The Big Brother 13 finale is over and we have a winner! One lucky houseguest walks away from tonight’s final episodes as the official Big Brother 13 winner and takes home $500,000. The second place runner-up gets a pretty nice consolation prize of $50,000. As for the poor third place person, well, they just go home crying. WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN THE EPISODE YET!
In the first half of the episode, we saw the results of the final Head of Household Competition, which determined who would get the final eviction vote. Fiery redhead Rachel Reilly won the first round of the contest and blond bombshell Porsche Briggs won the second round. This left Porsche and Rachel to battle it out in the third round to claim the final eviction vote power.
In the end, Rachel Reilly proved once again that she is way too good at these Big Brother competitions. She beat our Porsche in the final round to claim the final eviction vote. Rachel had a pact with Porsche to go to the final two together, so Rachel decided to evict the third remaining houseguest, Adam Poch.
When the final jury votes came in, the results were no surprise to those who have been watching Big Brother 13 this season. Porsche had big odds against her with most of the veterans in the house against her. So it wasn’t a shock when the votes came in and the Big Brother 13 winner was revealed:
Rachel Reilly is the Big Brother 13 winner!
As the runner-up, Porsche Briggs will take home $50,000 and bragging rights that she made it to the final two. As the third place contestant, Adam Poch pretty much gets crap. To wrap up the night, America voted to select veteran Jeff Schroeder as America’s Choice player of the season, so he will get to add $25,000 to the $500,000 his girlfriend Jordan Lloyd won during their first season on Big Brother.
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The Big Brother 13 winner will finally be crowned tonight and we can’t wait to see who will walk away with a cool half a million dollars in prize money. This season has been full of all kinds of crazy drama, including one of the best catfights ever on Big Brother between newbie houseguest Shelly Moore and veteran returning houseguest Jordan Lloyd. The betrayals and the backstabbing were so bad in the house this season that one of the houseguests, the previously mentioned Shelly Moore, actually had people calling up her family with death threats. Now that’s just out of line, but just goes to show you how rabid Big Brother fans really are!
All the alliances, the drama and the backdoor dealingÂ this seasonÂ finally comes down to just one night of Big Brother 13 insanity. All those game play moves each of the final three made the past few months will be haunting them tonight as they battle it out in the finale. Will they make it to the final two? Or will they end up in the worst place of all, coming in a pathetic third, that awful place that means you ALMOST made it to the final two, where you could have at least wound up with $50,000 for second place. If you do make it to the final two, did you make so many enemies in the house that you still don’t stand a chance of winning?
Those are the questions that final threeÂ houseguests Rachel Reilly, Porsche Briggs and Adam Poch will be asking themselves tonight as Big Brother 13 comes to a close. We have to think that tonight is especially hard on Adam because virtually no one believes he stand much of a chance of winning no matter what happens with the last HoH competition.Â We don’t want to give you spoilers, but the first and second round of the final Head of Household competition have already gone down. If you want to know what happened and who won, you can check out the results here.
Rachel and Porsche have a pact to take each other to the final two and it seems relatively likely both of them will stick to it if one of them ends up with the power to decide the final two. Rachel might get more votes against Adam than against Porsche but if she ended up ditching Porsche, she knows Porsche would vote against her — while Adam might still vote FOR her even if she boots him. Adam really only stands a chance, we think, if he ended up in the final two with Porsche, so we really think Porsche probably isn’t stupid enough to ditch Rachel and have the whole veteran’s alliance against her as a result. Adam’s only real chance is if he was the winner of the last HoH competition and well, he’s just not very good at competitions.
We are agreeing with our favorite BB fan sites, BigBrotherNetwork.com and BigBrotherAccess.com, that the Big Brother 13 winner tonight will most likely be wild child drama queen Rachel Reilly. Let us know what you think!
Evicted Big Brother 13 houseguests Cassi Colvin didn’t last long on this season of the wildly popular reality TV show. However, the gorgeous 26-year-old model will get the chance to grace the small screen once again very soon.
Texas native Cassi Colvin will play a character not far from reality when she appears on The Bold and The Beautiful in October as a runway model named, yes, Cassi. The ‘character’ of Cassi will be involved with a hot new “Hope for the Future” fashion line on the show and will tape her scenes on September 15.
Cassi Colvin will also be seen on TV again when she returns to Big Brother 13 on September 14, for the season finale.
Country beauty Cassi did not reveal to the other Big Brother 13 houseguests that she was a professional model to prevent jealously issues. She told TV Guide magazine that she has modelled since she was 11 and worked all over the world from New York to Hong Kong.
Colvin also revealed that she was chosen by Tyra Banks for the first season of America’s Next Top Model but decided to bow out. “The show wanted girls who [appeared to be] green so they wanted me to drop my agents,” Colvin told TV Guide. “I just couldn’t do it. I wouldn’t burn my bridges. And I have no regrets.”
Despite hiding her model identity, Colvin still ended up the victim of an early eviction. She at least partially blamed her eviction on returning houseguest Rachel Reilly being jealous of her.
Cassi Colvin is not the first houseguest to land a guest appearance on The Bold and The Beautiful. Jeff Schroeder and Jordan Lloyd, who returned to Big Brother this year for their second season, appeared on the soap opera in October, 2009. (A reader notes that Brendon and Rachel also appeared on The Bold and The Beautiful, but frankly we didn’t care so we just didn’t bother to mention it. But fine, yeah, they appeared on it too.)
Big Brother 13 houseguest Shelly Moore‘s family has reportedly met with the FBI after they received a slew of death threats against the reality TV contestant. Thankfully, the FBI believes none of the threats are “credible”.
Shelly Moore has been recieving death threats ever since she betrayed an alliance with veteran cast members Jeff Schroeder and Jordan Lloyd onÂ Big Brother 13, according to TMZ.com. Shelly Moore had been teamed up with Jordan Lloyd and Jeff Schroeder, but suddenly switched sides and voted to evict Schroeder last week.
The dramatic move resulted in a horde of Big Brother 13 fans going crazy about Shelly Moore’s lying and backstabbing. Following vote, Shelly’s family began receiving harassing and threatening phone calls and emails against Moore and the family — including her eight-year-old daughter.
The FBI reportedly met with Moore’s family this week to review the threats made against them, but did not find anything they considered all that concerning. Sources close to the family allegedly told TMZ.com the phone calls and emails have tapered off in the past couple of days and they do not plan to take further action.
Shelly Moore is currently on the block for eviction this week, in large part due to her decision to vote against Jeff Schroeder last week. Odds are currently in favor of her being evicted on tonight’s live episode.