‘Big Brother Over The Top’ Winner Revealed – Finale Results| December 1, 2016 at 8:50 PM EDT
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.
Viewers voted for two days to cap off two months of voting on nearly every aspect of the game including nominations, Have-Nots, special Care Packages, and even who should be the evicted HG each week. Now we get the results of the most important vote of the entire fall season: who will win it all.
Jason Roy, Kryssie Ridolfi, and Morgan Willett have made their cases and your votes have been tallied. “But First,” it’s time to take a walk down memory lane tonight with a look back over the season and how each of the Final 3 Houseguests made their way to the end.
Before we got to the final voting results, Julie announces that Kryssie came in third place so she was evicted and comes out to the front for an interview with Julie Chen. Kryssie gets to be the only HG of the series for a live, post-eviction interview with Julie. Now it’s time to find out who wins and gets $250,000 and who gets second place with a prize of $25,000.
Big Brother Over The Top Finale Results:
- Winner: Morgan
- Runner-up: Jason
Congrats to Morgan Willet on her win! Julie Chen announced the lead went back and forth multiple times in the past 24 hours and came within 20,000 votes of each other (at 20 votes each day that difference could have been decided as few as 1,000 fans today!) and the closest vote in the game. Wow!
After the results are revealed and the show is over we’ll get the Backyard Interviews with Jeff Schroeder. CBS’s announcement for that said it’d be on FacebookLive so we’ll have to see if it’s also on the Feeds or if we’ll have to go over to FB to find it.
Update: You can go here to watch the live Backyard interviews on FB.
With tonight’s end of Big Brother OTT we’ll be about six months out from the debut of Big Brother 19, a much needed rest after nearly six months of concurrent Big Brother coverage already. This spring we’ll be covering BBCAN as well for those truly dedicated BB fans and I’m sure we’ll have a smattering of Big Brother alumni updates in the off-season.