Entering the Big Brother 5 house with her look-alike sister, Natalie, Adria Klein thought that surely two heads would be better than one. But boy, was she ever mistaken: Once the "twin twist" was revealed, the Alabamans' fellow contestants wanted nothing more than to knock their noggins together! That sentiment only increased when "A," as she was nicknamed, nominated, then personally eliminated, her own ally, Will. (Talk about your bad Karma Electra!) The 30-year-old fitness professional was finally sent packing last week (in a unanimous decision, we might add), but not before confirming her flatmates' worst fears — that, despite their protestations of individuality, she and her sibling would be bloc-voting for the grand-prize winner. Here, apparently out of threats for the moment, the Bible-thumping back-stabber shares her story with TV Guide Online.
TV Guide Online: What did you think of this season's "Project DNA (Do Not Assume)" twists?
Adria: I think it was amazing! I am so thankful to be a part of it.
TVGO: What challenge was the most fun for you?
Adria: The switches with Natalie [while pretending to be the same person] were the most challenging part of the game, yet they were the funnest.
TVGO: Which was harder — keeping the twin twist a secret or dealing with the houseguests once the truth was revealed?
Adria: The twin twist was harder.
TVGO: Do you think that people ever really got a chance to know the real you?
Adria: No. They only knew an outline of me and never really trusted my commitment or saw me as an asset for them.
TVGO: Did you have any embarrassing moments that you wish you could take back?
Adria: I had a piece of toilet paper on my butt while stretching, and Jase noticed it.
TVGO: Heaven knows you burned some bridges on the show. Do you think you made any lasting friendships?
Adria: I do [think I did] with Natalie, Michael and Drew for sure. Other [relationships] will continue to grow, too.
TVGO: Do you think you could have done anything differently to help you win?
Adria: Yes. I could have aligned with different players earlier in the game that might have supported me when things heated up.
TVGO: Do you think you were voted out because you are a strong player or because of your automatic alliance with Natalie?
Adria: [Head of Household] Marvin gave both reasons as cause for my nomination. But I feel the alliance with Natalie was the main reason.
TVGO: Voting out Will pointed a lot of anger in your direction. Why on earth did you do it?
Adria: Because Will and his teammates were going to come at me regardless, just for putting him up [on the block]. He was a sure thing [to vote against me later], and Marvin was still an unknown.
TVGO: Were you disappointed in Karen for not using her veto on you?
Adria: Yes. I wanted to see more out of Karen, to make gaming moves and be a teammate.
TVGO: Do you think Drew and Diane's relationship can survive this game?
Adria: No! They are playing the game by playing each other.
TVGO: Was being in the house harder than you expected?
Adria: Absolutely. But it was a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
TVGO: How difficult was it to be separated from your husband, Lenny?
Adria: It has been so unbelievably difficult. I can't wait to be with him so we can talk, hold each other and laugh. He's my best friend.
TVGO: So would you ever do another reality show?
Adria: I would look at any opportunity like this. It is unbelievable.
TVGO: Since Karen compulsively baked, I have to ask — how were her cookies?
Adria: Her cookies weren't very good at all. However, the last oatmeal-raisin batch was pretty good with the use of flour.