The 24-year-old receptionist from Matthews, North Carolina was nominated alongside Porsche Briggs this week after being placed on the chopping block by Head of Household Adam Poch and eventually facing fellow alliance member Rachel Reilly when Briggs won the Head of Household and decided to save herself.
Briggs then made the final vote to send Lloyd home after admitting that she did not know much about her and that she respected Reilly's gameplay from throughout the summer.
Speaking to Julie Chen following her elimination, Lloyd admitted that while she was expecting to leave the house, she still wished that she could have stayed longer.
"I'm a little disappointed. I wish I would have done a little bit better," she explained.
"I've never talked to Porsche ever. I know nothing about that girl so she's like a poker face to me. I knew whenever she won that veto that I was going to go home. She and Rachel were a lot closer."
Asked why she was so forgiving of Adam, who nominated her, she said: "He had to put up someone. He wasn't going to put up me and Rachel together because we were all working together. He said that he wanted me to fight and win that veto."
Lloyd also spoke about her long-standing alliance with Rachel, adding: "She won everything. She's the best competitor! Me and Rachel balanced each other out because we all know she can't keep her mouth shut. I'm good at the social game... and then she's a great competitor.
"I just would have felt bad if she left because I didn't win anything when she got us the duos. I would have felt like I was benefitting from her work, not my own."
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