This isn't how we thought things would turn out on "Big Brother Canada" Season 2.
Nearly every TV critic/reality show junkie was certain that Kenny would have made it all the way to the end. Somehow, over the course of the last six weeks, Kenny dropped the ball -- but it may be because he played the game too well. Universally liked and by all consensus, stupidly good-looking, he was too much of a threat. In the "Big Brother Canada" world, that is like a death sentence.
HuffPost Canada TV spoke with the bearded wonder to find out what the hardest part of the show was for him, and who he thinks is going to take it all. (Hint: It's the same prediction as Sarah made in her exit interview.)
HuffPost Canada TV: What are your thoughts on being eliminated?
Kenny: Mixed thoughts, really. I'm devastated that I'm not competing in the game anymore, but happy because it happened now, and I'm not stuck in jury with nothing more than my own thoughts about how I'm not in the house anymore!
Who/what do you think was most responsible for your elimination, and why?
Jon was mostly responsible. Our relationship was on a slow decline over the last few weeks and as soon as he had power, I knew he would use it to get rid of me.
What was the hardest thing to deal with in the "BBC" house (person, place, thing)?
Person: Sabrina. She was so emotionally high strung and she stretched the truth so many times. Being with her was a constant state of consolation and damage control.
Thing: Not being able to listen to music! I'm such a music lover. Whether I'm walking somewhere or cooking or anything, I also have music on in the background. I'm always singing to it too. It was hard to turn that off.
Place: The have not room for sure. The beds were so small, uncomfortable and weirdly shaped. I always felt cramped and claustrophobic. And the temperature was always fluctuating.
No regrets. I played the game how I wanted to at every moment. Sure, looking back, there may be some things I should have done differently, but I stayed true to myself and I'm very proud of that.
Any predictions on what’s going to happen and who’s going take it all?
I'm going to say Arlie. If he can make it through the next couple of weeks, he has the potential to go all the way and win it. He's played an exceptional game. I hope he wins. He deserves it. I will be so mad if Heather wins!
Season 2 of "Big Brother Canada" premieres Wednesday, March 5 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Slice, with a special presentation of the premiere also airing on Global. "Big Brother Canada" will continue to air three nights a week on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT. "The Big Brother Canada Side Show" -- new this season -- will air Thursdays, following each eviction episode, at 10 p.m. ET/PT. In case that isn't enough, "Big Brother After Dark" will air seven days a week from 2 a.m. – 5 a.m. ET/11 p.m. – 2 a.m. PT.