Former beauty queen Diana Hayden, who was voted out of TV reality show Bigg Boss on Friday, has blamed co-participants Rahul Mahajan and Monica Bedi for making the game "very dirty".
"The dirtiest game is being played by Rahul and Monica. They have no values or scruples," Diana, who managed to stay in the Bigg Boss house for eight weeks, told IANS over phone from Mumbai.
"I had the most amazing six weeks on the show, but the last two weeks got very dirty. Rahul never liked me because he knew that I could see what he was doing. They (Monica and Rahul) believed in doing everything for the camera. Fine you want to win, but its wrong to encourage fights, lie, and forget your values to win a game," she added.
Diana, who was a late entrant in the show, entered the Bigg Boss house mid-September. Diana, who won the Miss World crown in 1997, said her stay in the house was a welcome break for her.
"I agreed to the show because I wanted to be a part of a competition. Also, I travel a lot, so I thought it'll be a welcome break for me. Just relaxing and eating good Indian food," she said.
Although Diana was cordial with all other inmates of the show, her proximity with reality show MTV Roadies 5.0 winner Ashutosh Kaushik, raised a few eyebrows in the public as well as within the Bigg Boss house.
"I gelled well with Ashutosh because he is a very simple and honest person. We are just very good friends. He is a charming person, very sweet and childish. He is funny and silly and that's why he used to do all those antics, by which people thought that he has feelings for me," she said.
Rubbishing rumours of a romantic liaison with Ashutosh, Diana said: "I'm not in a relationship and don't want to be in one at the moment. I'm sure its only friendship even from his side."
Apart from Ashutosh, Diana was good friends with singer Debojit Saha, item girl Sambhavana Seth and non-celebrity participant Alina Wadiwala.
"I was very protective and defensive about Debojit, since he is a very simple person," she said.
The model-turned-actress, who shifted base to Los Angeles a few years ago, is hopeful that Ashutosh wins the game.
"I really want Ashutosh to win because I feel that he deserves to be the winner. The audience should vote for persons who genuinely need the money and the opportunity," averred Diana.
She has also advised the audience "to use their conscience" to vote.
"I agree that it's an entertainment show but still they should not vote for people who just lie and play dirty games," she said.