From final three to one lucky winner. Did Paul, Christmas or Paul take home the half a million dollar prize at the end of ‘Big Brother?’
Paul Abrahamian, Christmas Abbott and Josh Martinez fought really hard to get to this point. But only one person could win Big Brother. The first HOH competition continued with all three finalists holding onto the tale of a flying unicorn… a sentence I never knew I’d write. Whoever won that, would get to skip the second HOH and go right to the third, competing for the spot in the final two. The winner of the final HOH would get to choose who they wanted to take with them to the final two.
Once again, Paul won part one, and headed right to the third HOH comp. During the second competition, Christmas and Josh’s knowledge of the game (plus, their aiming skills) was tested. While Josh seemed to have a tougher time, he actually beat Christmas by only seven minutes.
So it was time for Josh and Paul to battle it out in a comp to test how well they knew the jurors; Julie gave them sentences specific jurors made after leaving the house, with two options of how they finished that sentence. It was a really close competition… but the MEATBALL pulled out the W. Yes, Josh won and got to choose who he’d be taking to the final two. Ultimately, he decided to send Christmas home. Josh said that a lot of people in the jury house were angry at him, so he thought he’d have a better chance with Paul next to him — another player who angered a lot of people — than with Christmas, who was the sweetest person ever.
So, who did jury vote to win? They got to ask a few questions and both Paul and Josh got to make their final pleas, but ultimately, here’s who voted for who:
Christmas – Paul
Kevin – Paul
Alex – Josh
Raven – Paul
Jason – Josh
Matt – Paul
Mark – Josh
Elena – Josh
Cody – Josh
Yes, Josh won Big Brother, and it all came down to Cody, who Josh hated through the entire season. What’s even more shocking? CODY won America’s Favorite Houseguest… and won the $25,000.
HollywoodLifers, are you happy with the win?