The Live In It To Win It contestants are starting to become friendly, opening up and showing their weaknesses to each other without really knowing it. Of course, we’re catching them one by one and using them to our advantage. Last night, the Jetta 4 were given a surprise lullaby as they slept: 10 hours of The Chicken Song as loud as it could go in the echoing showroom. You’re welcome, contestants!
Today, they’re all tired and a little worn down. Are the Jetta 4 starting to break down slowly? We asked the golden question today: What would it take to get you out of that $24,000 Jetta?
Jersey Shore Brandie let us in on some secrets: what would it take to get Naughty Naimah and Hot Mess Matt out of the car? She’s playing spy and taking up little hints to use to her advantage. But she let us know one thing… she’s determined to win this Jetta no matter what.
Could alliances be changing? All American Marc opened up that he hasn’t had the time to talk to Hot Mess Matt since the seat change put him next to Brandie. In fact, he admitted he has an unspoken connection with Jersey Shore Brandie now that they had time to bond overnight. Not sure how long the Matt/Marc alliance will last since most contestants have changed their minds on ruling out Brandie’s determination.
Hot Mess Matt is still in good spirits after having a quick wash down bath in the bathroom earlier this morning but he’s still thinking about the final prize. He believes Brandie’s prize of having her kid visit will pull her heartstrings and push her into wanting to go home quicker. But that’s not all that’s on his mind… when asked what it would take to get him out of the car he agreed a party night with Ke$ha would just about do it. Of course, with the cheap liquor because he doesn’t think you need to be classy with Ke$ha.
We’re slowly learning that Naughty Naimah isn’t so quiet anymore. Her silence in the beginning has been thrown out the window as she admitted she’s really becoming friends with each of the players. She even said she’s the only one that has had one-on-one time with everyone. Could it be to her advantage? Even our 10-hour song annoyance didn’t bother her as she told us she grew up near a night club and loud music was an everyday occurrence. But she did admit what would get her out of the car and that’s cold, hard cash. But how much?