Big Brother’s Layla Subritzky struggled with the new format as she was considered a ‘massive threat’.
LAYLA SUBRITZKY: I wanted to have a game plan. I did. I really wanted to just go in with a game plan, but it's just not me. I'm such a heart thinker. I feel and think everything with my heart. I make decisions based upon how I feel.
I just couldn't do it. I just couldn't go in with any sort of game plan. I ended up just being me. And I think it's really hard, the new format. Like you say, people are struggling to adjust to it.
It's just different. And there was times in the house that I was like, I wish this was live. I wish people could vote. You know? I wanted people-- because it's just-- I don't know. I think it's just the beauty of the show, to be able to be interactive with it.
No one spoke to me, literally. It was like, no one hardly spoke to me. Nobody really wanted to like give me the time of day. The girls saw me as a huge threat in there. And it was-- yeah, no one really spoke to me. It was weird.
I just knew that it was like-- I was the first, the highest nomination as soon as I walked in. No one really gave me the time of day. It was weird. Yeah, and this isn't shown on the show.
Yeah, I was really out of place. I was actually quite lost in the show, yeah.
It was sad. It was awful because I've gone from my experience in 2012, which was so pure and awesome, and I created all of these beautiful relationships. And then when I walked in, it was just like, oh, this is actually a game.
I walked through the door, and I was like, oh my god. I'd have conversations with people, and they'd just walk out. I would be in the middle of the conversation, and then they'd just be like-- and just walk away.
It was weird. I can't even explain it. I haven't spoken about this to anyone yet, so I feel like I probably-- I'm bringing it up now. But it was weird. It was a weird, weird, weird, weird experience.