And The Winner Of Big Brother Is…
The winner of Big Brother was crowned on Wednesday's Season 14 finale of the CBS hit, nabbing the $500,000 grand prize.
Ian Terry, a 21-year-old engineering student at Tulane, is the latest winner of the show, defeating tenth season winner Dan Gheesling by a 6-1 vote after the grueling 75-day competition.
"This is easily the best moment of my entire life," Terry said after his victory on the show.
"I hope you're not too disgusted with me," Gheesling, who was quite duplicitous with his rivals during the show, told the voters as he pleaded for their approval. "There are a lot of things I'm ashamed of. I had to play a ruthless game. If I could take it back, would I? Yeah...I was up to my elbows in blood."
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Danielle Murphree, the only contestant to vote for Gheesling, finished in third place. Frank Eudy was crowned America's Player, taking home $25,000 for the honors.
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The show's 15th season will air next summer.
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