He was known for being in a showmance with Nicole and for being a member of the 8-Pack alliance. Corey tried to refrain from winning competitions often, resorting to winning only when his life in the game was on the line. The most notable instances of this occurred during the Double Eviction and in the final stages of the game in order to protect himself and Nicole. The couple managed to survive up until Final 4 where he finished in fourth place after James decided to obey Paul's wishes and cast the sole vote to evict him, making him the eighth member of the Jury.
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He is the first and only male to hold this record.
Corey is the fourth HouseGuest to win the Power of Veto in all three situations (as HOH, as a nominee, and as a picked player). The first HouseGuests do accomplish were Daniele Donato, Shane Meaney & Paulie Calafiore respectively.
Corey is tied with Paulie and Paul for the most PoV competitions won in Big Brother 18 with three wins each.
Corey, along with Da'Vonne, Tiffany, and Bridgette (until finale night) always voted with the majority.
He is the only male that has always voted with the majority
Out of all HouseGuests who always voted with the majority, he casts more votes than any other HouseGuest, with 8 (9 if the finale is included).
Corey created controversy for making homophobic comments on his Twitter account, and later on the live feeds by making jokes about some of his friends taking part in animal abuse.
Frankie Grande (who is also a controversial HouseGuest) reacted to Corey's homophobic tweets by saying, "I hope one day someone sticks it in you [to accept the gay community] and you figure it out [to accept others for who they are]."