Audrey is the first transgender HouseGuest to compete in the U. On the first day, she revealed this to the whole house, and they fully supported her. That coalition failed, and she and Da'Vonne helped create an early power alliance called The High Rollers. However, she quickly became a target when she began playing the game too hard too fast and continuously throwing her allies under the bus.
Audrey Middleton on her Big Brother experience, four months later
Since Sunday night Audrey Middleton has been slowly withdrawing herself from Big Brother 17 in preparation of her seemingly inevitable eviction later this week. Audrey has not quit Big Brother. Starting back on Sunday near midnight the Houseguests noticed Audrey had gone missing which meant she had to be in the DR.
That was also the same season that a pair of twins, Liz and Julia Nolan, competed as one. While Audrey did become a fan favorite during her season, she did not last long on the show. In the tweets, Middleton claimed that CBS doesn't care about representation on the show and that CBS "appeals to the social climate, at all cost. At the time, Caitlyn Jenner had just come out as transgender and was getting a positive reception, and CBS wanted to capitalize on that.