kalia daniele yellow big brother 13 'Big Brother 13's' Daniele: 'I came to play my own game'Daniele Donato was the first of a double eviction in the “Big Brother 13” house Thursday night. She tells Zap2it about her experiences (and keep in mind, she answered these without knowing the outcome of the rest of the night).

Are you glad you played “Big Brother” again?

“Words cannot express how thankful and how honored I am to have been given this opportunity. I have always said that this is a once in a lifetime opportunity and I have been given it twice.”

Was this season better/worse/different than your first season?

 “It was better, worse and different.”

Do you regret turning on the Veterans at all?

“No. I didn’t come into that house to be part of a dictatorship. I came to play my own game. If I would have stuck with the other four, I wouldn’t have played the game that I came to play.” 

Who is the strongest player in the house right now?

“Jeff. No question.”

Who’s the weakest?

“Adam. No question.”

Who do you want to see sitting final 2?

“Jeff and Jordan because everybody is pushing them towards the end. These people have dedicated their entire summer towards giving them a lot of money. I would also like to see Kalia, Porsche or Shelly go far in this game.”

Any messages to your fans?

“The fans are what keep you going in that house day after day. Every move that I made, even when it was a bad move, I was hoping to make people proud, but if I wasn’t I at least hope I was entertaining people.”

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