A controversial houseguest, JC was a skirt voter in the Level Six Alliance. He would often play both sides between Level Six and the rival FOUTTE alliance, was particularly close with FOUTTE member Faysal Shafaat and Level Six member Tyler Crispen, and managed to manipulate several houseguests, particularly Faysal. On many occasions throughout the season, JC said and did many controversial things, which earned him the ire of the viewers as well as his fellow houseguests. His game began to unravel at the final 6 where he was nominated for the first time all season and his ally Brett was blindsided. At the final 5, he was nominated, but he escaped eviction. At the final 4, he pulled off his first HoH win. He ultimately placed 3rd and became the 9th and final member of the jury when Level Six member Kaycee Clark cast the sole vote to evict him.
Age: 28 Hometown: Miami, FL via Spain Current city: West Hollywood, CA Occupation: Professional dancer Three adjectives that describe you: Outgoing, honest, and eccentric. Favorite activities: Going to the gym, watching movies, and going to theme parks. What do you think will be the most difficult part about living inside the Big Brother house?
I am very good with people. It could be difficult to be liked by everyone but I will do my best. Which past Big Brother cast member did you like most? Josh Martinez. Definitely. He represents the kind of people I grew up with. Made me feel at home. I am glad he won. Do you have a strategy for winning the game?
Yes, and I am already thinking about it. I am going to be the sweetest small guy that everyone would want to hug and kiss. My life's motto is...
To enjoy the moment because you do not know about tomorrow. What would you take into the house and why?
Fun facts about yourself:
I have a very short fuse when it comes to my height.
I was nearly fired in the middle of a dance performance.
I say I'm 5'0", but I'm only 4'8".
I was born in Cuba while my parents were living there for work. (They're from Spain, originally.)