Big Brother 24 may be finished, however the Taylor Hale fandom has recently only started “raising Hale.”
It’s barely been under 24 hours since Hale, 27, finished her grueling and strong 82-day run inside the Big Brother house as the principal Black woman to win the mainline series, yet she’s already getting used to seeing her face all over Twitter.
“Apparently they call themselves the ‘Hale Raisers’, which I love. Advise them to continue to raise Hale,” Hale, 27, tells Individuals solely on Monday. “In any case, it reminds me that the center instincts that I had, the assumptions that I had about myself, the way that I introduce myself and communicate with other individuals, it was not the person I was first perceived to be the point at which I was in that house.”
“And knowing that individuals had the option to see that, that simply shows me that I’m not doing anything wrong,” Hale continues. “I’m not the villain that even I was convinced for somewhat that I was. Knowing that the help is there, it means the world.”
Hale, a personal stylist and awarded pageant sovereign, won the hearts of CBS watchers across the nation as BB24’s fan-casted a ballot America’s Favorite Player on Sunday night, making her the main houseguest in the history of the series to take home the two awards for combined winnings of $800,000.
To make things much more remarkable, Hale was able to do all of this while facing adversity on the show. Over her months in the BB house, Hale was falsely accused of weaponizing someone’s mental health and called exclamations by her kindred houseguests.
At the end of the day, she never allowed her kindness to waiver, even after finding out an ally considered making an all-white alliance — all of which she addressed in her moving final plea to members of the jury.
In a 8-1 vote, Hale became the principal Black woman to see the confetti fall after two decades of the main Big Brother series. She’s leaving the game as a champion, however individuals’ champion — and she had some awareness of those fan cams as well!
“I can’t wait to continue to engage. There’s all these fan alters, and it’s peculiar to see myself in the Big Brother house,” Hale says through laughter, joking that she’s only getting “somewhat muddled” with her Twitter likes in the real world again.
Following her historic triumph, Hale caught up with Individuals about how becoming Miss Michigan USA prepared her for the trials she faced in the house, finally reuniting with her companions — both new and old — the eventual fate of her bond with houseguest Joseph Abdin and her inclination of Lays chips. (Because while her Lays chips may have disintegrated under tension this season, Hale didn’t.)
Hale: I’ve barely even had opportunity to think of breathing. It’s a great deal of talking about my gameplay and reflecting on the game and realizing how big my win is. At the point when you’re in it, you don’t realize how monumental these things feel. And when you start saying the words without holding back, presently it’s starting to sink in I finished the work that I came here to do. It’s weighing on me much heavier than it was from the get go. It was a shock from the get go.
I took an extremely full breath of natural air and I took a gander at each tree that was around me. I was so happy I was done seeing the backyard and the grass. Be that as it may, beyond sitting for press, being interviewed and everything, I returned to my inn. I had my phone, and my best companion flew out from DC… and I just sat there and I embraced her and we cried a smidgen.
Not because of my win and what it means for both of us — she’s also a Black woman — but since she and I realized how important our fellowship is to each other. And she’s been the one who has been manning my social media while I’ve been gone, so she has seen, the episodes, however she’s been on the receiving end of a ton of the conversation that’s happened about me online
. This woman resembles a sister to me. So seeing the impact that all of my moves and encounters had on her, it made me realize that my [win] is not only my own, it’s impacted such countless more individuals. Having that second with her, it made it real again.
It’s entertaining. You can do all the media training on the planet, you can do all the interview prep on the planet, however you’re as yet a human being behind everything that you experience.
At the point when I was delegated Miss Michigan USA, I was the second Black woman in 15 years to take that crown, and I was of a darker complexion than my ancestor.
So when I was delegated, I started receiving racist remarks saying “Miss Michigan USA ought not be Black,” “Miss Michigan USA ought to surrender her crown to her most memorable second place,” who was a blonde white woman. So I’m utilized to criticism. I’m accustomed to letting things roll off my back.
