does that go for everyone? Is there anyone you don’t want to see outside the house?
Justin: No, man. I don’t have any ill-will toward anybody in the house. I’m a positive guy, so I wouldn’t mind hanging out with anyone. If they reached out to me and wanted to come to New Orleans I’d definitely show them a good time. Even Monte.
BBN: At one pointing the game your mood completely changed and fans sort of responded and backed off from you a bit. What happened then?
Justin: I just became really homesick. It just felt like I really was alone there at the end. A lot of that was weighing on my shoulders. I basically just brushed it off and wanted to leave with good graces and just give it all that I could. It is what it is. C’est la vie.
BBN: Do you think Jason would have taken you to the Final 3 if Kryssie wasn’t still in the game?
Justin: If Kryssie wasn’t in the game … you know what, I don’t think he would have. I’ve actually thought about that. He came to the house and wanted to win that money more than anything, and he wasn’t going to let me stand in the way of that. So I don’t think Jason would’ve taken me to final three no matter what. I don’t think anyone in that house would’ve taken me to final three.
BBN: Not even Kryssie?
Justin: No way. She and Jason had their own secret alliance going on that I just found out about.
BBN: And the question everyone wants to know: Who do you want to win BBOTT?
Justin: I would be more than happy for Jason or Kryssie to win. I have equal respect for both of them, and I feel like they’re really good people and they’re both well-deserving of it. I wish them both the best.
BBN: What’s next for you? Do you see yourself on any reality cooking shows?
Justin: I already have a restaurant in New Orleans in the French Market. And I already specialize in authentic creole cooking. But if anything, man, I would just expand my restaurant and just keep what I already got going on. I wouldn’t mind being a judge, but as far as trying to compete with my cooking skills … nah, I would just do it for the fun of it.
BBN: Thanks, Justin.
Justin seemed to be in much better spirits than he was the last couple of days in the BBOTT house. He maintains that he’s a positive person and not a lot can get him down, aside from homesickness.