Big Brother’s Renata reveals why she wasn’t afraid of making enemies


Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Renata Bubeniene reveals why she wasn’t afraid of making enemies in the house before she was evicted in a landslide

Renata Bubeniene was the third housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother house on Wednesday.

During the explosive episode, the outspoken flight attendant received 14 votes from her fellow housemates – the biggest eviction landslide to date.

And following her shock elimination, Renata, 45, told Daily Mail Australia she wasn’t afraid of making enemies in the house.

Another one bites the dust! Renata Bubeniene, 45, was the third housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother house on Wednesday

‘I wasn’t scared about not making friends. To have enemies, it can motivate you. It can make you grow, you know, even to see the mistakes,’ she said.

‘If you’re always pretending and faking it, what are you getting out of it?’ she added.

‘I’m not a people-pleaser. The reality is you’re not going to be liked by everyone, and if it bothers you then you shouldn’t be doing a reality TV show.’

Raging: 'I'm not a people-pleaser. The reality is you're not going to be liked by everyone, and if it bothers you then you shouldn't be doing a reality TV show,' she told Daily Mail Australia

Raging: ‘I’m not a people-pleaser. The reality is you’re not going to be liked by everyone, and if it bothers you then you shouldn’t be doing a reality TV show,’ she told Daily Mail Australia

The Adelaide-based mother of two went on to say she feels some of her housemates only signed up to the Channel Seven show to become famous.

‘A lot of people went on the show to increase their numbers [on social media]. You know, I thought I was being pranked… maybe I am in a celebrity house?’ she said.

‘I’m just a mum of two and everyone else is all famous!’ she added with a laugh.

Outspoken: 'I wasn't scared about not making friends. To have enemies, it can motivate you. It can make you grow, you know, even to see the mistakes,' she added

Outspoken: ‘I wasn’t scared about not making friends. To have enemies, it can motivate you. It can make you grow, you know, even to see the mistakes,’ she added

Also in the bottom three were Melissa McGorman, who received one vote, and Sid Pattni, who received two. 

Upon her exit, she whispered to Daniel Hayes, ‘Good luck with these idiots,’ before making her way out the door in disgust. 

Speaking to producers after her eviction, she raged: ‘From day one, when I won the challenge, I had a target on my back.

‘Daniel and Nick [Benton]… I want them to win. The rest are sheep, they don’t deserve it.’

Parting words: Upon her exit, she whispered to Daniel Hayes, 'Good luck with these idiots,' before making her way out the door in disgust

Parting words: Upon her exit, she whispered to Daniel Hayes, ‘Good luck with these idiots,’ before making her way out the door in disgust

Earlier in the episode, AFLW star Jess Trend had nominated Renata, Melissa and Sid after winning a challenge – despite promising Melissa she would ‘have her back’.

The move left Renata fuming, and she later blasted Jess as ‘weak’ in a raging row in the bedroom.

Jess had plotted her nominations with Katie Williams, conspiring to nominate Sid – who they thought would be safe – so either Melissa or Renata would be booted off.

Big Brother continues Sunday at 7pm on Seven

Double crossed: Earlier in the episode, AFLW star Jess Trend had nominated Renata, Melissa and Sid after winning a challenge - despite promising Melissa she would 'have her back'

Double crossed: Earlier in the episode, AFLW star Jess Trend had nominated Renata, Melissa and Sid after winning a challenge – despite promising Melissa she would ‘have her back’ 

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