Jordan Sangha has been declared the Big Brother 2023 Winner, after emerging victorious over the other finalists on the show’s finale night. Fans of the iconic reality show were thrilled this year when ITV brought it back to life after it was canceled by Channel 5 in 2018.
After six weeks of drama, arguments, tears, meltdowns, and even a love triangle, the show has finally reached a thrilling conclusion. The finale episode featured 25-year-olds Henry Southan, Jordan, and Yinrun Huang, alongside 23-year-old Scottish dancer Olivia Young and 26-year-old beauty queen Noky Simbani as the finalists. However, Jordan emerged as the winner on the final night.
Describing their shock at the moment they realized they had won – and that they would be taking home £100,000 in prize money – and sat in stunned amazement. While the win was something of a surprise on the night as Yinrun had, by far, received the loudest cheers from the live audience as the finalist were voted out one by one until Jordan won. After winning the show, Jordan appeared on companion show Big Brother: Late and Live where he fielded questions from hosts Aj Odudu and Will Best. Discussing his win, he said he “hasn’t the foggiest” why the public voted for him to win, but said he was “honoured” to be crowned the 2023 winner of Big Brother.
Recognizing that he is now £100,000 richer, he laughed: “The money will be nice, won’t it…. did I think I could win it? No.”
ITV said in a statement: “Celebrity Big Brother will see a new cast of famous faces isolated from the outside world as they embark on the ultimate social experiment, taking up residence in the iconic Big Brother house.
“Leaving luxury behind, the celebrities will take part in weekly nominations and tough tasks with cameras capturing their every move. Who will win the hearts of the nation, go all the way to the finish line and be crowned the winner?”