claim to fame Contestant Lark Skov has been open about filming the ABC series while living with her co-stars.
The star, Cindy Crawford’s niece, has made it into the final two episodes of the hit new show, which sees players hiding their famous relatives while trying to guess each other’s celebrity connections.
Several famous faces have already been revealed on the series, including Tiffany Haddish’s sister Jasmine and Keke Palmer’s sister LC, who also made it to the show alongside Lark, Pepper and Logan, who fans believe is country music singer Jason Aldean’s cousin made finals.
Speak with news week before the claim to fame In the finale, Lark, who graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in linguistics in 2020, revealed that her strategy for the game was to “stay flexible.”
she said news week: “I knew that anything could happen in the house, and if I wanted to play a certain role or character to put people off, there was a good chance I would screw it up. So I decided to stay flexible and go along with all the theories my competitors have about me.”
Lark revealed that living with her co-stars was “definitely an experience,” explaining that aside from the producers, the other players were the only people the cast had contact with for a month since phones weren’t allowed in the house film all day.
She said: “All in all I think we 12 have done a really great job living together and being respectful of each other as housemates. However, Logan doesn’t even know how to cook ramen, so I’ll subdue him on the bus about it!”
Lark admitted things got tense at the house because of the nature of the competition at the end.
She explained: “As we got further into the competition, the tension started to escalate. By this point we were all pretty exhausted, not only from lack of sleep, but also from being in competitive mode 24/7 for several weeks without any sort of sleep outlet or even privacy.
“We were all very close at this point too and when there was lying and cheating going on (which was part of the game) emotions definitely ran high and there were a lot of tears from everyone.
“We’re all super close now, which is cool to see that after everything we’ve been through, we can forgive each other and realize that everyone just did what they had to do! And it was a really great group of people. I’m glad I made a lot of new friends along the way.”
Lark, 24, also opened up about her supermodel aunt Crawford, revealing that the best advice she gave her was to “just stay true to yourself”.
“My whole family is very competitive and really loves to play games together, but they wouldn’t have wanted me to do anything at my own expense,” Lark said.
She also revealed that Crawford and her daughter, Lark’s cousin Kaia Gerber, watched the show and said: “I think Cindy is having quite a bit of fun watching this because obviously she wasn’t in the filming or the competition, so she did not know what to expect but she is very involved and there is so much about her life and career in the show.
“The funniest text I got from her after an episode was after the polygraph challenge. She sent me some pictures of her and Snoop Dogg and said, ‘I guess you didn’t know I was close with Snoop.'”
Despite her hugely successful TV debut, Lark says fans shouldn’t expect to see her back on their screens anytime soon. After filming claim to fame The star moved back to her hometown in Colorado, where she says she’s “enjoying the quiet mountain life” until she figures out what’s next for her.
That claim to fame The double episode finale will air Monday, September 5 at 9 p.m. and Tuesday, September 6 at 9 p.m. on ABC, hosted by Kevin and Frankie Jonas.
A huge prize of $100,000 awaits the winner.
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