Who won the inaugural season of “Big Brother: Over the Top” Thursday night? Surprisingly, the ultimate champion was not the person that a majority of 59% of our readers thought would win. Instead, our users’ second-place choice shocked America by taking home the $250,000 prize. Oh Mylanta! Be sure to read our spoiler-filled recap below.
Jason Roy, who won America’s initial vote to re-enter the house, ended up coming in second place in what host Julie Chen called one of the closest votes in “Big Brother” history. Instead, Jason’s rival in the house Morgan Willett was announced as the winner, sending shock waves through America as Jason had been the expected frontrunner for most of the season.
In our “Big Brother: Over the Top” poll from last week that asked who our readers thought would win, Jason earned 59% of the vote, while Morgan came in second place with 33%. Third-place finisher Kryssie Ridolfi actually came in dead last in our poll with 1%, while Justin Duncan, who came in fourth place on the show, earned 7% in our poll.
Congratulations to our two readers, Bondzzz and Dferny, who earned 46.15% accuracy predicting the finishing order of all 13 “Big Brother: Over the Top” houseguests. If eligible, as per our contest rules, Bondzzz will win a $100 Amazon gift certificate since he earned more points (73,150) thanks to locking in the best odds throughout the contest. See where YOU place on our “Big Brother: Over the Top” leaderboard.
These two readers did the best at predicting the answers to this season’s questions: that Morgan would win, that Jason would place second, that Kryssie would place third, that Justin would place fourth, that Shelby would place fifth, that Danielle would place sixth, that Whitney would place seventh, that Alex would place eighth, that Scott would place ninth, that Neeley would place 10th, that Shane would place 11th, that Monte would place 12th and that Cornbread would place 13th.