On her (three-step!) strategy: I have a three-step strategy that I plan on implementing. First step is to get to know everyone's personality, who's mean, who's manipulative, who's a drama queen, who's strategic. Once I have everyone's personality laid out, I'm going to pick my people and use them to get the blood on their hands instead of my hands. I think that requires having a really good social game and making sure you're on good terms with everyone, similar to how Derrick was. ... Once I have my people in line taking out my targets, I'm going to turn it up at the end and become the competition beast I know I can be and win and get myself to the end that way.
On not telling everyone she and Morgan are sisters: I'm going to try to keep it a secret. On Day 1, if people call us out, I can't deny it, I'm going to have to embrace it. If people don't recognize we're sisters -- we look a little different - we can just do our own thing and move forward. We're very, very opposite. I don't want to be caught in a lie, so I don't think I would tell anyone. If people don't know, I'm just going to keep it [a secret] until the end of the game. On finale night, they can find out. I would pick someone else to be my ride or die, but I would be behind the scenes protecting my sister if she's in danger.
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