Talking with Daytime Confidential Jason shared details of the character he’d be playing on his B&B appearance plus what it was like making the shift from Big Brother to another one of CBS’s shows. Read on for what Jason had to say.
The Big Brother 17 Houseguests gathered together again for the red carpet after party this week and they were ready for the cameras.
After nearly 100 days of Big Brother these now former HGs earned a good time with their fans, friends, fellow Houseguests, and even some former Houseguests showed up too to congratulate them on the season. Looks like Steve was ready to celebrate his success and we even see that John and Becky got together for a pic.
Steve Moses took the win on Big Brother 17 this week but he did so without the help of his former ally, Vanessa Rousso. Rousso cast her vote instead in support of Liz Nolan who came in second this season.
Speaking with Julie Chen and her co-hosts of The Talk on Thursday, Steve explained that he had “no hard feelings” and was sure he and Vanessa would remain close friends. Read more and watch the full interview clip below.
Vanessa Rousso was ousted from the Big Brother 17 house in a major upset during the season finale last night when Steve Moses beat her out in a narrowly won competition and wisely sent her to the Jury before she had the chance to beat him there.
Arriving in Jury Vanessa surprised Steve with a vote against him as she explained to us today in our interview. Find out why she says she voted for Liz and why that season long emotional strategy might not have been strategy after all.
Liz Nolan beat expectations when she entered the Big Brother 17 house as part of the Twin Twist and not only survived to have her sister Julia join the season but to also make it to the Final Two where she became the runner-up and won $50,000.
Now outside of the house Liz was excited to discuss her experience, all the fun she had, and what it was like playing as part of a (briefly) hidden twist.
Steve Moses was crowned the winner of Big Brother 17 last night when he managed to best his biggest competitor, Vanessa Rousso, in a three-round competition and move on to face a Jury who sided in his favor.
Now with the season behind him and a half-million dollars in his pocket we got to talk with Steve about the experience, what he thought of the Jury vote, and what were his best and worst moves in a Big Brother summer that all came down to one last question.