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Philippe Paquette This outspoken heartbreaker is not looking to be sensitive to the feelings of others, and will do whatever it takes to win. Age: 21 Hometown: Ottawa, ON Occupation: University Student/DJ Describe yourself in three words: Athletic, Social butterfly, Confident Do you have a strategy to win Big Brother Canada? I’m going to try and stay under the radar for the first little while, and make some relationships and throw every competition possible at the beginning. And then beyond that, it’s all about the social side. I could stab anyone in the back – I know people say that but in my case it’s true. They get emotional. I don’t. To win, you have to cut ties eventually. Around day 42 I’ll be ready for a showmance. I definitely don’t want one right away. Girls are trouble in my life! They can’t be controlled. I’ll wait till it’s a bit safer. If you could take one thing inside the house, what would it be and why? Music. I’m a DJ and I’ve made a bit of a name for myself in the club scene in Ottawa. It’s an outlet and it can put you in a different headspace if you need that. Each song can remind you of a different moment or change your mood. It would be nice to have that release. Brain vs. Brawn. Which challenges, physical or mental, do you fear most? Brain for sure. I’m definitely not going to be the smartest guy in there. I’m pretty brutal at puzzles. I was never that kid who was interested in that stuff. If you won, how would you spend the $100k? I honestly think I’d just put it away and try and use it down the road to get myself set up for the future. I definitely wouldn’t blow it on a Nissan Skyline or something. That’s my dream car but I’ll wait a couple years until my money grows more. Then I can really afford it. Who is your Big Brother Canada idol and why? Jon Pardy (BBCAN Season 2)! I feel like we’d get along great, have a few pints, watch some hockey. Oh man – I’ve gotta meet that guy. I wouldn’t say I’m going to be like him in the house, I mean he’s Jon Pardy, no one can be him. But I think we’re boys, and I think we’d see eye-to-eye on everything. I just have a bit more edge to me. True North strong and free. What is your favourite thing about Canada? Definitely not the weather! I think we are humble and a smart nation. We’ve got Tim Hortons. Good coffee, good hockey. What more do you need?