Big Brother's Victor Arroyo, the most recent person evicted from the house, has opened up about his time on the show and whether he has any regrets.

One thing Arroyo wishes he had done differently was treat Natalie Negrotti better.

"The person who started the most drama with me was Natalie, who was on my initial alliance," Arroyo, 25, told Us Weekly before quipping, "Thank you, Natalie."

Negrotti complained about how Arroyo always had an opinion and felt the need to comment on everything she said or did. Most of the time, his remarks were unflattering or insensitive.

Arroyo, however, had no idea he was offending Negrotti while in the house.

"I do regret that she feels that [way]," the gym manager told the magazine. "Anything that I said wasn't meant to be disrespectful. I apologize if it was."

If he could do it all over again, Arroyo admitted he might've aligned with different people.

"I would still align myself with [Jozea Flores], but maybe some other girls in the house. Maybe not Natalie. She wasn't very effective in our alliance -- she didn't really do anything," Arroyo said.

Although Big Brother made it seem like Arroyo never saw his elimination coming, he argued otherwise.

"I wasn't blindsided at all," Arroyo insisted. "When I went up on the block, I knew without a shadow of a doubt I'd be evicted that week. When I wasn't on the block initially, I called backdoor, and that's what happened."

He surprisingly didn't see any cracks in other alliances.

"No, they held pretty strong," he said. "I didn't see a break at all, especially since I'm out. They did a great job keeping it under wraps."

Arroyo, a self-proclaimed ladies' man, also told Us he wasn't interested in a showmance with any girl in the house.

Arroyo was evicted from the Big Brother house last week with nine votes. Bronte D'Acquisto received one vote for eviction at the time, while Tiffany Rousso earned herself zero votes.
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