‘Sore loser’ Todrick Hall cancels interviews after ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ finale

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February 24, 2022 | 9:10am

Maybe he just needed to calm down.

Todrick Hall canceled interviews about his time on “Celebrity Big Brother” after a near-unanimous loss in Wednesday’s finale, Page Six confirms.

Season 3 winner Miesha Tate, third-place finisher Cynthia Bailey and newly minted America’s Favorite Houseguest Carson Kressley all went forward with their interviews as planned.

A rep for Hall did not immediately respond when Page Six asked why he pulled out of the interviews and whether he plans to reschedule.

The singer and dancer was lambasted on social media over the last-minute decision, which came after an icy finale that saw many of his co-stars calling out his deceitful gameplay.

“Todrick being a sore loser and he’s not taking it well. Not surprising,” one Twitter user wrote.

“What a sore Loser .@Todrick Such a big fan but an even bigger loser,” another echoed after Hall repeatedly boasted about being a “Big Brother” superfan.

“29 days of talking about himself nonstop, and now he decides he doesn’t want to 😏🤭🤭🤣,” a third viewer tweeted.

The hashtag “#TodrickExposedParty” also trended on Twitter Thursday morning.

Todrick Hall canceled interviews after coming in second place on “Celebrity Big Brother.”
CBS

Hall, 36, finished in second place after receiving only one of eight votes, courtesy of Bailey, 55. During the finale, his former housemates Teddi Mellencamp, Shanna Moakler, Chris Kirkpatrick and Todd Bridges did not shy away from making their feelings about him known.

“One of your favorite movies is ‘Wizard of Oz,’ but you’ve forgotten that we can see behind the curtain, so I’m going to choose the lesser of two evils,” Mellencamp, 40, said before casting her ballot for Tate, 35.

Hall’s alliance member Miesha Tate won Season 3.
CBS

“The one thing that this vote ensures is that I will not ever have to hear your voice again,” said Moakler, 46.

“I came into this house and tried to leave with integrity, so this is for my son,” said Kirkpatrick, 50, taking aim at Hall for previously saying his son would be embarrassed by him.

“I hope you realize that playing this game and winning, it’s definitely [about] doing it a good way and not talking bad about people that are already gone,” Bridges, 56, added.

Cynthia Bailey (center) finished in third place.
CBS

When Julie Chen announced Tate as the winner moments later, the host practically had to beg the cast to join her in congratulating the mixed martial artist and Hall.

“You can all get up. You don’t have to stay in your seats,” said Chen, 52.

Mellencamp, Moakler and Kirkpatrick noticeably stayed put, however, as the rest of their co-stars walked over to hug Tate and Hall, who won $250,000 and $50,000, respectively.

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