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‘House of Villains’ Winner Tanisha Thomas Reveals Her ‘Shock’ Over Finale Vote & Her Plans for the Prize Money (Exclusive)

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‘House of Villains’ Winner Tanisha Thomas Reveals Her ‘Shock’ Over Finale Vote & Her Plans for the Prize Money (Exclusive)

‘House of Villains’ Winner Tanisha Thomas Reveals Her ‘Shock’ Over Finale Vote & Her Plans for the Prize Money (Exclusive)

‘House of Villains’ Winner Tanisha Thomas Reveals Her ‘Shock’ Over Finale Vote & Her Plans for the Prize Money (Exclusive)

America’s Greatest Supervillain has been crowned. ‘Bad Girls Club’ alum Tanisha Thomas breaks down that finale vote and her upcoming plans.

First House of Villains champion. The iconic E! reality show ended with Tanisha Thomas and Johnny Bananas after a dramatic season. Their castmates chose the winner in the finale. After being eliminated, Anfisa Arkhipchenko was the tie-breaker.You could hear a pin drop when Anfisa decided. She chose Tanisha over Bananas.

Tanisha, the inaugural House of Villains winner, spoke exclusively to Hollywood Life.“I was shocked. Tanisha, 38, said her triumph was unbelievable. “Toward the finish, Anfisa and Bananas got so close, so I believed Bananas had something in the back. It was a time when Anfisa broke our tie. Still shocked.”

She continued, “The drama that day could be cut with a knife. It was wild. Nobody could script it. Bananas and I tied after everyone voted. Not only me and other villains. I mean, my best friend and homie are fighting. It was bittersweet. Not knowing what to expect. It was unbelievable.”

Omarosa, Jonny Fairplay, Jax Taylor, Tiffany “New York” Pollard, Corrine Olympios, and Shake Chatterjee returned for the final vote. Tanisha said Jonny’s Bananas vote surprised her most.

“Fairplay was making all kinds of deals with me and told me he would have my back and turned on me,” she said. I should have realized he didn’t play fair, but I consoled him and was sad. He returned because of me. After voting for him to stay, I felt he owed me. He fell for Johnny Bananas. That’s his friend, and he’d cry up a river for him.”

Tanisha was “thrown for a loop” when Omarosa voted for her. “You see, the word around town was that she had told Bananas previously that if it comes down to you and Tanisha in the end and you keep her in this house — and this was when she was trying to send me home — I’ll vote for her to win,” the Bad Girls Club star said Bananas ignored that. Loyal bananas. He was my homie and kept his word. Not sure what to think.

I thought she played. I suppose “If you can’t beat them, you gotta vote for them.”
Tanisha won $200,000 as America’s Greatest Supervillain. Her ambitions for the money were revealed to Hollywood Life.

“I’m going on a long-needed vacation,” Tanisha added. Jamaica calls me. I want to return and launch my podcast, spend more time with my son, and continuing evolving to be an epic, fantastic mom. My existence revolves around that. I adore him. I’ll pay debts and organize my life.”

Tanisha said she’s “adamant about [podcast] hosting.” I enjoy hosting. My passion. I want to resume it. After clearing my head in Jamaica, I’ll plunge into that. My son and I will visit Disney. Mickey Mouse is his current obsession. He never was.”

Bananas said in the finale that he assumed the show’s outcome when he chose Tanisha to sit next to him in the winner’s circle. Bananas was happy for Tanisha despite losing House of Villains.

“I literally came here to leave with the bag, and I got a brother for life and a friend,” Tanisha said of Bananas. I helped him open his Boca Raton boxing facility. Sending people to decorate. I received sponsors, liquor, everything. Baby daddy issues prevented me from attending, but we’ll discuss that later. His podcast is this week. I’m thrilled for the future, but I’ve gained a lifelong buddy and brother.”

This win means “means everything” to Tanisha. “I’m showing that good and bad can collide and coexist,” she said. Excuse my language—you can be a horrible b*tch and a wonderful person. I performed that way throughout show. I played ethically. I played heartily. Was consistent. I was loyal. I focused. I was me. It paid off and made me $200,000 richer.”

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