Get to Know Natalie Negrotti

 

Natalie Negrotti 
Age: 26
Hometown: Caracas, Venezuela, South America
Current City: Franklin Park, NJ
Occupation: Event coordinator
Three adjectives that describe you: Altruistic, athletic, and beautiful.

Favorite Activities: I love painting, cooking, baking, eating, napping, shopping, online shopping, doing makeup, doing hair, tanning, pageants, dancing, going on dates, playing with puppies, looking at puppy videos on Instagram and online, party planning, decorating, having tea time, getting dressed-up, doing my nails, and bargain shopping!

What do you think will be the most difficult part about living inside the Big Brother house? 
Living with men because I have never lived with a man in my house, not even my own father!

Which past Big Brother cast member did you like most? 
Donny [Thompson from Season 16] because he was the sweetest and most genuine human.

Do you have a strategy for winning the game? 
Yes! I’m super-girly and athletic, and will fake everyone out with my kindness. I’ll act very innocent, stay low-key for the first week, and won’t win the first challenge. Then, I will start showing I’m a powerful force not to be messed with. I will have an alliance with only three women because women suck at this game and I was an NFL cheerleader for the New York Jets and know how to deal with large groups of women.

I will also add men to our alliance, since everyone will want to be in an alliance with me. I’m very kind, but I’m very tough and have street smarts because I was raised by a single mother. I’ve had to work my whole life and helped my mom pay her bills when I was in high school. People won’t expect how much adversity I faced and how tough I am because I’m so pretty.

My life’s motto is… 
Work hard and play harder!

What would you take into the house, and why? 
I would take makeup because I can’t live without it; self-tanner because I can’t live without a tan; and my glitter hair spray to keep my hair on-point.

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