Photo: Courtesy of Netflix Prior to joining The Circle season two , DeLeesa St. Agathe was already well aware of how she could be perceived online, having run her own YouTube channel, Leesa Unique , for over four years. So when the 32-year-old "mompreneur" entered the Netflix competition series last fall, she decided to do so not as herself but as a catfish. Using photos of her actual husband, Trevor, DeLeesa pretended to be a single father whose big heart quickly made him a favorite among contestants and viewers alike. But playing the hunky Trevor did come with its own set of unexpected obstacles. On day one, DeLeesa found herself in a flirty showmance with competitor Chloe Veitch, who fell head over heels for the #FunGuy she believed was on the other side of the screen. In the end, Chloe wasn't the only one "Trevor" had completely fooled. After successfully evading catfish hunters all season, DeLeesa was crowned the winner in Wednesday's season finale. We hopped on the phone with DeLeesa to find out how she pulled off the perfect catfish, where her relationship with Chloe stands now, and what the real Trevor thinks of it all. You decided to… Read full this story
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