And I won’t say that I’m glad that I encountered that before, however it proved to be useful in the house. However, it’s one of those things where you realize it’s not my responsibility to indulge another person’s hatred. It’s my responsibility on the off chance that I harm someone to take responsibility for actions, and attempt to find common ground there and apologize
. In any case, on the off chance that someone is [spreading] hatred, or spreading reports that are totally false, it’s not my responsibility to make up for their actions.
It seems like it, however the thing that’s so special about that discourse is that it wasn’t really necessary to focus on gameplay. There wasn’t any need to focus on manipulation.
It was just about the honest truth. There were chunks in there that everyone could resonate with. At the point when I was talking about the ladies in the game and how I wanted to help them, in any event, when they would have rather not upheld me, how I was combating narratives about me, how I was pinned as a harasser when it was never the case.
I simply wanted to communicate something specific of versatility and honesty and that’s the same game that Monte said he was playing, yet I was the one that actually had to reap the repercussions of it.
So to conquer that and have the option to assemble everything in the end, and not make individuals on the jury feel like I was guilting them into a vote, however talking about reality. I think with regards to going out in history, I wouldn’t be stunned assuming that individuals continue to mention my name, which is so dumb to say without holding back.
That sounds so absurd. I was a passive fan. I only started watching Big Brother last year when a very cut of Tiffany [Mitchell] creating the master plan sprung up on TikTok.
That is the way I got into this game, by a Tiffany TikTok. And presently individuals are telling me that I’m going down in history as one of the greats, I’ve made history two times over in one night in this game. It’s unbelievable the way in which I arrived. Be that as it may, I’m so glad, so pleased with what I’ve had the option to show can be conceivable in the game.
In the first place, she’s significantly smaller than I suspected. You’d never think that looking at her. Wow, I adore her.
In any case, there were such countless minutes where, because the game I had to play was so cautious, I was always fighting for my life in that house.
I felt that Tiffany would be disappointed in my game and consistently I was like, “I simply want Tiffany to like me. I simply want her want to hang out with me.
I simply want to make her pleased, my game playing and to escape that house and realize that she had actually been rooting for me since day one, since all the preseason things came out.”
That made my day because that is someone that I really wanted to earn the admiration of and to realize I did it early on, you just can’t replicate that kind of feeling.
I really do plan on watching it back. I’ve gotten a few warnings from loved ones.
So instead of having to take a break for the two or three weeks, I think my plan as of now is to get the synopsis and to see what went down, how things kind of played out.
However at that point I think I really want to simply take my time really digesting everything, and maybe from there I’ll have to reanalyze relationships that I have with individuals, or who can say for sure? Maybe it’ll be water under the scaffold.
Gracious, I was miserable… Joseph really was my stone, my sanity. He didn’t should in the begin.
So knowing that my initial assumption about Joseph not turning on me was valid, had I known circumstances were unique, I probably could never have wound up in a second temporary showmance. In any case, the “Jaylor” liking, me liking the “Jaylor” tweets, I really have such a soft spot for the fellow and I’m confident that whether we’re companions or something more, we’re going to be profoundly, profoundly connected forever now.
I talk about what it means to be the principal Black woman to win mainline of Big Brother.
Yet, I think my particular process can relate to such countless more individuals because it’s simply the account of strength and perseverance, and when individuals force you to uncertainty yourself, you have to put stock in yourself.
You really want to understand that you are the person that you think you are. You can invest in yourself.
You can have conversations to encourage individuals to see who you really are. To the point where individuals start to turn and say, “Wait, no, no, no, I always like this person.
I never was really against them.” I simply want individuals to understand that there is value in persevering and [the] reward can be valued at $800,000 and quite a lot more in the end.
Because there’s quite a lot more believing in yourself and trusting yourself at the day’s end.
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I got to get in there and have a little conversation with them. In any case, with regards to Lays, I’m not an Unsettles young lady, I would generally rather avoid flavors, I simply want the classic original Lays potato chips and nothing else. That’s the point at which I’m the happiest young lady.