Kim, who now resides in Chicago, told Big Brother host Julie Chen that she was doubting fellow houseguest Andy Herren's loyalty over the last few weeks.
"I knew if I asked him to put up Amanda Zuckerman and McCrae Olson and he wasn't going to be willing to do that when I made a Final 2 with
Andy, I knew his loyalty was not going to be with me," Kim told Chen after her eviction, RealityTVWorld reported. "And it started to
worry me, but at the same time, it's Andy. Andy is not a liar and he's
not a cheater. Andy is an all-American good old boy, and I knew in his
heart he loves me. I wanted him to make a big move."
Kim was a fan favorite, who said her strategy to win Big Brother was to be fearless, BigBrotherNetwork reported.
She said in her initial interview , “To win Big Brother you can not be afraid of the block. If you play like you’re afraid of the block you are not going to win."
After her eviction, the remaining houseguests competed in a Head of Household competition. Big Brother 15 airs Sunday on WUSA 9 at 8 p.m.