Steven Daigle Big Brother 10

Steven Daigle
Age: 35
Birthday: May 24, 1973
Hometown: Dallas, TX via Opelousas, LA
Occupation: Rodeo Competitor
Marital Status: Single

Most Unique Item Packed: Hat can for his two cowboy hats

Audition Process: Casting associates called his gay rodeo organization looking for competitors to audition.

Strategy: “I want to go in there open to let anything happen.”

Steven is a geographic consultant by day and a rodeo cowboy by night. He is a champion bull rider in the gay rodeo circuit. He attended the Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, TX as well as the University of North Texas in Denton. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in General Agriculture/Marketing and lists graduating from college as his proudest accomplishment. He also worked on a master’s Degree in Applied Geography. In the past, he has hauled horses across the country, taken people on horseback riding treks in the Colorado Rockies and served as a camp director at a children’s camp.

Steven describes himself as spontaneous, outgoing and outrageous. He describes his perfect romantic partner as strong and masculine, financially secure and smart. His favorite activities are being outside with his dog, Payton, a one-eyed miniature Daschund, watching television and working out. His favorite television shows are “Heroes,” “Project Runway” and “Nip/Tuck.” His hero is Chris LeDoux, a former rodeo cowboy who is now a country music star.

He sees himself as being extremely good at reading people and then manipulating them into doing what he wants them to do. He feels he is unique and random and claims that everyone who meets him likes him.

14 thoughts on “Steven Daigle Big Brother 10”

  1. Hey Steven,

    I am pulling for you all the way on Big Brother. I am a big fan of gay rodeo and know a lot of people in it. I attend events whenever I can. It is great having you represent us in the Big Brother house. Thanks.


  2. Hey Steven,

    WOW…is all I can say! If you are single I would love to take you out. I am willing to relocate or you can relocate to me ;)…i know thats blunt from a 25 year old but Not sure if your single but if you are I am game! I am a WV Country boy myself and havent seen anything i like until now!

    Talk to you soon,

  3. Hey Guy, just 2 gay cowboy guyz here. Just wanted to say Good Luck on the show and we will be pulling for ya. We live outside the Houston Tx area on 6 acres that we share with our dogs, cats, and horses. Just regular guys here nothing fancy. Maybe we will run into ya at one of the TGRA Rodeos one day. Again Good Luck on the show

  4. This guy is a pathetic poor sport who whines when he doesn’t get his way. He is a user of friends, family, and drugs. It is sad this guy is representing the gay community.

  5. Looks like Steven’s bad attitude last week will be his demise tomorrow night. I expected more from our “gay cowboy”.

  6. Steven, dude, you were totally robbed. I really hate to see such a nice guy getting dumped on. Of course, it’s not really a game that people with integrity do very well at. I hate to say it, but the people who win, win because they’re very good at serving up a large pile of sh_t and making you think it’s best thing you’ve eatin’ all year.

    I guy like you won’t be single for much longer, just make sure you keep yourself grounded. Best of luck out there in Texas. I hope you make it out one year to the DC Gay Rodeo.

    Take care.

  7. Steven,

    Jack here — a guy’s guy from Chicago — 39. Something weird has happened to me this season — you. I pretty much cried about 6 times for you (and I think I did once total in the past year.) I would’ve given anything in those moments when you looked sad to just put my arm around you and hold you as tight and for as long as you needed.

    From your skiing story where you lost your buddy — to the burglary, where all you cared about was your pup — to the scene where you said all you wanted was to be liked — to the comment you made to Keesha, asking here “why she said that” in front of Libra. (That last one, I thought at first you were mad AT her, but then I realized you were LOOKING OUT for her – and it seemed GENUINE.) Not many people in the world act that way and you should be PROUD.

    You should also be DAMN PROUD for being one of the first “normal” gay men on a show with such a huge audience. And Dan’s comments about never really knowing a gay person — it’s 10,000 fold as I’m sure you’ve opened a lot of minds. PROUD MUCH?

    I know you’re wondering why you were gone so early. Make sure you realize that a big part of that had to do with your not being phony and kissing scrote Jessie’s ass. VERY COOL, MY MAN AND AGAIN YOU SHOULD TAKE PRIDE. (Do you see a theme here?) I’ve watched almost all the Big Bros and can’t remember anyone with the balls you had there.

    As for your eviction — I bawled when I saw you getting ready to cry and keeping your lips pressed together really hard. I know you were feeling extreme, unbelievable emotion watching the goodbye clips (well, except for tool scrote Jessie who had the nads to talk about himself. You looked to the side as if to think “what a creep,” but had the class not to say it.

    If it’s any consolation, it seemed most people in the house (and most viewers) thought you were a great guy.

    Hey–I just realized you may be at the Illinois Gay Rodeo this year? (I think it’s in August?) If so, e-mail me and I’ll come cheer you on and see how you’re doing post-traumatically.

    It seems there’s someone special waiting for you from what Julie got you to say. That is one lucky, lucky dude. I’d crawl through a mile of honey with 100 bears glued to me for that chance.



  8. Now that he has been voted off…..It’s probably for the best. Had Steven won the 500K, he would have been bombarded with angry ex’s and former friends that he has milked money out of….a very long list.
    Steven is one of a kind (God help us if he isn’t). He is the most narcissistic person I’ve ever known, and I’m sure that is one of the reasons he was chosen for the show.
    Those who know Steven know what I am talking about. Anyone that knows him and has a favorable opinion of him either is currently supporting him, or doesn’t have anything that Steven wants from them.
    The good news is that after some therapy and some strong antibiotics you can rid yourself of this parasite.

  9. Remake of Carly Simon’s “Jesse” — DEDICATED TO OUR BOY, STEVEN about Jesse the tool.

    a 1-2- a 1-2-3….and

    “Oh mother say a prayer for me. Jesse’s in the house, he makes me queasy. Don’t let him near me, don’t let him touch me, he’s really creepy.”

    Jesse, I don’t want to lift weights with you
    Jesse, I don’t like to talk with you
    and Jesse, I won’t go near the sheets with you
    I won’t lower my tone
    I want to dump my cologne on you

    hey this is fun…maybe Carly would do this if we ask her…

  10. hey steven you done well on big brother! i really appreciated seeing another gay cowboy on television. i have grown u all my life not thinking there is any gay cowboys besides myself but now that i saw you i realise there is more than you think. because of you i have decided to start the gay rodeo circuit also! thanks so much!

  11. Dust in the wind…who’s talking about Steven now?? I bet Steven thought he’d be “famous” now. And he should be. A 35 year-old man acting 17, getting on TV talking smack and smiling for the camera. A no talent arrogant ***hole. Goodbye Steven Daigle!

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