It was just last week that Morgan Willett took home the crown for Big Brother Over The Top but Philip Alan Photography works fast! He’s back this time with a fantastic photo shoot featuring all three of the Smashers.
With Alex, Morgan, and Shelby all still in town this was a great opportunity and Philip Alan delivered some excellent shots here, but that’s no surprise. Check out a few of his pics below then be sure to head over to his Facebook page and find him on Twitter for more of these.
The Nolan twins of Big Brother 17 were back on CBS television this past week as Liz Nolan and Julia Nolan made an appearance on Joel McHale’s “The Great Indoors.” We’ve got pics from the scene and the full video segment as well in case you missed it.
It was a brief scene but a great match for the spirited ladies and a fun chance for Big Brother fans to see them again on TV. Check out their clip below to see how it turned out.
Morgan Willett became the first winner of Big Brother Over The Top this week when America’s Vote results were revealed ands she narrowly defeated Jason. She now joins Nicole as only the second woman to beat a man in a Big Brother US finale and she did it after a season of strong alliance performances and outlasting her allies.
With a nice victory prize of $250,000 in her pocket Morgan is heading back in to the world but before she could do that I had the chance to speak with her today about that win, how she made it happen, surviving over her sister, and more. Read on to see what Morgan had to say.
Jason Roy returned to the Big Brother house with a determined mindset to not only outdo his BB17 performance but to make it to the end and win it all. In the end Jason fell just short of that last piece by a few thousand votes as the victory slipped through his hands to Morgan.
Now on the outside of the house and the season I had the chance to talk with him about surviving his Vet threat, the Fake F5 deal, and even all that drama with Shelby that seemed to outlast almost everything else about the game. Read on for what Jason had to say.
Kryssie Ridolfi became the final evicted Houseguest of Big Brother Over The Top this week when she left the house during finale night and joined the rest of the season’s past Houseguests. She did it all with a smile then and it didn’t sound like that smile had faded today when I got to talk with her about the season.
Kryssie wasn’t a season dominator but she did make it all the way to the very end and there’s an achievement in that alone. Now with the game wrapped up I wanted to talk with her about that infamous Wall of Shame, overcoming her desire to drop out, and just what she really thought about the finale results between Jason and Morgan.
We’re kicking off tonight’s finale of Big Brother Over The Top at 8PM ET as we await Julie Chen’s announcement for the season winner and runner-up among Jason, Kryssie, and Morgan. Will your favorite take home the crown?
BBOTT delivered a whole new way to watch Big Brother with practically a behind the scenes approach to the season with more exposure to the game than fans have ever seen before. Now it comes to a close with a live show featuring all of the season’s cast and our Big Brother host, Julie.