While "Big Brother 17" houseguest Audrey Middleton is making history by being the show's first transgender competitor, she's also a legitimate superfan who is ready to control the house and do whatever it takes to win the $500,000 prize.
"I've seen every season, every show," the 25-year-old tells Zap2it. Her favorite season was 2006's "All-Stars": "I feel that was kind of the Super Bowl event for 'Big Brother.'
But it's Season 14 that stands out the most to Middleton, largely due to Dan Gheesling's masterful game play, which included throwing his own funeral in the house. "He's the magician of 'Big Brother,'" she explains.
That isn't how she's planning to play the game, though.
"My strategy is to be really dynamic socially. I want to go in there and find something that I have in common with each person and just build off of that foundation," Middleton says.
Not surprising, Middleton is a "fan of strong women," rattling off her appreciation of past houseguests Janelle Pierzina, Rachel Riley, Amanda Zuckerman and Britney Haynes. However, she doesn't think a showmance is in the cards.