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Todrick Hall Refused To Do Interviews After Losing 'Big Brother,' Threw A 'Tantrum'

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Feb. 24 2022, Published 12:29 p.m. ET

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Taylor Swift's BFF Todrick Hall threw a major fit behind the scenes after losing Big Brother last night.

Sources close to production tell Radar, the 36-year-old entertainer was not pleased after losing to Miesha Tate by a vote of 7-1.

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During the season, Hall did not make many friends and many of his costars were appalled by what they saw during his confessionals.

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During the season, Hall did not make many friends and many of his costars were appalled by what they saw during his confessionals.

The members of the jury included Cynthia Bailey, Todd Bridges, Lamar Odom, Carson Kressley, Shanna Moakler, Chris Kirkpatrick, Chris Kattan, Miari Nagasu, and Teddi Mellencamp.

Sources tell us after the winner was announced Miesha and Todrick walked out of the home but none of the jury stood up to clap. The host Julia Chen had to instruct the cast to get up and react.

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We’re told Teddi, Shanna, and Todd all gave Todrick the cold shoulder and did not hug him. Todd could barely contain his disdain during the live show. "Todd rolling his eyes at Todrick is the new viral meme we didn’t know we needed in 2022," one fan noted.

Teddi did get up to hug Miesha on her win.

During the commercial break, we’re told Todrick told some of the other houseguests they were “bitter and sad.”

One eyewitness said Todrick “threw a full on tantrum.” At one point, Shanna shouted at him, “Karma is good.”

We’re told Lamar had to keep the peace and tried to calm everyone down.

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The drama ended with Todrick refusing to do any scheduled interviews — which is part of his deal.

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Fans were quick to call him out on Twitter. “RIP Todrick Hall. He's not dead, but his career is,” read one message.

Another argued, “Todrick absolutely deserves all the hate he’s getting right now I’ve never seen someone go on a tv show where they know they’re being filmed 24/7 and just openly expose themselves in the worst way as a mean girl & a shi--y human.”

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