'Things Were Just Starting:' A Cute New 'Big Brother Canada' Showmance Had A Tragic End

Kystin forever. 😭💔

You know we love a showmance on Big Brother Canada. But a budding new love connection was cut short by this week's eviction. Warning: spoilers lie ahead. 

Big Brother Canada fans said goodbye to Alberta's Kyle Moore this week after both himself and his potential showmance, Austin Dookwah were put on the chopping block together. Tragically, one of them was destined to go home.  

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In an interview with Narcity, Kyle said that he didn't campaign too hard for himself because he didn't want Austin to have to go home. But, he was sad that he had to leave because "things were just starting to maybe go somewhere" at that point. 

"It’s unfortunate that Kiefer split us up, but I do think that I’ll talk to her outside this house and just kinda go with the flow and see what happens," said Moore. 

While Austin did refer to him as an amazing friend in her goodbye video, we saw some serious chemistry between the two and we're crushed that we couldn't see it develop further.

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