Although this week’s feature did not make the jury in their season, they did bring the drama in the short time that they were in the Big Brother Canada 10 house.
Listen, I’m not thrilled with a Kevin win either, but I got to chat with one of my faves, Jay Northcott. We chat about pronouns, cast “BBCan10 The Musical”, and so much more in this all-new interview.
1. If you could change one thing that you did during. your time on Big Brother Canada what would it be and why?
I wouldn’t have answered the phone! I thought it would for sure be HOH, when it was safety it messed up my whole game
2. What advice do you have for anyone looking to apply next year?
Be 100% yourself, tell them about your strategy and what you would bring to the table
3. Since today is #TMITuesday can you tell the readers something about you that they may not already know?
I broke my wrist 3 times snowboarding and I have only snowboarded 9 times
4. Do you keep in touch with any of your former bbcan family?
Yeah with everyone but Marty
5. How has your life changed since appearing on reality TV?
Omg, its so crazy getting notice in parking garages and grocery stores. I have got to do a bunch of awesome appearances and got to meet my heroes from past seasons
6. What would you say is your current ‘theme song’?
No one dies from love by Tove Lo
7. If you were to cast ‘Big Brother Canada 10: The Musical’ who would fill the following roles:
Only Arisa can play Arisa
Jordan Fisher or Keiynan Lonsdale
I would play Josh, So I get to go further in the game
The guy who played IT, Bill Skarsgård
Does she have to be in the musical?
The Red Gummy Bear
A real bear, it would probably cause fewer problems
8. Do you have any catchphrases?
‘Actually’ probably was the best on the show
9. Were your pronouns respected by fellow houseguests do you feel?
Eventually by most, but it was the first time for a lot of people some tried more than others, you can probably guess who. T was the hardest worker at nailing my pronouns.
10. What’s next for you Jay?
Hosting pride events, working with a theatre company called Obsidian Theatre for a national program called Young Black and Gifted and hopefully a redemption season