And, speaking with her following her exit, it seems she's still not fully caught up on everything just yet ... but the two are working through it.
"I haven't seen anything. I haven't seen all the headlines or social media so I'm not 100% what's going on but, yes, he's the first person I got to see and it was amazing," Moakler told TooFab when asked about all the media coverage the two sparked while she was sequestered away from the rest of the world.
"We're working on things and just moving forward the best that we can," she added.
Speaking more generally about life on the outside, she said, "It's just been so wonderful being home and having the amenities of home and my animals and just being able to not share a bathroom with 10 other people."
"It was weird just being in a car and seeing the sky. I just lived in there with no vices whatsoever. I didn't know how I was going to be able to handle it," she continued. "I was gonna try my best and it definitely, the one thing about 'Big Brother' that I don't think people know is it's just all-consuming emotionally, mentally, physically. It's like you never think it's so complex, but it really is."
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The drama might be sliding from the "Celebrity Big Brother" house and into the real world as eagle-eyed fans noticed that Shanna Moakler is no longer following her boyfriend Matthew Rondeau, whom she gushed over during her time on the inside. He does not appear to be following her, either.
It's not a full scrub, though, as she still has pictures with him up on her feed, but it's a notable change considering what allegedly happened earlier this month after Teddi Mellencamp became the first Houseguest evicted from "CBB."
Teddi and Shanna had grown close in the house, and it looks like Teddi still had her back even after she was blindsided and became the first celebrity given the boot. Earlier this month, speaking on her "Two T's in a Pod" podcast with co-host Tamra Judge, Teddi said that Matthew slid into her DMs.
When Tamra asked if Matthew had made a pass at her while Shanna was still inside the house, Teddi insisted, "He was not hitting on me." But, she also emphasized in a message to Moakler, "Shanna, when you get out of the house if he hasn't told you anything, you need to call me girl."
She also emphasized on the podcast that she had never tagged Matthew in any of her posts, so he would have had to seek her out to direct message her on Instagram. But according to her, Matthew reached out after she jokingly made the comment she wouldn't have left her hat in the house had she known Shanna was going to help vote her out.
According to a report from TMZ, Matthew was not happy with what he saw as flirting between Shanna and fellow Houseguest Lamar Odom during their time together on the show. While he understands it's a game show, per the outlet's sources, he felt boundaries were being crossed.
As for being voted out first, Teddi holds no ill will, saying, "I’ll still talk to her because I know she’s playing the game hard because her family and her life. And, you know, she’s been wronged a lot of times, and I ultimately have empathy for her."
There has been no indication if Teddi and Shanna connected shortly after Shanna's eviction from the house on Monday night or not, but it is telling that within 24 hours, there appears to have been at least a public shift in what's going on between Teddi and Shanna.
Shanna and Teddi will reunite on CBS live next Wednesday, February 23, at 8 p.m. ET for the "Celebrity Big Brother" finale where they'll help vote for this season's winner.