By JARETT WIESELMAN
September 19, 2013
ETonline: Why did you vote for GinaMarie?
Judd: I knew Andy would win. That's why I gave GM my sympathy vote. Andy should have won, so I knew my sympathy vote wouldn't hurt.
ETonline: How aware of the controversial comments were you while in the house?
Judd: It happened in front of me a lot; it's the kind of thing I don't condone, I don't have that in my life and I don't want to be a part of that.
ETonline: Aaryn blamed a lot of her behavior on being from Texas. As a fellow Southerner, what do you think about that?
Judd: Oh gosh ... she said that? I don't think that's a Southern thing at all. I'm surprised she actually said that. It's a terrible stereotype. I don't appreciate that as a proud southern man.
ETonline: Aaryn, along with GinaMarie and Spencer, were fired from their jobs as a result of the things they said. Surprised?
Judd: Oh wow. I'm not sure what was shown or said -- I'm very surprised about Spencer. But that's part of going on a show like this. You have cameras on your 24/7, even if you feel that way, don't talk that way. It's disrespectful to the fans and your family.