Todrick Hall has decided to cancel all interviews at his time on “Celebrity Big Brother” after a near-unanimous loss in last Wednesday’s finale.
Season 3 winner Miesha Tate, third place finisher, Cynthia Bailey, and America’s Favorite Houseguest, Carson Kressley have all gone ahead to hold their interviews as planned. A rep for Hall did not immediately issue a response when asked why he suddenly backed out of the interviews and if he had any future plans to possibly reschedule.
The singer and dancer was properly dragged on social media over his unprecedented last-minute decision that came after an scalding finale that had many of his co-stars calling him out on his deceitful gameplay. The hashtag “#TodrickExposedParty” began trending on Twitter, Thursday morning.
“Todrick being a sore loser and he’s not taking it well. Not surprising,” posted one Twitter user.
“What a sore Loser [email protected] Such a big fan but an even bigger loser,” another wrote after Hall had repeatedly prided himself a “Big Brother” superfan.
Hall finished second place having received only one of eight votes, which was Bailey’s. During the finale, his former housemates, Teddi Mellencamp, Shanna Moakler, Chris Kirkpatrick and Todd Bridges, did not keep mum about their feelings toward him.