'Big Brother 16': If Hayden returns, his No. 1 target is ...

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hayden-voss-evicted-big-brother-16.jpgHayden Voss was the unfortunate victim of the surprise double eviction in the "Big Brother 16" house Thursday (Aug. 7), much to the anger of his showmance, Nicole Franzel. Hayden tells Zap2it that he wasn't shocked at the way things went down once Jocasta was evicted, and he also reveals his No. 1 target should he get a chance to return to the house.

Zap2it: Are you glad you did "Big Brother"? Was the experience everything you hoped it would be?

Hayden Voss: I am SO glad I did "Big Brother." The experience was way better than I thought it would be. The personal connections I made with people is pretty cool. I'll have some new lifelong friends.

How shocked are you at the way the double eviction went down?
It's hard to say completely shocked ... as soon as Jocasta got evicted I knew what was going on.

Did you have any inkling that it would be Jocasta leaving instead of Zach?
I knew that Frankie and Christine were trying to do all kinds of weird stuff, but Derrick and Cody being a part of it was definitely what threw me off. I had no idea they'd be involved in it.

Who do you think is in the best position in the game right now?

Probably Caleb and Victoria. No one wants to get rid of them. The only person that is trying take out Caleb is Donny, but he'll have a hard time trying by himself.

Who do you think is the most vulnerable this week?

Probably Nicole. Little dingus Nicole.

What has most surprised you about the game?
The downtime, for sure. You're just in there all day long, doing nothing. I'm sure the show makes it seem like there's a lot going on, but it's pretty relaxed.

You're obviously rooting for Nicole to win the game, but is there anyone else you hope will make it far in the game?
Donny, my man.

If you get to come back in the game, who is your No. 1 target?
Cody.

"Big Brother" airs Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays on CBS.

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