Big Brother 2023 crowns its winner after six incredible weeks of drama

Big Brother 2023 finalists

We have our Big Brother 2023 winner! (Picture: Shutterstock for Big Brother)

It’s been six weeks since our beloved Big Brother returned to TV screens across the country… and we now have our winner.

The ITV revival has been a mega hit since AJ Odudu and Will Best made their hosting debut, five years after the social experiment last aired on Channel 5.

We’ve seen some pretty whacky shopping tasks, shocking eliminations, witnessed fiery arguments between housemates, as well as some steamy snogging, and it’s all been leading up to tonight’s grand final.

Millions of votes were cast as viewers chose between Jordan, Yinrun, Henry, Olivia, and Noky to take home £100,000.

There could only be one winner, though, and it was Jordan who took home the prize.

As for the rest of the housemates, Olivia was our runner-up, finishing second.

Olivia, Noky, Henry, Yinrun, and Jordan made up our finalists (Picture: ITV)

Henry came third, Yinrun finished fourth, while Noky was fifth.

All walked out of the new ITV house to wild applause and cheers from the crowd, with their ex-housemates – minus Trish Balusa – also there to welcome them.

Ahead of the big winner announcement tonight, the finalists were shown enjoying one last meal together on their final night.

Dressed up to the nines, all five took turns to give a speech, reflecting on their BB experience.

The final five shared one last meal together before their experience ended (Picture: Shutterstock for Big Brother)

They each gave a lovely speech, reflecting on their time in the house (Picture: Shutterstock for Big Brother)

Jordan and Henry ended the night with an embrace (Picture: Shutterstock for Big Brother)

‘Thank you for the good, the bad, and everything in between,’ said former Miss GB Noky.

Olivia added: ‘This is special and for the rest of my life I will remember tonight.’

Henry said sweetly: ‘This process has unlocked some kind of, my emotional orifices, and I’ve been able to be a much better person for it.’

Reflecting on his time with Henry, a smiling Jordan shared his excitement to get to know each other away from prying eyes.

‘You’re wonderful and I can’t wait to spend time with you on the outside, without the cameras,’ he said.

Lastly, Yinrun praised her fellow finalists for ‘helping me to know myself.’

Lawyer Jordan, 26, was a firm favourite to make the final from the early days (Picture: Shutterstock for Big Brother)

Food writer Henry, 25, won the hearts of viewers, despite his political opinions causing divide on launch night (Picture: Shutterstock for Big Brother)

Yinrun, 25, won the hears of the nation (Picture: Shutterstock for Big Brother)

Despite being the joint most-nominated housemate series, Noky, 26, proved everyone wrong and made the final week (Picture: Shutterstock for Big Brother)

Dancer Olivia, 23, was a controversial character but had garnered a loyal fanbase by the end (Picture: Shutterstock for Big Brother)

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Source:: Metro


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