Thursday, September 14, 2006

‘Big Brother’ Winner Insists Show Is About Money, Not Love Affairs

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Big Brother winner Mike “Boogie” Malin has a complaint: He thinks too many people are focusing on his “show-mance” with runner-up Erika Landin, and not enough on his victory.

Malin says he’s waited five years for the chance to return to Big Brother and says he felt “cheated out of the first experience” by letting relationships get in the way.

That’s not the case this time.

As he puts it, “It feels very good to play and win against the very best.”

Malin attributes his win to his “hide in plain sight” strategy, which he describes as “making it obvious that we were going to do whatever it takes to win.”

Now, Malin will do whatever it takes to celebrate. He currently owns three restaurants in Hollywood and plans to hold a party for a few hundred employees.

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