When he was younger Chris Williams thought he had had so much swag that he gave himself the nickname “Swaggy C.” And that’s pretty much all you need to know about this 23-year-old day trader from Bridgeport, Connecticut. Now, Swaggy is making headlines every week inside the “Big Brother” Season 20 house. While he hasn’t yet earned a “Power App” for being America’s most trending houseguest, Swaggy prides himself on his competitive nature and in turn is one of this season’s most controversial players. Fess up: do you love him or hate him? Vote down in our poll below.
In case you ever forget his name, he always wears “Swaggy C” shirts and then draws attention to them by bragging that he’s the “best dressed” in the house. He also talks himself in the third person … a lot. Currently Swaggy can be seen in the arms of his showmance partner Bayleigh Dayton. They’re both smart enough to know that they shouldn’t be in a showmance because it might be detrimental to their game, but then they went and named themselves “Swaleigh” anyway.
Swaggy started out the game on top by winning two challenges. When the house was split into two groups of eight, he prevailed at the physical challenge where he had to assemble the letters “H-O-U-S-E-G-U-E-S-T” while danging from a rope line. He then faced off against Angela Rummans in a head-to-head match-up and won the power to reboot the game, saving eight players from elimination that first week.
His decision to save himself, Rachel Swindler, Angie “Rockstar” Lantry, Brett Robinson, Kaycee Clark, Scottie Salton, Haleigh Broucher and Faysal Shafaat didn’t sit well with life coach Kaitlyn Herman. She hissed, “Really like the worst decision he could have made. He just got so much blood on his hands. I’m literally so pissed. He’s such an idiot.”
Flash-forward two weeks later, and now Kaitlyn is the Head of Household with her sights set on backdooring Swaggy. In Sunday’s episode she nominated Winston Hines and Scottie Salton for eviction, but they’re both pawns. After a discussion with surfer dude Tyler Crispen (who’s our pick to win the whole thing) Kaitlyn decided that backdooring a huge target like Swaggy would be the best move for her game. So unless Swaggy wins the Veto competition, he’s in for a big surprise.
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